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Jazz Theory Resources Vol 2
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Jazz Theory Resources Vol 2

Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format Text
Composer Ligon, Bert
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Jazz Book

Price: $29.95

Catalog #00030459

UPC code: 073999320428

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Jazz Theory Resources is a jazz theory text in two volumes. Volume I (00030458, $39.95) includes: review of basic theory, rhythm in jazz performance, basic tonal materials, triadic generalization, diatonic harmonic progressions and harmonic analysis, substitutions and turnarounds, common melodic outlines, and an overview of voicings. Volume II (00030459, $29.95) includes: modes and modal frameworks, quartal harmony, other scales and colors, extended tertian structures and triadic superimposition, pentatonic applications, coloring “outside” the lines and beyond, analysis, and expanding harmonic vocabulary. Appendices on chord/scale relationships, elaborations of static harmony, endings, composing tips and theory applications are also included.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL BLUES LIGON,BERT  
BILLIE'S BOUNCE (BILL'S BOUNCE) LIGON,BERT PARKER,CHARLIE  
BLUE IN GREEN LIGON,BERT  
FREDDIE FREELOADER LIGON,BERT  
SO WHAT LIGON,BERT  
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