Odd Times: Uncommon Etudes for Uncommon Time Signatures Developing the Ability to Play and Improvise in Uncommon Time Signatures 練習曲 長笛教材
樂器: all instruments
出版社: advance music GmbH
Acknowledgments - Preface - How to get the most out of these etudes - How to get the most out of applying contrast scale based phrases - Introducing Odd Meters in Jazz - Playing in 5/4 - 5/4 Phrases of the Minor Bebop Scale - 5/4 Phrases of the Dominant Bebop Scale - Playing in 7/4 - 7/4 Phrases of the Minor Bebop Scale - 7/4 Phrases of the Dominant Bebop Scale - Playing in 9/4 - 9/8 Phrases of the Major Bebop Scale - Playing in 11/4 - Scale Exercises in 5/8,7/8,9/8 and 11/8 - Appendix: Original pieces in uncommon time - About the authors
One of the most popular tunes of all time is Take Five. Musicians know that it's the 5/4 time that makes it swing. Since Dave Brubeck, more and more musicians have devoted themselves to playing in odd metres. This volume by Mike Rossi and Darius Brubeck enables both beginners and professionals to get into the world of 5/4 and 11/8. The reader can learn more about the origin of this fascinating music and is provided with practical tips as well as numerous etudes for all melodic instruments.