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Free Play Vol 104
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Free Play Vol 104

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Composer Werner, Kenny
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.

Price: $15.90

Catalog #V104

UPC code: 635621001046

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Think play-a-longs and free jazz don't mix? Think again! Kenny Werner, recording artist and author of the best-selling book "Effortless Mastery," has put together with his trio a fantastic play-a-long that breaks down all the traditional boundaries of rhythm,melody, and harmony and presents a blank canvas of sounds, pulses, and colors to excite the imagination. Includes a perceptive text that details ways to use this play-a-long to open new avenues of musical discovery.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A PRAYER IN C MINOR  
CASCADING NOTES  
DRONE IN E  
FAST TIME WITH NO CHANGES  
FREE RHYTHMIC GROOVE  
HARMONIC PIECE  
JUST SOUND PIECE  
RANDOM SEQUENCE PIECE  
SHORT NOTE PIECE  
TIME, NO CHANGES  
UNACCOMPANIED BASS PIECE  
UNACCOMPANIED DRUMS  
UNACCOMPANIED PIANO PIECE  
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