Chords and Progressions for Jazz and Popular Guitar (Anglais) Broché – janvier 1992
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Luckily, though, there's Arnie Berle. This boook will guide anyone from the rank beginner through the intermediate guitarist through the maze of chords. Rather than the usual listings- "here's every possible C shord in every position"- Arnie starts out simply and builds on basics, showing you at every step how chords function, where they come from, and why you might want to use a particular form in a particular situation. More importantly, he shows you basic progressions, like the I-II-VIV, how to do substitutions on standard progressions, and how to choose the right chord voicings.
The book starts with open chords, and then moves into the rocker's favorite, 6 string bar chords, with plenty of examples of common progressions. From there it's on to 4 and 5 string jazz voicings, along with copious examples, and simplified 3-string rhythm chords for the swing or big band guitarist. By the time you finish with this book- and you might take anywhere from a month to a year, depending on how you went at it- you should be able to start with a simple lead sheet and make your own hip rhythym part.
I'd recommend this book to beginners inetrested in learning something beyond simple open chords- particularly those with a bit of jazz interest. I'd also recommend it to any intermediate-level guitarist who wants to go beyond the basic rock chords into something a little hipper. There's something here for most every player.
It bogs you down a little with the inversions they have you memorize, and the chords that look like fractions and chemistry symbols are intimidating, but at least you start out slow and easy...by the time you're into the inversion chapter you've already been able to hear your progress in a jazz-flavored accompaniment to "Blue Moon". I myself was amazed after I played it and could actually superimpose the song over the chord changes in my mind; I could say, yeah, that works!
I wish all guitar instruction books were programmed the way this one is. By the end of the book, and I'm not there yet, you really know your music, and not just jazz, either!
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