The non-jazz improvisation series is a concept that germinated in Dick Weissman's mind while he was attending music school. He wrote a 15-piece arrangement of the old square dance tune, Cripple Creek, and wanted the trombone to take a solo as part of the arrangement. When the trombonist kept playing a bebop solo that was totally unsuitable for the chart, Dick realized that - in addition to the many musicians who do not improvise - there are even jazz musicians who don't know how to improvise outside the limits of their own stylistic backgrounds.The non-jazz improvisation series mostly includes new original tunes that are intended to show how to improvise in many musical styles, including;BluesCountryAmerican folkLatin-AmericanWorld music including South American, Eastern European and AsianOdd meters (playing in a variety of time signatures)New AgeClassicalFolk-RockIn short, the books are an encyclopedia of virtually every musical style, excluding jazz.... on Cl pre-existing melody to Cl free fdntdsy that uses the melody and chord progression 08 springbodrds for the playera#39;s crecitivity. ... If youa#39;re used to improvising but dona#39;t know how youa#39;re doing it, or wish you could do it better, this book will help you on your own wciy. ... Cdjun, lrish (Celtic), Americcin Folk, Rcigtime, Gospel, Blues and Cl specicil section on Lcitin-Americcin dnd Cciribbecin rhythms.
|Title||:||A Guide to Non-Jazz Improvisation|
|Author||:||Dan Fox, Dick Weissman|
|Publisher||:||Mel Bay Publications - 2011-01-04|