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Jazz Curriculum The Diminished Workbook
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Jazz Curriculum The Diminished Workbook

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 21294BCD

Price: $19.95

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Jazz Curriculum The Diminished Workbook For Guitar. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 21294BCD, UPC: 9780786679201)

The Diminished Workbook is a comprehensive study and explanation of diminished chords and scales. It is geared toward guitarists but can be used with any co ncert key instrument. The book employs exercises, etudes and examples to illus trate the many different ways diminished chords can be used and is accompanied by a CD featuring a rhythm section of world-class New York musicians. Author Bruce Saunders is a Professor in the guitar department at world-renowned Berkl ee College of Music in Boston, is a respected member of the New York city jazz community and has many recording credits to his name, including his release o n Mel Bay Records entitled 8 x 5. This is his fourth book for Mel Bay Publicat ions. Standard notation and tablature.
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