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Complete Jazz Keyboard Method: Intermediate Jazz Keyboard

Intermediate Jazz Keyboard

By Noah Baerman

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Complete Jazz Keyboard Method: Intermediate Jazz Keyboard (Intermediate Jazz Keyboard). For keyboard. Keyboard/Piano; Method/Instruction. National Keyboard Workshop Book - Approved Curriculum. Instructional, Method, Jazz and Play Along. Intermediate. Instructional book and examples/accompaniment CD. Leadsheet notation, instructional text and standard notation. 96 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.17858).

ISBN 0882849123. With leadsheet notation, instructional text and standard notation. Instructional, Method, Jazz and Play Along. 9x12 inches.

This book is great for keyboardists who have learned the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation. Topics include a brief review of concepts and skills from Beginning Jazz Keyboard, and continue with the modes of the major scale, chord extensions, making the changes, using chromatic tones and guide tones, chord substitution, "rhythm changes," the blues, altered dominant chords and more. Continuing the format of Beginning Jazz Keyboard, new concepts are reinforced by etudes and songs for practice. Packed with hundreds of harmony and improvisation ideas, this book is essential for any serious student of jazz keyboard. The CD includes examples and opportunities to play along.

  • About the Author 
  • Introduction 
  • Chapter 1 - Review 
  • Intervals 
  • Triads 
  • 7th Chords 
  • Diatonic Harmony 
  • Voicings 
  • Four-Note Voicings 
  • Shell Voicings 
  • Bebop-Style Left-Hand Voicings 
  • Three-Note Rootless 
  • Rootless Shell Voicings 
  • Harmonic Analysis 
  • Scales 
  • Arpeggios 
  • Lead Sheets 
  • Trekkin' (Lead Sheet) 
  • Trekkin' (Two-Handed Chords with Melody on Top) 
  • Trekkin' (Melody in Right Hand, Chords in Left) 
  • Chapter 2 - Modes of the Major Scale 
  • The Dorian Mode 
  • Iceberg 
  • The Lydian Mode 
  • Courtesy Call 
  • The Mixolydian Mode 
  • Blues in Bloom 
  • The Phrygian Mode 
  • The Locrian Mode 
  • The Ionian and Aeolian Modes 
  • Using Modes with Diantonic Progressions 
  • Struttin' With Fats 
  • Still Waitng 
  • Chapter 3 - Chord Extensions 
  • Dominant Extensions 
  • Flex, Extend 
  • Major Extensions 
  • Groove for Groove 
  • Minor and Diminished Extensions 
  • Bello Scrofani 
  • Left-Hand Voicings With Extensions 
  • The Squirrel and The Dog 
  • Using Other 7th Chords for Voicings With Extensions 
  • Remember Your Principles 
  • Chapter 4 - Making the Changes 
  • The Role of Rhythm in Making the Changes 
  • Making the Changes With Modes 
  • All Them Thangs 
  • Using Chromatic Tones 
  • The Bebop Scale 
  • Da Light at Tadd's House 
  • Addressing Changes as They Change 
  • Review: Linking Arpeggios 
  • At Least Fifety Feet 
  • 1, 2, 3 
  • Chapter 5 - Substitutions 
  • Tritone Substitute 
  • Tritone Madness 
  • Mixing and Matching Major and Minor Harmony 
  • Mambo por Eddie Y Chucho 
  • Using Dominant Chords in Cycles 
  • Boppin' With J-Mac 
  • Rhythm Changes 
  • Rhythm Changes 
  • Golden Silver 
  • Pac Man 
  • Sample Rhythm Changes Solo 
  • Chapter 6 - The Blues 
  • Basic Blues Progression 
  • Bu's Blues 
  • Bebop-Style Progression 
  • "Bird" Blues 
  • Blues for Bird 
  • Minor Blues 
  • Mr. Dee Gee 
  • Non-Traditional Blues Changes 
  • Newk's Kinda Blues 
  • Blues Devices and Feel 
  • When to Use Blues Devices and Feel 
  • The Phinest Blues 
  • Commercial Ave. And Suydam St. 
  • Chapter 7 - Alternating Dominant 7th Chords 
  • The b9 Chord 
  • The #9 Chord 
  • The b5 Chord 
  • The #5 Chord 
  • 24 Hours, But Not In A Row 
  • Double Tension Chords 
  • Rowles With The Changes 
  • Chords With Both Altered and Unaltered Extension 
  • Long Point 
  • Sprint the 400 
  • Chapter 8 - Comping 
  • Working Within the Rhythm Section 
  • Supporting the Soloist 
  • First Chorus 
  • First Chorus, Comping 
  • Third Chorus 
  • Third Chorus, Comping 
  • Sixth Chorus 
  • Sixth Chorus, Comping 
  • Comping Latin Grooves 
  • Chapter 9 - Afterwords 
  • Playing Out and the Jazz Hang 
  • Tunes 
  • Recordings 

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