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by Greg Fishman

eBook Jazz Guitar Etudes (with Tab) download ISBN: 0976615371
Author: Greg Fishman
Publisher: Greg Fishman Jazz Studios; 1st edition (August 21, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 52
ePub: 1855 kb
Fb2: 1162 kb
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Greg Fishman's book, Jazz Guitar Etudes, contains idiomatic bebop lines and will be a great tool for any guitar . Paired with Greg Fishman's "Hip Licks for Jazz Guitar," I've found two books that can be used to enliven any hip, funky or jazz solo you might encounter

Greg Fishman's book, Jazz Guitar Etudes, contains idiomatic bebop lines and will be a great tool for any guitar teacher with aspiring jazz guitarists. Thanks, Greg! - -Fred Hamilton, professor of jazz guitar, University of North Texas. Paired with Greg Fishman's "Hip Licks for Jazz Guitar," I've found two books that can be used to enliven any hip, funky or jazz solo you might encounter. The books include tab and CDs with all etudes and licks featured full bands backed on the 1st track by a superb jazz guitarist and another track played by saxophonist Greg Fishman. A third track is provided sans guitar/sax for your practicing pleasure.

Jazz Guitar Etudes (with Tab). Book also features tablature with Mike Allemana's own fi This book features master jazz guitarist Mike Allemana playing twelve bebop style etudes. This book features master jazz guitarist Mike Allemana playing twelve bebop style etudes. Also includes the author (Greg Fishman) playing each etude on tenor saxophone. This allows the student the choice of playing along with Mike (guitar) or Greg (tenor).

This book features master jazz guitarist Mike Allemana playing twelve bebop style etudes. Also includes Greg Fishman playing each etude on tenor saxophone. This allows the guitarist the choice of playing with Mike (guitar) or Greg (tenor). Book also features tablature with Mike's own fingerings! 52 pages, . x 11 format, ISBN 978-766153-7-8. I encourage the jazz guitar students at the University of North Texas to emulate tenor saxophonists.

Its purpose is to demonstrate the concepts of soloing to those students who know their chords and scales but lack the musical vocabulary to create professional-level solos.

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Jazz Saxophone Etudes Volume 1. by Greg Fishman. Published by Greg Fishman Jazz Studios Evanston, Illinois 60202. Jazz Saxophone Etudes was originally published as a book and play-along CD set. This is the iPad app version of the book and play-along tracks. Greg graduated from DePaul University in Chicago with a degree in Jazz Performance, and earned a Masters Degree in Jazz Pedagogy from Northwestern University. He is among the foremost experts on the music of Stan Getz and is the author of three Getz transcription books published by Hal Leonard.

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Jazz Guitar Etudes is a jazz education music album recording by GREG .

Jazz Guitar Etudes is a jazz education music album recording by GREG FISHMAN released in 2008 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.

This book features master jazz guitarist Mike Allemana playing twelve bebop style etudes. Also includes the author (Greg Fishman) playing each etude on tenor saxophone. This allows the student the choice of playing along with Mike (guitar) or Greg (tenor). This is the only book on the market with this unique feature. Book also features tablature with Mike Allemana's own fingerings! This book includes twelve bebop style etudes, based on blues, rhythm changes and standard chord progressions. There are three play-along tracks for each etude. The first track features Mike Allemana playing the etude with the rhythm section. The second track features Greg Fishman playing the etude on tenor saxophone with the rhythm section. The third track features the rhythm section only, with extra choruses built in for soloing.
Comments: (7)
Sataxe
Thank you Greg Fishman and Mike Allemana for putting this book together! This is a fine collection of saxophone solos transcribed for the guitar. I agree with the other reviewer that once you start playing these, it sounds good immediately! I've been playing guitar for over 20 years now and am still exploring the richness of jazz on the guitar. Many jazz guitarists recommend playing horn-based solos and lines, and after spending time in this books, I can see why:

The ear naturally "hears" the breaths in musical phrases- it's unnatural sounding to play long, extended lines of scales on the guitar with no breaks or rests or "breaths in between". Technically you can do this on the guitar because the guitar is not driven by breath; it will just sound somewhat mechanical. Sax solos have natural breaks in the phrases that help you to learn phrasing. This also sounds more pleasing to the listener (for example, imagine how weird it would be if you had to listen to someone talk and they never took a breath). It helps tremendously when you're learning the solos. I'd find myself learning chunks of notes, and being able to identify where one phrase ends and another begins. And so, to me this book is a great way to improve your listening as well as your playing.

I hope these author-musicians can do more volumes in the future, this approach is definitely satisfying as well as instructional. One last note, the CD tracks are great. It's interesting to hear the subtle differences when a phrase is played on a saxophone versus a guitar. I have a new-found appreciation for saxophone music now. Highly recommended!
Micelhorav
Fantastic jazz lines for guitar! I love all of Greg Fishman's books, but as a guitar player this book is the best of all of them. Do yourself a favor and get this book, the lines are musical well-crafted and the notation is excellent. Many jazz improv books have lines that wouldn't sound good on a gig, but this book is not in that class.
Tyler Is Not Here
In a similar vein as the Jimmy Raney book that came out years ago, "Jazz Guitar Etudes" bridges the gap in that you are practicing how "semi real solos" are
put together, only this was written by a sax player. Since Jimmy was heavily into learning horn parts, the books are very similar on that level....My only problem with the book is that it has a number of redundant accidentals...as if the publisher put key signatures in and then forgot about them opting to go the Omni Book route.
Friert
Authentic bebop sound etudes, I love it.
Brazil
It's ON! The light bulbs are FINALLY Blinking LOL after years of various instructors, classes, videos, jam sessions, etc.... my acquired framents of playership are now being conjoined into a usable format. I wouldn't consider myself a musician yet...but I'm not as discouraged with the practice rut in which I was engulfed... and I can begin to SEE THE LIGHT (no tunnel train jokes please... thank you)

This is NOT a collection of run of the mill "practice" etudes that fuse hand-eye coordination with staid musical lines that are guaranteed to quicken the onset of sleep.

Paired with Greg Fishman's "Hip Licks for Jazz Guitar," I've found two books that can be used to enliven any hip, funky or jazz solo you might encounter. The books include tab and CDs with all etudes and licks featured full bands backed on the 1st track by a superb jazz guitarist and another track played by saxophonist Greg Fishman. A third track is provided sans guitar/sax for your practicing pleasure.

Note these books are not an easy answer to auto-magically increase your musicality in fortnight. However, I would not want to woodshed without these two books by my side.

With these books hopefully your musical journey, like mine, will enjoy a bit more of a pleasant path ... encointering less thorns and stones as you consume them.

I'm enjoying the ride! Hopefully you are as well. If we ever meet at Durham NC's International Guitar Summit let's plan to share a few guitar lick!
Quphagie
Terrific etudes built on standard progressions. Great examples of pure swinging bebop phrasing.
Bys
It's got wonderful sounds, matching CDs, a great preface/introduction section, and tab! This book will surely help anyone out.
AAA+ Super quality and great sounding transcriptions. I can't say enough about this book. I've learned that if it has the Fishman name on the cover to just grab it!