Developing Jazz Technique for Clarinet by : John O'Neill
Following on from the best-selling Jazz Method for Clarinet (49003197); “Developing Jazz Technique for Clarinet” will help the intermediate player take their jazz skills to a new level. The pieces are written in a variety of styles; including blues; swing; New Orleans; ragtime; jazz waltz; bossa nova; samba; salsa; calypso; reggae and South African. The accompaniment CD includes a rhythm section.
“From the beginning of this course; O'Neill stresses the importance of ear-training; singing and transcription of melodies and jazz solos; and notes that even a good book; which his is; has limitations. This book contains 22 tunes in many different styles; which are demonstrated on the accompanying CD by clarinetist Mark Crooks; whose warm tone is representative of an ideal jazz clarinet tone; and a rhythm section comprised of guitar; bass and drums...Aspects of jazz style; such as phrasing; articulation; subtone; vibrato; growling; bending and scooping; are clearly articulated and demonstrated....Developing Jazz Technique for Clarinet is organized; well thought-out and accessible for aspiring jazz clarinetists young and old.”--The Clarinet magazine
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| Media ||Softcover with CD|
| Format ||Book/CD Pack|
| Length x Width x Height||12 x 9.25 x 0.294 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.84 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL49030536|
| ISBN ||1902455614|
| EAN ||9781902455617|
| 1st Publication Date||06/2005|
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