Discover the Jealously Guarded Secret Method of Writing New Music!
Expand and develop your six string theory with Danny Gill. Harmony and Theory compose the basic language of music. It is what allows musicians from all over the world who may speak different languages to communicate on their instruments. Starting with the basics this DVD will guide you through the notes on the neck the major scale major and minor triads intervals note values and harmonizing the major scale. Each example is clearly demonstrated and performed with a backing track which is also included for you to play along with. Danny Gill is a former pupil of Joe Satriani. He is co-author of the Musicians Institute Rock Guitar series. His songs have appeared on TV shows including 'The Osbournes' and film sound tracks such as 'Insomnia' and 'Under Siege.'
Featuring more than three hours of video instruction, this extended master class picks up where Mastering Harmony left off and delves deeper into the immense realm of music theory and harmonic principles as practiced in Western music. Instructor Jimmy Brown thoroughly discusses a broad range of harmony-related topics for intermediate to advanced players. He reveals the inner workings of the symmetrical diminished and augmented scales, explores hexatonic scale harmony, explains the chord-scale relationships that exist within the harmonic and melodic minor scales, and demonstrates their most interesting applications, particularly for soloing over exotic chords. As a bonus, Mastering Fretboard Harmony Part 2 comes with a 54-page digital tab booklet that features 294 examples.
"…Obwohl es kaum eine dramatische Steigerung, kaum einen lauten, rhythmisch exaltierten Ausbruch gibt und die Musik meist mit gebremster Leidenschaft am Ohr entlangfließt, schmeichelt sie doch auch der Aufmerksamkeit: lyrischversonnene, schön klingende Duette, in Wahrheit jedoch meist begleitete Solostücke für das Saxophon. Im Spiel erkennt man zwei gute Musiker: den Gitarristen und Synthesizer-Spieler Harmssen und den Saxophonisten Jochen Voss, der einen klaren, festen Ton bläst. ~Die Zeit"