The Jazz Rhythm and Articulation Workbook A Guide to Playing with Swing (Jazz Language Workbooks)
Soft / Music Magazines 13-05-2019
The Jazz Rhythm and Articulation Workbook A Guide to Playing with Swing (Jazz Language Workbooks)
In this book youґll find a step by step roadmap to play the most common syncopated rhythmic patterns found in the jazz idiom.

This workbook has exercises to practice six basic syncopated rhythmic patterns and their combinations found in all jazz standards.

The book follows the sequence of the rest of the workbooks of the series: building melodic lines starting with melodic patterns, combine them with syncopated rhythmic patterns and articulations and the most important element: swing.

The workbook includes models and templates to write, correct yourself, and improve memorization.

The exercises included in the workbook can be played over play alongs and the contents are related to the rest of the Jazz Language Workbooks series.

What you will find in this book:

95 pages.
35 rhythmic exercises.
30 models and templates.

Jazz scales studies with combinations of syncopated rhythmic patterns and articulations.

If you want to improvise your own melodic lines with the authentic jazz sound, download now The Jazz Rhythm and Articulation Workbook and complete the Jazz Language Workbooks series.

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