- Published by Berklee Press 136 Pages
- Book/CD Pack by Ted Pease and Ken Pullig
- Author: Ted Pease
The definitive text used for the time-honored Chord Scales course at Berklee College of Music, this book concentrates on scoring for every possible ensemble combination and teaches performers and arrangers how to add color, character and sophistication to chord voicings. Topics covered include: selecting appropriate harmonic tensions, understanding jazz harmony, overcoming harmonic ambiguity, experimenting with unusual combinations and non-traditional alignments, and many more. The accompanying
Im looking for new music for a burlesque number. Im normally good at finding music but Im hitting a wall and I have a deadline. Anyone know of sexy, dirty, classic jazz that is not so common? No night train, harlem nocturne, or bumps n’ grinds please. I like barry Adamson but everyone uses that too.
Your input is much appreciated.
I love swing music, but I never know what to look up, can someone tell me umm maybe 10, amazing swing and piano jazz artists?
I already know about Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.
In terms of style, anyone know any good modern jazz/blues singers similar to bobby caldwell? He’s my favorite jazz singer, but looking for some new talent to listen to. Any ideas? It could be male or female, it doesn’t matter, just as long as its modern, since I know of most of the classic jazz and blues singers.
Two CD reissue of this 1973 compilation from the Jazz greats. The Modern Jazz Quartet has been one of the leaders in the Jazz field for decades, from the 1950s through the 1990s. This set encompasses most of their Atlantic Records recording career…. More >>
Art of the Modern Jazz Quartet