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Barry Galbraith # 5 - Guitar Improvisation

By Barry Galbraith

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Guitar - intermediate, advanced
Composed by Barry Galbraith. 10 finger/transcribed solos based on standards.. Play Along. Book with CD. Standard notation and TAB. 32 pages. Published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz (JA.BG5DS).

Item Number: JA.BG5DS
ISBN 978-1-56224-042-4. With standard notation and TAB. Play Along.

NOW INCLUDES TAB as well as "standard" notation! Contains 10 finger/transcribed solos based on "standard" chord changes by the great Barry Galbraith. Recording contains Mark Slifstein playing the transcribed solos with Milt Hinton on bass and Barry comping behind you. Turn off the Slifstein channel and solo with Barry and Milt comping behind you. Turn off the other channel and comp with Milt behind Mark, or listen to both channels and enjoy the trio.

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Bradenton, Florida
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • December 01, 2007 The Essential Barry

    This collection of solos based on standard progressions of jazz standards should be a part of every jazz guitarist's library. It comprises a good collection of phrases which can be tweaked and used in any playing situation. The intermediate student should notice how musical ideas are joined with runs...

    to create phrases; not just what group of notes to play over a given chord. The student would do well to notice how Barry uses the sus 4 to color a given phrase. And notice how he uses the IIIm partial of the Maj 7 chord. Interesting, too, is 5 bar passage in Dream (p.11), starting on bar 5. He takes a standard rotation device, which would normally consist of 4 eighth-note triplets in one barand expands it to a long, 5 bar phrase by the use of rests and tied notes. By all means, add this one to your collection.

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