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How To Learn Tunes Vol 76
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.

Price: $19.95

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #V76

UPC code: 635621000766

Intermediate/Advanced. Until now, the task of memorizing tunes has required a great amount of time and has been left largely to chance by the musician. With no rules, guidelines, or systematic methods of study the task has often left musicians with a great deal of confusion and frustration. This incredible work is a quick and easy method for learning and memorizing melodies and chord changes to any tune in any key! Cookin' CD rhythm section is fun to play with! Special listening/learning/play-a-long tracks take you through the most commonly used harmonic formulae and teach you how to recognize and remember forms both visually and aurally. The extensive book and large 64-page supplement give you all the practice tips and exercises you need and important information about tune composition that will have you not only memorizing, but UNDERSTANDING how changes work. Leave the fakebooks at home!

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