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The Truth About Jazz Guitar: (from one veteran player's perspective, anyway) (English Edition) par [Morris, Skip]
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If you just want a book of diagrams for making chords and scales on the guitar, there are heaps of those around--The Truth About Jazz Guitar isn't one of them. The Truth is about inspiration, the lessons hard-won over years of experience, and about how to turn those chords and scales into music that pulses with vitality and purpose--jazz that cooks. The Truth will teach you the importance of playing with a solid beat, and how how to develop that skill; how to make the muscles of your hands work with ease and efficiency so the notes come out quick and clean; how to educate your ear and connect it with the guitar's neck so that you play what you hear; even how to handle an audience when you perform; and a great deal more.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 423 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 52 pages
  • Editeur : Skip Morris (9 octobre 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B009OS9FNW
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A wealth of good ideas packed into 52 pages 9 novembre 2012
Par R. Pelland - Publié sur
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I was a bit skeptical that a 52 page book on playing guitar could begin to cover very well what takes lifetimes to learn. But at this price it was worth a try. And the title drew me in. I've now read it through and it was hard to put down. I found myself at the end not wanting to leave it - my mind swimming with thoughts about time and rhythm and the savoring of notes. I've now started back through and I'm taking my time with each short chapter and I'm highlighting passages that I find particularly resonant. I also managed to read the introduction before starting my second read. I was surprised to learn that the meat of the content is an anthology of articles that were written as a regular column for a guitarist's magazine. But this book flows well enough as a single coherent thesis.

I don't play jazz guitar but I have skirted that domain occasionally with a few swing tunes I've learned but I've always wanted to know more about how real jazz is done - what jazz guitarists are concerned with as they lay down their notes and phrases. It's hard for me to listen to any kind of good music and not wonder how that musician approaches their task - what they're thinking about. Now I not only have those answers in a lucid set of ideas about jazz guitar - but almost everything this author has to say applies equally well to my own comfort zone of bluegrass and old time dance music - and to any stringed instrument for that matter. This is certainly one of those little gems that one finds occasionally in life. It's worth well more than its paltry price.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 For the Jazz Guitarist 10 juillet 2013
Par George W. West - Publié sur
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The 14 chapters of this book are taken from the author's articles on a popular jazz guitar web site and combined into book form to become the basis from which any aspiring, novice, or advanced jazz guitarist can improve. This is the "friendly hand on your shoulder" book I had been looking for and, as advertised, has helped me improve my technique, sharpen my ear and time, and create better solos. If this was a hard copy book in my library it would already be badly (in a good way) dog eared. There are no chord charts or music notation, while the author advocates good reading skills, so this book is all about narrative and good sense.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good easy read for the jazz guitarist, or for any musician pursuing jazz 26 novembre 2014
Par Chuck Hill - Publié sur
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Nice short, entertaining read, and a good break from all the technical material for jazz and jazz guitar. Jazz is as much about attitude and approach as it is about "chops", and culled from his experience playing jazz for 30 years, Morris provides pointers to those early on that path (even those who have been at it a while). These are little lessons you learn in the trenches, handed down playing and talking with experienced players. More than just a recap of his articles from Just Jazz Guitar magazine (which I also recommend), Skip has advice on what to pay attention to and what traps to avoid in your pursuit of jazz.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Handy book 29 mai 2017
Par Mr. Denis J. Oleary - Publié sur
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Good book
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An appreciation 28 janvier 2013
Par James R. Rowland - Publié sur
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Being someone who is working hard to develop as a musician, it was great to read about things that will aide in that development and also hear how another has had to deal with the challenges. I thank this author for giving me more strength to draw on and helpful exercises to build on. Every bit of information helps a soul grow. Thank you
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