Jazz harmony, as taught at the Berklee College of Music, is based on the so-called ""chord scale theory."" This method–-further developed–-is now available as a comprehensive textbook for the first time–-'The Chord Scale Theory & Jazz Harmony' by Barrie Nettles and Richard Graf. Emerged from practice and designed for practical use, it provides theoretical knowledge necessary for improvisation, composing, and arranging.
14 chapters including exercises and assignments. Lessons included:
- Intervals - Chords - Inversions - Modes; …
In this video, classic guitarist Andrew York, member of the renowned Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, showcases his compositional and solo guitar performance skills. Andrew plays eight compositions that include seven original works for guitar reflecting an incredibly rich and eclectic assortment of moods and temperaments. A special feature of this video is Andrew York’s comment and performance notes concerning each guitar solo.
Reissue with the latest remastering. Features original cover artwork. Comes with a descripton in Japanese. I really have to say that this is a record that any modern jazz record collector should run out and buy. Ronnie Cuber plays baritone sax and i really have to say that he plays wonderfully. I have not heard a bari sax player that I like this well since Pepper Adams in his heyday. Tom Harrell is really a joyful trumpet player. The rythm section is right on. I had never heard of De Graaf. He is a Dutch piano player and I will be looking for his records in the future. This is really one of the best contemporary jazz records that I have heard in a very long time.