The Blues Scales - Essential Tools for Jazz Improvisation (Bb Version) - Dan Greenblatt
"THE BLUES SCALES: Essential Tools For Jazz Improvisation", by New York saxophonist Dan Greenblatt. It is the only comprehensive book ever published on this crucial--and often neglected--part of the jazz language.
Designed primarily for beginning improvisers, but equally useful for more experienced players, THE BLUES SCALES gives a step-by-step method which shows students how to use the Major and Minor Blues Scales to create meaningful solos--without having to first master all the scales and chords of a tune.
Band directors and private teachers will find it invaluable in helping their budding soloists sound good quickly.
The accompanying CD by author Dan Greenblatt and his state-of-the-art New York rhythm section shows how each exercise should sound and, in addition, gives the student an hour's worth of swinging play-along tracks to practice with.
Also featured are numerous transcriptions of Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderley, Dizzy Gillespie, Michael Brecker, Dave Sanborn, Lester Young, Oscar Peterson, and many others, showing how the masters of jazz use the Blues Scales in their own playing. There is also an extensive dictionary of classic Major and Minor Blues Scale phrases, a chapter on transposing phrases learned into other keys, and a chapter on ways to expand the Blues Scales to make them even more useful.
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