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Play Duets W/Jimmy Raney Vol 29
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Play Duets W/Jimmy Raney Vol 29

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.
Catalog # V29

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Play Duets W/Jimmy Raney Vol 29 For Jazz Method. Published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.. (Catalog # V29)

Intermediate/advanced level. For ALL musicians. Great set for guitarists and rhythm section players...piano, bass, drums. All duets are written in "C" concert with chord progressions transposed for Bb and Eb instruments. Special stereo separation allows you to switch off one channel and fill in the missing part. Melodies are written in duet form, followed by Jimmy comping on one channel and soloing on the other. Drummers and Bassists - this is for you! There are no other instruments on the record. Jimmy's time is excellent! Try playing with the recording in stereo, then separate the channels. Horn players will want to solo while Jimmy accompanies. Ten original tunes based on standard chorn progressions in a variety of feels and time signatures. This album stands by itself as a straight-ahead jazz recording when played in stereo. Jimmy's improvised solos are available as a supplemental book.

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