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Peabody Conservatory trained guitarist Steven Herron is available to answer questions and make recommendations that will help you become a better guitarist! Just call Toll-Free now!! Joe Pass Joe Pass is one of the greatest guitarists in the history of jazz!
A genuine master of all the idioms of mainstream jazz guitar improvisation, he was equally at home with a burning bebop line, a down home blues groove, a sensitive "rubato" ballad, or a gentle chord melody solo. Pass was also highly sought after as a sideman in many diverse ensembles - including a surprisingly successful set with Roy Clark covering Hank Williams tunes. He also served as an accompanist to singers like Ella Fitzgerald and instrumentalists like pianist Oscar Peterson and J.
A great deal of attention is devoted to his Pacific Jazz Record Company years - often acknowledged as his "classic" years - when he was hot, hungry and ready to show the world what he could do! For many years these recordings - seminal masterworks and essential listening for previous generations of guitarists - were unavailable on CD. Consequently they languished in obscurity and their relevance and inclusion in a Joe Pass jazz guitar music compilation was problematic - despite the excellence, profundity and importance of the music.
Today these classic Joe Pass albums have been rightfully given a new lease on life through the laudable re-issue efforts of companies like Blue Note, Eupohoria, and most of all Mosaic Records. Joe Pass wrote several instructional jazz guitar music books with the goal of sharing his expertise with neophytes and seasoned guitarists alike, but often mentioned that learning as many tunes as possible was the most valuable lesson for a player. He hoped that aspiring guitarists, regardless of style, would find that spark of individuality and creativity that he discovered in his youth and cultivated in his earliest playing experiences.
Nonetheless Joe was a great communicator - if you listened. He spoke as in performance through his instrument - spontaneously, casually, with humor and great feeling - punctuating his musical discourse with a favorite comment: "Stop me when you hear something you like". Needless to say, he got stopped a lot! Joe analyzes and teaches jazz bebop blues, new chord patterns, blues-jazz chord substitutions, special intros and endings, "pedal" tones, accompaniment chords, voice leadings, creating single-note lines from chord positions, and jazz-blues improvisation combining chords and runs together!
Split screen close-ups with music and tab on screen. Topics covered include: chord melody, chord substitutions, leading tones, chromatic chords, voice movements, common tones, adding color tones to your chords, learning to work within close voicings, turnarounds, adding substitution to your melodic playing, special licks, lines vs. Split screen close-ups with notation and tab on screen. Also features a brief interview with Joe. Learn the trademark riffs and solos of one of the greatest guitarists in the history of jazz!
Each piece - some are single note improvised solos while others are chord melody solos - also includes harmonic analysis and performance notes! Notation and tab Standard notation The play-along CD exemplifies how these relate to a harmonic background. Each harmonic section contains a play-along recording in the original key and a play-along, moving in fourths, to help the student practice the lines in all twelve keys.
Eventually, the student will learn to mix and match these ideas and create lines of their own. The more phrases and ideas a student has, the more they are able to improvise or juxtapose their ideas to create new melodies on their own.
Learn the sound of modern harmony and melody while playing! Also an overview of "The Three Harmonic Families"- lines, scales, and chord superimpositions and substitutions that Joe uses.
With musician-friendly lead sheets, melody cues, and other split-track choices on the included CD, this first-of-its-kind package helps you master improvisation while playing some of the greatest tunes of all time. Standard Notation These "textbook" jazz phrases are perfect for all instrumentsnot just guitar.
Spiral bound for easy opening and page-turning. Over pages of incredible jazz guitar licks! Several versions are presented of each song allowing you to see how different guitarists would arrange the same piece of music! Songs include: "St. Each selection also includes authentic matching audio with backing tracks!
Joe Pass Guitar Tab Books, Instruction DVDs, Chord Melody Solos, Arrangements, Video Lessons
Joe Pass – The Blue Side Of Jazz