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Easy Jazz Conception For Bass Lines
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Easy Jazz Conception For Bass Lines

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Snidero, Jim
Publisher Advance Music

Price: $20.95

Catalog #14768

UPC code: 805095147681

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Easy Jazz Conception is an exciting and unique way for your players to learn and practice basic jazz style. This book/CD set features 15 solo etudes base on blues and standard chord progressions. Demonstrated by Mark Feldman on the solo instrument along with a world class rhythm section: Mike LeDonne, piano; Peter Washington, bass; and Kenny Washington, drums. The recording features two separate versions of each etude: one with the soloist and rhythm section and one with the rhythm section only. See and hear how the soloist phrases, play with or without the soloist phrases, play with or without the soloist on the CD and learn basic jazz style first-hand. Compatible editions are available for violin, cello, bass (bass lines), flute, clarinet, alto sax tenor sax, trumpet trombone, guitar, piano and drums making it invaluable for larger ensemble instruction.

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