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Rhythm Section Work-Out Vol 30a
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.

Price: $14.90

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #V30A

UPC code: 635621010307

Designed for ALL rhythm section players and teachers. Listen to it as you would any straight-ahead jazz quartet recording as they play the melody in and out, solo, comp, and trade "4s". Then, using the special stereo separation, remove the instrument of your choice and "sit in!" Tremendous tool for teachers as it allows isolation and careful study of each instrument's role as well as definitive chapters by Jamey and the musicians on the recording - Dan Haerle, piano; Todd Coolman, bass; Jack Peterson, guitar; Ed Soph, drums. Included are piano and guitar voicings, transcribed bass lines and bass line construction and outstanding drum information. There are also transcribed solos by Haerle, Petersen and Coolman. While there is only one book, the recording is available in two formats...30A is for Keyboardists and/or Guitarist. Volume 30B is for Bassists and/or Drummers. You must specify the one you want, 30A or 30B. Songs are intermediate level and were written by Haerle and Petersen. This is our first play-along recording where the drummer can be turned off and filled in by the student who can play along and even trade 4's or 8's with the pros on the recording...Vol 30B only. This set should help set standards for young rhythm sections. Be sure to specify which recording you want... 30A or 30B. Each volume contains one book and one recording.

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