Standard of Excellence Jazz Combo Session-Alto Sax/Baritone Sax/Alto Clarinet
Band alto saxophone/baritone saxophone/alto clarinet - Book A,1
Composed by Dean Sorenson. Band method. Standard of Excellence Jazz Ensemble Method. Jazz. Method book. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (KJ.W41XE).
Item Number: KJ.W41XE
ISBN 849757665. Jazz.
Standard of Excellence Jazz Combo Session is a collection of jazz compositions that can be played in a wide variety of 'combo' settings, with a combination of instruments, including both wind and string players!
Finally, a flexible collection of pieces that cut to the core of the jazz experience - playing in a combo!Designed for students who have completed Book 2 of a comprehensive method for their particular instrument. No Jazz Theory or previous jazz experience necessary Each tune written with a head-solo-head form, just like professional jazz combo music! Includes parts for all woodwind, brass, and string instruments, in addition to guitar, piano, bass, drums, and vibes Unsurpassed flexibility. Kjos Multiple Option Scoring allows tunes to be played a solos, duets, trios, or quartets, as well as by traditional jazz combos, concert bands, string or full orchestras, or any size ensemble! Expanded rhythm section books include an Accompaniment part and a Melody/Harmony part. JAZZ ARTICULATION/NOTATION GLOSSARY in each part. Play-along ACCOMPANIMENT CD in each student book, recorded by professional jazz musicians, includes a mix with rhythm section accompaniment featuring solo trumpet playing the melody & solo sax playing the harmony. A second mix then features rhythm section accompaniment only so the student can play along. Great for intermediate students to sharpen their improvisation and performance skills!
About Standard of Excellence Jazz Ensemble Method
The Standard of Excellence Jazz Ensemble Method is designed to help both you and your jazz ensemble students explore the world of jazz through easy-to-use Rhythm Studies, Improvisation Studies, Instrument Specific Exercises, and full ensemble jazz charts. The approach is non-theoretical and aurally based. Each part book comes with an accompaniment CD, so like every great jazz player throughout history, students learn to play jazz by listening!