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Essential Elements for Jazz Ensemble - A Comprehensive Method for Jazz Style and Improvisation (Alto Sax)

by Mike Steinel
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$19.50
EEJ12

Description:

Specifically designed to teach jazz basics to students with 1 or 2 years playing experience, but with no prior experience playing jazz. Great for individual or classroom use. Teaches the basics of swing style in a step-by-step approach using well-known songs. Improvisation is made easy starting with simple 2-measure phrases. Scales and basic theory are introduced in a simple and easy to understand approach. 2 CDs are included with recordings of all exercises and arrangements. Other features: 7 full band arrangements, sample solos, jazz history and people.

Song List:

  • A-Tisket A-Tasket Traditional
  • Ballin' The Jack Jim Burris Chris Smith
  • Boppin' Around Mike Steinel
  • Ja-Da Ja Da Bob Carleton
  • Jingle Bells J. Pierpont Alan Jackson Kenny Chesney
  • London Bridge Traditional
  • Riffin' Around Mike Steinel
  • Salsa Caliente Mike Steinel
  • St. Louis Blues W.c. Handy
  • When The Saints Go Marching In Katherine E. Purvis James M. Black

Additional Information:

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Catalogue Number: 00841347
Northwest Product Number: 103-0519-15-101

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