Published January 1, 2006
by Berklee Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||104|
Playing the Changes draws from Hinton and Berger's earlier Bass Line, but differs significantly from that classic. Milt's narrative takes up where the earlier story left off, and more than new photographs augment of his best-known images/5(6). Berkee Press has a Book/CD called: Playing The Changes: Bass. Anyone know if it's any good? _____ "In Playing the Changes: Bass, Paul Del Nero presents a unique improvisation strategy based on ear training and a linear interpretation of note relationships. In this technique, improvised lines are derived from the harmonic construction of chord. Grounded in authority and brimming with style, Playing Changes is the first book to take the measure of this exhilarating moment: it is a compelling argument for the resiliency of the art form and a rejoinder to any claims about its calcification or demise/5(23). Just like the man (of copious patience), this book, Playing the Changes, is laid out in a step by step, easy to understand progression. Now that I have this book (and CD!) I can catch up on all that Ear Training homework I was SUPPOSED to do! lolz Recommended!/5(16).
A book I'm currently reading, "Playing Changes" by Nate Chinen, is a fascinating argument that we are currently in an age of amazing new jazz artists and an equal amount of amazing innovation and new ways for jazz composers and soloists to further this resilient art of musical improvisation/5. Playing on the Changes features 13 jazz etudes through the various chord qualities found in standards and jazz tunes in all 12 keys. Areas covered include major 7th chords, minor 7th chords, dominant 7th chords (Mixolydian, altered dominant, and half-whole diminished), minor ii (flat-5) chords, tritone substitutions, and a variety of progressions using all of the ry: Instrumental Series. Ron Carter: Building Jazz Bass Lines: A compendium of techniques for great jazz bass lines including play-along CD featuring Ron Carter (Bass Builders) Ron Carter out of 5 stars Reading from the 'Latin Bass Book' by Oscar Stagnaro. This is a great book for practicing your reading & also your latin style of playing, I normally read th Skip navigation.
The first task is to focus on a tiny part of the bass and find as many ways to change between the arpeggios as possible. Using Backing Track One, begin by isolating the top two strings of the bass and play four notes from each arpeggio in each bar (1/4 notes). Jazz Bass Soloing Example 1a. Sets a foundation for the pianist to begin playing bass lines. I have been playing for a long time, but have been unable to get it together with my left hand for a walking bass. This book gives the fundamentals and just enough interesting variations to give you a standard repertoire, and a springboard to exploring more/5(20). Reviews "Nate Chinen has written a terrific book about the shape of contemporary jazz, and right now is a terrific time to read it." — Chris Richards, The Washington Post "This is a world that desperately called for chronicling right now, and Playing Changes more than meets the occasion, making it one of the essential music books of the young century, so far.". 50+ videos Play all Mix - Playing Outside the Harmony (for Bass Players) YouTube How To Play "Out" When Soloing On Bass (L#) Lesson With Scott Devine - Duration: Scott's Bass .