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Intermediate Jazz Conception

By Jim Snidero

Tenor Saxophone - Medium
Composed by Jim Snidero. Book and CD. Published by Advance Music (AV.14781).

Item Number: AV.14781

Soloist: Ted Nash, Tenor Sax. Intermediate Jazz Conception is another addition to the popular series of etude books created by Jim Snidero, featuring some of the finest jazz musicians in the world. This book/cd set includes 15 etudes based on standards, modal tunes and blues, demonstrated Ted Nash on tenor sax with the incredibly swinging rhythm section of Dave Hazeltine on piano, Peter Washington on Bass and Kenny Washington on Drums. New to Intermediate Jazz Conception is an appendix dedicated to style and improvisation, including a scales syllabus, nomenclature, and over 95 lines and ideas extracted for the study of improvisation! The recording features two separate versions of each etude; one with the soloist and rhythm section and one with the rhythm section only. Hear how the soloist performs the etudes, play with or without the soloist on the cd, and learn about both jazz style and improvisation from some of the best. Other series available by Jim Snidero: Easy Jazz Conception and Jazz Conception.

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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  • May 01, 2013 Great fun to play, great learning tool.

    This book is the second in the series by Jim Snidero and moves quickly into more difficult passages especially in the altissimo register. The songs are very well written and sample many different jazz styles with typical melodic patterns. The accompaniment tracks are very well performed and the songs are...

    very well written. I have found that my abilities in jazz interpretation and performance have greatly increased since I began this series. There are also great instructional comments in the back of the book. I look forward to advancing to the final book in the series but that will take some time.

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