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Bebop & Swing Guitar [Import anglais]
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This Is An Opportunity To Learn With One Of Jazz Guitar'S Most Gifted Artists, The Late Emily Remler. All Of The Essentials Of True Jazz Bebop And Swing Are Taught Here, Including Wes Montgomery And Pat Martino Styles, Working With The Metronome On 2 And 4, Learning To Identify Changes, Jazz-Style Blues, Turnarounds, Practice Tips, Passing Notes And Chords, Chord Substitutions, The ""Charleston"" Rhythm, Octave-Style Playing, Latin Swing Style, And Much More! Emily Remler Was One Of The Hottest Jazz Players To Come Around In A Long Time. She Recorded Four Solo Albums ( Firefly, Take Two, Transition , And Catwalk ) And A Duet Album With Larry Coryell ( Together ). She Toured With Astrud Gilberto, Collaborated With Pat Martino, Worked On Movie Scores And Played Guitar In The Broadway Hit Sophisticated Ladies .
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If there was an air flight to heaven, I would definitely visit her to take a few lessons.
Emily is one of my favourite guitarist. I have a great admiration for her. One some points I have another opinion than what she explains in this DVD, but that is mainly a matter of taste.
One minor detail: in the booklet there is a small deviation from what she plays in the first part of Summertime (i.e. ex3): she plays a Bm7b5, not a Bm11.
pas de fioritures, présentation sobre et efficace, tempo d'enfer, exercices d'application plus qu’agréable, et un brin d'humour en sus.
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Over the past 2 decades I have continued, as best I am able, to expand my playing and to take lessons.
Remler is the best type of teacher, in my experience. One that knows how to simplify a complex subject so that the student can understand without having years of theory, instruction and performance as a foundation.
While primarily a rock, blues, and fingerpicker, I am revisiting my jazz interest. I found the instruction on this DVD to be enjoyable, down to earth, and most importantly, digestable. First and most importantly, this is a single DVD and is aimed at a lower or intermediate player, I believe. There is the assumption of the ability to play chords, notation, and a bit of theory. If you have none of these it is still a useful tool adn still very usable.
There are several exercises and at least three songs which a player can learn from this video-not only in notation but also simply watching them being played and in half speed mode-and take away the feeling of accomplishment, without a full semester of tutoring. One reveiwer asserts that this is not instructional in be-bop, but I disagree. ( I also didnt see anything other than enthusiasm, heart, and candor in Ms. Remler's eyes in both of her instructional videos.) It begins to lay foundation for be-bop with the presentation of a simple Bb blues, together with discussion of what leading tones are and using leading tones and how they assist in defining chord changes, and teaching how to develop eighth note solos. An excellent, non-heady, familiar choice, ie a blues, from which to start.
This is worth full price. It actually can provide a month's worth of practice easily, more if you really work it and perfect it.
Also as noted the emphasis on metronome and rhythm are simple concepts that most players just dont use, or use as much as they should. This will make it clear why it is critical, and will improve your timing (even if you think you have, or do have, great timing).
The best part, however, is the down to business approach, with heart, humility, and respect for music as well as the student. Its a very enjoyable experience, and it will improve your playing and will serve those wishing to begin to study jazz to get a tiny taste without being crushed by too much theory, too many exercises in technique, or some of the other foibles of structured musical instruction that can dis-hearten a beginner.
Miss Remler was a great loss, not only as a musician, but as a performer, teacher, and person.
I strongly recommend getting Emily Remler - Advanced Jazz And Latin Improvisation - DVD along with her Bebop and Swing DVD. She refers back to this first lesson in the Advanced/Latin lesson. The Bebop and Swing DVD covers playing on the 2 and 4 beats. The Advanced Jazz and Latin Improvisation DVD covers playing on the 1 and 3 beats.
If you expect a couple of great $20 lessons, you will be very satisfied. If you're looking for a course in Bebop and Swing, then you need a good book and a teacher. Either way, don't pass over these DVDs or you'll miss a great talent and teacher that was not only knowledgeable and experienced, but also very passionate about the music she played and loved. It's very apparent in her teaching and playing.
Knowing how young and tragically Emily left us, makes it hard at times to watch these DVDs, but I'm glad we have this video record of this great Jazz guitar player. "I saw the needle and the damage done... a little part of it in every one..." - Neil Young
R.I.P. Emily Remler.
After watching these DVDs you realize what a tragedy her death in 1990 at age 32 was and will probably want to seek out her CD's; some of which are unfortunately out of print.
Both DVDs appear to have been recorded around the same time and I suggest buying both since they cover quite diferent material.
In 'Bebop and Swing' you get a very clear explanation of swing feel, with having metronome and tapping foot on beats 2 and 4 only.
Guide tones are also given a clear explanation, with an assignment of playing guide tone on each beat 1 of Jazz Blues and 'going to Mars and back' in between.
There are a lot of good suggestions throughout DVD and I found myself scribbling notes in the included booklet.
Part of end message in Bebop & Swing DVD is 'Dance while playing, have fun, express emotions, not about competition, music is to be joyous, free, you only have one life...' Hopefully you can hear message, learn something and be entertained by this DVD.