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Europäische Klavierschule 3
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Following the very successful piano method published in two volumes between 1958 and 1962, the three-volume 'European Piano Method' represents a new textbook which takes into account the development of modern piano pedagogy. 7 Winning Features of the Emonts Method: 1 Songs from many European countries 2 Pupils begin to play without music notation 3 Improvisation and playing on the black keys 4 Development of listening skills and aural awareness 5 Simple and logical learning structure 6 Lots of duets 7 Attractive full-colour illustrations Volume 3 The third volume of 'The European Piano Method' is not strictly speaking a piano method, but rather a collection of meterial and suggestions for the advanced tution of now slightly older players. The author has therefore concentrated on selecting pieces from the vast wealth of the piano repertoire and grouping them according to specific structural criteria. With this approach, technical aspects (playing chord, thirds, sixths and other intervals) go hand in hand with musical themes (expressive touch, extending rhythmic awareness, cantabile playing with pedal). These developmental processes should suffuse each other: in the technical procedures, on the one hand, control over quality of tone, clarity and articulation should not falter; the pieces from the piano repertoire, on the other hand, should gain creative power through ever-increasing technical skills. The appendix of Volume 3 contains further 'yellow pages' with ideas for improvisation. the subjects are: Ostinato Bass Patterns, Song Accompaniement, Completing Melodies, Improvising over Chord Progressions, Seventh Chords, Introduction to Jazz Harmony. Instrumentation: piano

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.06.2020
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Interaction, Improvisation, and Interplay in Jazz
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'Interaction, Improvisation, and Interplay in Jazz Performance' offers a new and exciting way to listen to and understand jazz. When describing a performance, most jazz writers focus on the improvised lines of the soloist and their underlying harmonic progressions. These often overlook the basic fact that when one listens to jazz, one almost never hears a single line, but rather a texture, a musical fabric woven by several musicians in real time. While it is often pragmatic to single out an individual solo line, it is important to remember that an improvised solo is but one thread in that fabric; and it is a thread supported by, responded to, and responsive of the parts being played by the other musicians in the group. Interaction, Improvisation, and Interplay in Jazz Performance explores the process of player interaction in jazz, and the role this interaction plays in creating improvised music. The book opens with a discussion of the nature of jazz improvisation and performance. How exactly do jazz musicians 'improvise' to create a musical composition? The author then addresses the roles of the accompanying instruments (piano-bass-drums), both individually and as partners in creating the musical fabric. Next comes an in depth look at jazz harmony and form, and how they are generated in performance. Again, without a written score, how do the musicians generate jazz harmonic and thematic structures 'on the fly'? The author proposes some provocative new ideas about these important processes that are central to the jazz ethos. Finally the author explores how the boundaries between soloist/melody and harmony/rhythm were broken down in the free jazz history, composition, andperformance, as well as to the general jazz audience.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Europäische Klavierschule 3
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Following the very successful piano method published in two volumes between 1958 and 1962, the three-volume 'European Piano Method' represents a new textbook which takes into account the development of modern piano pedagogy. 7 Winning Features of the Emonts Method: 1 Songs from many European countries 2 Pupils begin to play without music notation 3 Improvisation and playing on the black keys 4 Development of listening skills and aural awareness 5 Simple and logical learning structure 6 Lots of duets 7 Attractive full-colour illustrations Volume 3 The third volume of 'The European Piano Method' is not strictly speaking a piano method, but rather a collection of meterial and suggestions for the advanced tution of now slightly older players. The author has therefore concentrated on selecting pieces from the vast wealth of the piano repertoire and grouping them according to specific structural criteria. With this approach, technical aspects (playing chord, thirds, sixths and other intervals) go hand in hand with musical themes (expressive touch, extending rhythmic awareness, cantabile playing with pedal). These developmental processes should suffuse each other: in the technical procedures, on the one hand, control over quality of tone, clarity and articulation should not falter; the pieces from the piano repertoire, on the other hand, should gain creative power through ever-increasing technical skills. The appendix of Volume 3 contains further 'yellow pages' with ideas for improvisation. the subjects are: Ostinato Bass Patterns, Song Accompaniement, Completing Melodies, Improvising over Chord Progressions, Seventh Chords, Introduction to Jazz Harmony. Instrumentation: piano

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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Europäische Klavierschule
18,00 € *
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Following the very successful piano method published in two volumes between 1958 and 1962, the three-volume 'European Piano Method' represents a new textbook which takes into account the development of modern piano pedagogy. 7 Winning Features of the Emonts Method: 1 Songs from many European countries 2 Pupils begin to play without music notation 3 Improvisation and playing on the black keys 4 Development of listening skills and aural awareness 5 Simple and logical learning structure 6 Lots of duets 7 Attractive full-colour illustrations Volume 3 The third volume of 'The European Piano Method' is not strictly speaking a piano method, but rather a collection of meterial and suggestions for the advanced tution of now slightly older players. The author has therefore concentrated on selecting pieces from the vast wealth of the piano repertoire and grouping them according to specific structural criteria. With this approach, technical aspects (playing chord, thirds, sixths and other intervals) go hand in hand with musical themes (expressive touch, extending rhythmic awareness, cantabile playing with pedal). These developmental processes should suffuse each other: in the technical procedures, on the one hand, control over quality of tone, clarity and articulation should not falter; the pieces from the piano repertoire, on the other hand, should gain creative power through everincreasing technical skills. The appendix of Volume 3 contains further 'yellow pages' with ideas for improvisation. the subjects are: Ostinato Bass Patterns, Song Accompaniement, Completing Melodies, Improvising over Chord Progressions, Seventh Chords, Introduction to Jazz Harmony. Instrumentation: piano

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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Interaction, Improvisation, and Interplay in Jazz
62,99 € *
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'Interaction, Improvisation, and Interplay in Jazz Performance' offers a new and exciting way to listen to and understand jazz. When describing a performance, most jazz writers focus on the improvised lines of the soloist and their underlying harmonic progressions. These often overlook the basic fact that when one listens to jazz, one almost never hears a single line, but rather a texture, a musical fabric woven by several musicians in real time. While it is often pragmatic to single out an individual solo line, it is important to remember that an improvised solo is but one thread in that fabric; and it is a thread supported by, responded to, and responsive of the parts being played by the other musicians in the group. Interaction, Improvisation, and Interplay in Jazz Performance explores the process of player interaction in jazz, and the role this interaction plays in creating improvised music. The book opens with a discussion of the nature of jazz improvisation and performance. How exactly do jazz musicians 'improvise' to create a musical composition? The author then addresses the roles of the accompanying instruments (piano-bass-drums), both individually and as partners in creating the musical fabric. Next comes an in depth look at jazz harmony and form, and how they are generated in performance. Again, without a written score, how do the musicians generate jazz harmonic and thematic structures 'on the fly'? The author proposes some provocative new ideas about these important processes that are central to the jazz ethos. Finally the author explores how the boundaries between soloist/melody and harmony/rhythm were broken down in the free jazz history, composition, andperformance, as well as to the general jazz audience.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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