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Intervallic Designs for Jazz Guitar: Ultramodern Sounds for Improvising Format Kindle

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Longueur : 40 pages Langue : Anglais

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(REH Publications). Expand your playing and your imagination with these revolutionary intervallic lines by jazz great Joe Diorio! Topics include: designs of tonality, designs of diatonic harmonies, designs for the diminished scales, designs for dominant and altered dominant chords, designs for the chromatic scales, designs of varied harmonic applications, designs of the perfect fifth interval, designs for freestyle improvisation, and more. Includes tab.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1396 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 40 pages
  • Editeur : Hal Leonard (1 novembre 2000)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B002F9MZDE
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Joe Diorio a une vision et un phrasé uniques basés sur une approche intervallique. Adapté au jazz mais aussi interessant à essayer dans un contexte fusion voire progressif (rock/metal).
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9aeb87ec) étoiles sur 5 11 commentaires
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HASH(0x9aeef384) étoiles sur 5 GET THIS ONE ! 11 décembre 2005
Par M4®1Ø - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This one of the most unique guitar books EVER ...

Whatever style you play this book will teach you something ! it starts with very simple pentatonic intervalic designs and then gradually stretches to the outer limits ! it has a cool section which explains (via examples) how outside sounds are obtained over common chords, rather that just play the licks you'll finally understand how the "outside" sound is produced, with this book you'll also see where frank gambale, scott henderson, jennifer batten and even paul gilbert got a lot of their stuff :) I don't even play jazz but this book has REALLY helped me in many ways, Joe Diorio is a master player and the lines here will also help your technique, they're HARD !
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HASH(0x9aeef3d8) étoiles sur 5 Very, very good 7 mars 2005
Par Guadi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book tries to break the average guitar player out of just playing scales and more towards playing intervals. It shows you how to take something like a minor pentatonic and play it intervallically, which really helps open up your ears to ideas you would never get from just practicing scales up and down. Very good to widen your vocabulary of lines. A++.
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HASH(0x9aeef810) étoiles sur 5 Definitely worth working through, but not all that "ultramodern" 17 septembre 2006
Par C. Melton - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First off, Joe Diorio is a major, major talent and this book, like all his others, has loads to transmit. I was at a place in my playing where I knew I needed a new approach to soloing; I intuitively felt it'd be a help to start thinking more "intervallically," so when I found this book I thought Perfect! It definitely opened new approaches for me and certainly broadened my understanding of what it means to think in intervals rather than scales, scales, scales. I do think, though, that the sound of these lines aren't at all "ultramodern"; many of them, if used in a jamming situation actually come across sounding like exercises. The idea with this book is to absorb the core concepts and then apply the approach to what you're already using in your soloing. It broadens horizons, but shouldn't be looked upon as a book of soloing ideas as such.
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HASH(0x9aeefbdc) étoiles sur 5 Interval Thinking in Developing New Lines 19 août 2011
Par JimT - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an old book released in the mid-seventies but it is one of the best tools for developing a new direction to guitar playing. Departing from the traditional scale approach, Joe DiOrio opens with a familiar pentatonic scale but played mostly in intervals of foruths and fifths. Joe develops the lines by combining different interval forms. This is evident right off the bat... Design 1 and Design 2 make up the body of Design 3. The book moves through altered dominants, diminished, diatonic sounds and over common chord patterns. Great for forcing yourself to a different way of thinking when forming a jazz or improvised line...
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HASH(0x9aeefb88) étoiles sur 5 Opens Doors 5 juillet 2009
Par TMC - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As you would expect from a master improviser, this book was written in such a way that there is not an obvious route to take to "get" the exercises-- they are presented, it is fairly obvious what they are and where the come from, and from them on, it's completely up to you to take them as far as possible. You would never want to simply cut and paste these phrases into a solo-- the point here is that your ears and fingers find new sounds and develop different relationships to intervals and interval patterns, and then use those new sounds to improvise!
A couple of techniques I've found useful:
1) Take a chord progression (especially a cadence progression used over a vamp!) and wind as much of a phrase through it as possible. You wind up creating harmonic progressions with very unusual motion, and it sounds great.
2) Space out the lines-- break up the phrases into smaller pieces and instead of a 4-bar phrase, you have an 8 or 16 bar phrase. This also helps in hearing the melodic motion of the lines and the interval combinations
3) Metronome.... make rhythm exercises out of the lines. Since different patterns have different numbers of notes, you can have endless fun experimenting with polyrhythms, repeated patterns, etc...

...and so forth. Definitely check this book out!!!
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