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Beginning jazz keyboard

Author: Noah Baerman; National Keyboard Workshop.
Publisher: Van Nuys, CA : Alfred Pub. Co. ; [Lakeside, Conn.] : National Guitar Workshop, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Beginning jazz keyboard [is for] anyone with basic keyboard skills...Spanning from the major scale and basic triad theory all the way through 7th chords, pentatonic scales and modulating chord progressions, this book features a full etude or tune demonstrating every new concept introduced...Intermediate jazz keyboard...is for keyboardists who have learned the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation. Topics include  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Methods (Music)
Methods (Jazz)
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Noah Baerman; National Keyboard Workshop.
ISBN: 0882849093 9780882849096 0882849107 9780882849102
OCLC Number: 45770945
Notes: "National Keyboard Workshop book."
"[First volume of] The complete jazz keyboard method: beginning, intermediate, mastering."
Description: 1 score (95 pages) : portraits ; 30 cm
Contents: Beginning. Rhythm and time signature --
Intervals --
Interval inversion --
Key signatures --
The circle of 5ths --
Major scales --
Natural minor scales --
Harmonic minor scales --
Triads --
Inversions --
Voicing --
Diatonic harmony --
Chord function and chord progressions --
Lead sheets --
Minor harmony --
Blues progressions --
Style --
Swing feel --
Soloing with the major scale --
The major pentatonic scale --
Syncopation --
The minor pentatonic scale --
Embellishing a melody --
The blues scale --
Two and four --
6th chords --
Inversions of 7th and 6th chords --
Diatonic harmony with 7th chords --
Minor harmony with 7th chords --
Voice leading --
Lead sheets with 7th chords --
Shell voicings --
Bebop-style left-hand voicings --
Rootless left-hand voicings --
Rootless shell voicings --
Comping --
Harmonic analysis --
Harmonic analysis in minor keys --
Natural minor vs. harmonic minor: the choice --
Progressions with modulations --
Memorizing changes --
Transposing changes --
Melodic scale patterns --
Arpeggios --
Mixing it up --
Ear training --
Types of keyboards --
Tunes --
Recordings. Intermediate. Intervals --
Triads --
7th chords --
Diatonic harmony --
Voicings --
Four-note voicings --
Shell voicings --
Bebop-style left-hand voicings --
Three-note rootless --
Rootless shell voicings --
Harmonic analysis --
Scales --
Arpeggios --
Lead sheets --
The Dorian mode --
The Lydian mode --
The Mixolydian mode --
The Phrygian mode --
The Locrian mode --
The Ionian and Aeolion modes --
Using modes with diantonic progressions --
Dominant extensions --
Major extensions --
Minor and diminished extensions --
Left-hand voicings with extensions --
Using other 7th chords for voicings with extensions --
The role of rhythm in making the changes --
Making the changes with modes --
Using chromatic tones --
The Bebop scale --
Addressing changes as they change: guidetones --
Linking arpeggios --
Tritone substitute --
Mixing and matching major and minor harmony --
Using dominant chords in cycles --
Rhythm changes --
Basic blues progression --
Bebop-style progression --
Bird blues --
Minor blues --
Non-traditional blues changes --
Blues devices and feel --
When to use blues devices and feel --
The ♭9 chord --
The ♯9 chord --
The ♭5 chord --
The ♯5 chord --
Double tension chords --
Chords with both altered and unaltered extension --
Working within the rhythm section --
Supporting the soloist --
First chorus --
First chorus, comping --
Third chorus --
Third chorus, comping --
Sixth chorus --
Sixth chorus, comping --
Coming Latin grooves --
Playing out and the jazz hang --
Tunes --
Recordings. Mastering. Modes of the major scales --
Extended and altered chords --
Substitution --
Making the changes --
Loafin' blues --
4th voicings --
So what voicings --
Parallel voicings --
Modal soloing --
Lyricism and pacing --
Chords --
Sidestepping and resolving --
Cycles --
Rhythm changes --
Coltrane changes --
Putting these substitutions to work --
The jazz melodic minor scale --
Modes of the melodic minor --
Symmetrical scales: diminished & whole tone --
Modes of the harmonic minor --
The Lydian diminished scale and its modes --
Triads revisited --
Upper structures --
Chart: triad possibilities for 7th chord voicings & the extended colors they imply --
You neeque: chord study with upper structures --
Bi-tonal triads --
Pentatonic scales revisited --
Using multiple pentatonics in modal playing --
Pentatonics in modal playing: talkin' in outside --
Walking bass --
Stride --
Leaving more space --
Ballads --
Playing the melody --
Octaves --
Block chords: locked hands style --
Rhythmic devices --
Clusters --
Non-diatonic progressions --
Playing over non-diatonic changes --
Voicings --
Special situations --
Recordings.
Other Titles: Jazz keyboard
Responsibility: Noah Baerman.

Abstract:

"Beginning jazz keyboard [is for] anyone with basic keyboard skills...Spanning from the major scale and basic triad theory all the way through 7th chords, pentatonic scales and modulating chord progressions, this book features a full etude or tune demonstrating every new concept introduced...Intermediate jazz keyboard...is for keyboardists who have learned the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation. Topics include a brief review of concepts and skills from beginning Jazz Keyboard, and continue with the modes of the major scale, chord extensions, making the changes, using chromatic tones and guide tones, chord substitution, 'rhythm changes,' the blues, altered dominant chords and more...new concepts are accompanied by etudes and songs for practice. Packed with hundreds of harmony and improvisation ideas...The conclusion to this power-packed jazz method [Mastering Jazz Keyboard,] starts with a review of concepts from Intermediate Jazz Keyboard and quickly moves on to more advanced concepts of chord voicings, modal soloing, substitution, reharmonization, modes of the minor scales, diminished and whole tone scales, walking bass, stride piano technique, non-diatonic progressions and much more..."--back cover.

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