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Connecting Jazz Theory

Connecting Jazz Theory

Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format book
Composer Gary Campbell
Publisher Houston Publishing Inc
Catalog # 00030453
Permanently Out of Print

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Connecting Jazz Theory Composed by Gary Campbell. For book. Published by Houston Publishing Inc. (Catalog # 00030453, UPC: 073999304534)

This text suggests a more connected process for expanding the jazz vocabulary. Improvisational devices are presented as derived from diatonic scales, the ha rmonic and melodic basis of mainstream jazz. Michael Brecker highly recommends this book, calling it useful and insightful...for all musicians who wish to e xpand their harmonic range and improvisational abilities. Also endorsed by Jam es Moody and David Liebman.
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