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Volume 100 - St. Louis Blues - Dixieland Classics

By Jamey Aebersold

Singers, vocalists, drums, bass, guitar, flute, clarinet, violin, viola, piano, keyboard, organ, saxophone, trombone, trumpet harmonica - intermediate, advanced
Composed by Jamey Aebersold. Play-Along series with accompaniment CD. Jamey Aebersold Standards Play-A-Long. Celebrate the music of great innovaters who started in all with these Dixieland favorites. Level: Intermediate/Advanced. Play Along. Book and accompaniment CD. 112 pages.

Item Number: JA.V100DS

ISBN 978-1-56224-136-0. Play Along. 9x12 inches.

Intermediate/Advanced. After much debate, it seemed only fitting that Volume 100 should celebrate the music of the great innovators who started it all. Recorded in an authentic style, this Play-A-Long promises to be entertaining as well as educational. RHYTHM SECTION IS: Steve Allee, Piano; John Goldsby, Bass; Rob Rawsthorne, Drums.

  • When The Saints Go Marching In 
  • Royal Garden Blues 
  • Darktown Strutter's Ball 
  • Alexander's Ragtime Band 
  • The Sheik Of Araby 
  • Way Down Yonder In New Orleans 
  • That's A Plenty 
  • St. Louis Blues 
  • St. James Infirmary 
  • Margie 
  • Chicago 
  • Lime House Blues 
  • Tiger Rag 
  • After You've Gone 
  • Indiana 
  • Bill Bailey 

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  • 4

    Atlanta, GA
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  • December 14, 2013 Backing tracks are excellent!

    The backing tracks on this compilation are authentic and lively...but the physical arrangements are nothing more than basic melody cues followed by empty measures with improvisation indicators. If you don't already know how to improvise, this collection has well-written guidance notes for every piece...and there are...

    the example tracks. But those notes presume knowledge of music theory, and may not be enough for a rank beginner to use. Worth it for the backing tracks alone, if you already play jazz violin!

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  • 5

    Portsmouth, NH
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  • August 24, 2012 ST. Louis Blues

    As an intermediate jazz student these are quick, but doable. They will really crank up your Dixieland chops. Practice with a metronome until you are close to their speed, then you can have a blast playing along with the CD.

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  • 5

    Plymouth UK
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  • May 07, 2012 Wysiwyg

    A good selection of Traditional favourite, easy to read and well orgised.Encouraging for begginers. A favourite in my library.

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  • 5

    Gulfport, FL
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  • March 25, 2012 Vol 100 - St Louis Blues.

    The sound and the choice of songs was great. Problems: Music was extra fast and difficult to keep up with in play-along. Could not slow down on a Bose player! Also the group would prefer thst sll instruments should not have the melody!

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  • 5

    new zealand
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  • August 14, 2011 st louis blues

    Far too many repeats in it and in case you are not able to improvise, the book is of little use. For me it doesn't have any use whatsoever. I didn't know it was written by Jamie Abersold, otherwise I wouldn't even have contemplated buying it.

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