Jazz Scale Changes

I have found a fabulous resource called Cutting The Changes: Jazz Improvisation via Key Centers by Antonio J. Garcia. It is perfect for the beginner to intermediate player on improvising. The Concepts are simple with detailed explanations. This book is an invaluable tool for singers and all beginning improvisors.

Here's what you'll get in this educational resource:

* A jazz study on major scale development.
* A book with sheet music for improvisors struggling with
standard tunes. (The Shadow of Your Smile, It Ain't
Necessarily So, I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face)
* A Play-Along CD with superb rhythm section
* a CD-ROM packed with theory instruction, listening
examples, a discography for musicians who want to learn
more, and printable accompaniment scores and parts for
optional live rhythm section.

So, now that I've given you a breakdown, please take a look:

Oh, so now you see five choices, oh my! Well ,here's the deal on why I recommend the C Edition. The C edition means that it is for non-transposing C instruments like the piano, guitar, bass, etc..

This fabulous book cuts the chord symbols out of soloing! You improvise over standard tunes using Major Scales! No Dorian, Mixolydian Scales are required. This method is ideal for classroom, private or self instruction, as well as music education. Get your copy today!


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