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The music of Miles Davis

Author: Lex Giel; Miles Davis
Publisher: Milwaukee, Wis. : Hal Leonard, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Studies & exercises, etudes : English
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Genre/Form: Studies and exercises
Named Person: Miles Davis
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Lex Giel; Miles Davis
ISBN: 0634010409 9780634010408
OCLC Number: 59006766
Notes: "For all musicians"--Cover.
Includes discography (p. 314-316).
Description: 1 score (316 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Part I: Miles the composer. The analysis sheet (Analysis sheet notation) ; Keys and tonalities ; Chords (Basic chords, Upper partials, Alterations, Quartal and quintal chords) ; Chord functions (Full diatonic, Partial diatonic, Chromatic, Split function, Secondary dominants, Diminished 7th chords, Diminished 7th chords that function as 7♭9 chords, Common usage of diminished 7th chords, Augmented chords, Common usage of augmented chords) ; Substitution (Diatonic substitution, Minor 3rd substitution, Tritone substitution) ; Modulation (Internal modulation, unresolved modulation, parallel minor, Relative minor, Interchange, Phrygian major, Cycle) ; Methods of modulation (Prepared and unprepared) ; Song forms (The blues, Post points, Tags) ; Show tunes (The show-tune melody, "My Funny Valentine" original version, Show-tune chords) ; The jazz standard ("My Funny Valentine" the jazz changes --
Part II: The compositions. Little Willie leaps ; Budo ; Boplicity (Be bop lives) ; Dig ; The serpent's tooth ; Tune up ; Four ; Swing spring ; Blues by five ; Miles ahead ; Miles ; Nardis ; So what ; Freddie Freeloader ; Flamenco sketches ; Pfrancing (no blues) ; Seven steps to heaven ; E.S.P. ; Eighty one ; Stuff ; It's about that time ; Miles runs the voodoo down --
Part III: Miles Davis: The player. Scales (Basic scale formulas, Scale analysis, The scales for a minor key, Modes, The blues and pentatonic scales ; Arpeggios (Inversions, Advanced arpeggios, Diatonic extensions, Superimpositions, Devices in arpeggios) ; Melodic devices (Anticipation, Neighbor tone, Passing tone, Appoggiatura, Auxilary tone, Upper partial, Alterations, Tone behavior) --
Part IV: The solos. Sippin' at Bells ; Move ; Dig ; Tune up (from Blue Haze) ; Four ; Solar ; Vierd blues ; My funny valentine (from Cookin') ; Tune up (from Cookin') ; Sid's ahead ; Miles ; So what (from Kind of Blue) ; Blue in green ; All blues ; So what (from At Carnegie Hall) ; My funny valentine (from the Complete Concert 1964) ; Stella by starlight ; Iris ; Circle ; Petits Machins ; Spanish key.
Other Titles: Study and analysis of compositions and solo transcriptions from the great jazz composer and improviser
Responsibility: by Lex Giel.

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