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Discovering Blues Improvisation #1(Bk/CD

Discovering Blues Improvisation #1(Bk/CD

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Lee Evans
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Lee Evans Jazz
Grade Intermediate
Catalog # 00290619
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Discovering Blues Improvisation #1(Bk/CD Composed by Lee Evans. For Piano. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00290619, UPC: 884088008987)

A superbly effective intermediate-level introduction to 12-bar blues improvisa tion and composition. Featuring several original blues compositions by Evans, this publication encourages students to study jazz improvisation through notat ion. After learning pieces in the style of seven great masters like Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington, students can write out their own riffs, as well as compose their own 12-bar blues. Each book includes biographi es of the jazz greats, as well as a CD of performances by the author. Book Two is (00290620) is available separately for $14.95.

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