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Jazz Connection Bk 3
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Baumgartner, Eric
Publisher Willis Music Co

Price: $5.99

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #00406787

UPC code: 073999346282

The Jazz Connection series explore the world of jazz and its influences on many musical styles including rock 'n' roll, blues, calypso and Latin American music. Book 3 consists of seven performance pieces written for the early intermediate level student.

Purpose: Book 3 corresponds with Jazzabilities Book 3. Jazzabilities is a series that helps build a jazz vocabulary through short exercises and performance pieces. Jazz Connections reinforces this vocabulary through these entertaining pieces.

Suggestions for Instruction: Students who haven't studied jazz will still recognize many of the rhythms and hand positions used in this book. However, triplets and swing-8ths are used extensively throughout. Patience must be applied to make sure these rhythms are learned accurately.

Other Information:

MIDI/CD orchestrations are available for the entire series.

Key: Various

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