The basic ingredients in music are SCALES, CHORDS, MELODY, RHYTHM, and HARMONY. Jazz education’s purpose is to give you the basics you need in learning to play jazz ...
1 Rootless Voicings for Jazz Bob Keller September 2004 Source •I originally learned most of this from Chris Fitzgerald at the Jamey Aebersold Jazz
Joe’s Guitar Method Towards A Jazz Improviser’s Technique I. Intro Pg. 1 II. Tuning & Setup Pg. 5 A. The Grand Staff B. Using a Tuner C. Intonation
•Transposition of a Treble clef melody to bass clef (At the same pitch) and visa versa. Treble clef Transposition of the above melody to bass clef
Theory GRADE 1 1 Note values of semibreve, minim, crotchet, quaver and semiquaver, and their equivalent rests (candidates may use the terms ‘whole note’, ‘half ...
Chapter 1 MU S I C NO T A T I O N 1.1 Staves and Clefs: elements of music, staff, note names, clef, treble clef, bass clef, ledger lines, grand staff, C clefs, alto ...
This fundamental drum set session is to engage both the student and the teacher in playing drum set at the same time while using and playing on the same bass drum.
THE DOMINANT 7th TREE of SCALE CHOICES The two most important notes in any scale are the 3rd and 7th. They tell the listener what the quality is and indicate
•Use voice 2 for parts played with the feet (bass drum, hi-hat foot pedal) The complete pattern: Exceptions Not all drum patterns should be notated this way, but it ...
Maryland State Department of Education MUSIC GLOSSARY A hyperlink to Voluntary State Curricula ABA Often referenced as “song form,” musical structure with a ...