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I Got Rhythm (All 12 Keys) Vol 47
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I Got Rhythm (All 12 Keys) Vol 47

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Desc Bk/Cd
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.
Catalog # V47

Price: $16.90

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I Got Rhythm (All 12 Keys) Vol 47 For Jazz Method. Published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.. (Catalog # V47, UPC: 635621000476)

All levels, FUN and EDUCATIONAL! Explores in detail the fundamentals of playing RHYTHM (I Got Rhythm) changes in all keys. For decades, jazz greats have used these progressions as springboards to new interpretations and improvisations. Charlie Parker practiced I Got Rhythm in all 12 keys and recorded these progressions on 28 separate occasions! All 12 keys include a written melody as well as a solo section. Special section contains uniquely-designed slow recorded tracks to help you fully understand harmonies. The book includes step-by-step instructions and examples of common "rhythm" techniques and practice, including the use of Blues, Diminished, Pentatonic and other scales, as well as playing the "changes." This set has everything you need to get a true performance- quality understanding of I Got Rhythm changes! Great for beginning rhythm players!
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