Sass, Jonathan (Jon) : The Jon Sass Bassline Book (+Cd) : for tuba (low brass instrument) :
DescriptionThe music of Thelonious Monk is among the most requested of any jazz composer. This folio has 70 of the master composer/pianist´s most familiar pieces, as well as a number of obscure and unrecorded tunes, in easy-to-read versions. Includes counterlines and ensemble parts for many pieces, as well as bass-lines and piano voicings where applicable. Also includes a biography, a glossary, and a definitive discography of the compositions in the book. Songlist52nd Street ThemeAsk Me NowBa-lue Bolivar Ba-lues-are (Bolivar Blues)Bemsha SwingBlue HawkBlue MonkBlue SphereBlues Five Spot (Five Spot Blues)Boo Boo´s BirthdayBrake´s SakeBright MississippiBrilliant CornersBye-yaChildren´s SongComing On The HudsonCrepuscule With NellieCriss CrossEpistrophyEronelEvidenceFour In OneFriday The 13thFunctionalGallop´s GallopGreen ChimneysHackensackHornin´ InHumphI Mean YouIn Walked BudIntrospectionJackie-ingLet´s Call ThisLet´s Cool OneLight BlueLittle Rootie TootieLocomotiveMisteriosoMonk´s DreamMonk´s MoodMonk´s PointNorth Of The SunsetNuttyOff MinorOska TPannonicaPlayed TwiceRaise FourReflectionsRhythm-a-ningRuby, My DearSan Francisco HolidayShuffle BoilSixteenSkippySomething In BlueStraight No ChaserStuffy TurkeyTeoTheloniousThink Of OneTrinkle-tinkleTwo TimerUgly BeautyWe SeeWell You Needn´tWho KnowsWork
Steve Bailey is a consummate musician and bassist. In Rock Bass, he presents one of the most comprehensive bass technique books available. The exercises provided have both studio and live-playing applications, and cover such topics as hand dexterity, bass-line construction, double-stops, and chords. Try the Finger Buster and Hazard exercises for a real workout, and put it all to use in each Lick of the Week. This book will help any bassist develop the necessary technique to produce quality recordings, as well as the technical prowess to rock out at any live show.
DescriptionAdd to your repertoire and reinforce your technique with this collection of traditional, easy-to-play kids´ songs. Bring these beautiful melodies to life by listening to the recordings on the companion CD, then using the transcriptions to practice single-note melodies, basic strums and basslines, and simple chords. A supplement to the Acoustic Guitar Method, this terrific book/CD pack teaches fifteen beloved children´s tunes, and includes complete lyrics; full guitar parts in standard notation, tablature and chord diagrams; and detailed notes on song origins and arrangements.Songlist(Oh, My Darling) ClementineAnd The Green Grass Grows All AroundDown On Grandpa´s FarmFrog Went A-courtin´I Gave My Love A Cherry (The Riddle Song)I Wish I Was A MoleI´ve Been Workin´ On The RailroadJoshua (Fit The Battle Of Jericho)Midnight SpecialOh My Darling, ClementineOh! SusannaShe´ll Be Comin´ ´Round The MountainSkip To My LouThere´s A Hole In The Bucket
This book/CD set features 16 challenging original tunes in Funk/Fusion style by renowned Australian guitarist Peter O´Mara. Patrick Scales adds his ideas on musical interpretation to give the aspiring bassist an insight into creative process from a professional´s point of view. The tunes cover a variety of tempos and grooves and are presented using a real rhythm section: Patrick Scales, Christian Lettner and Peter O´Mara (from Klaus Doldinger´s Passport)The audio play-along tracks are presented in an order of increasing complexity. CD 1 contains complete recordings of all instruments so that you can hear each instrument working together. CD 2 omits all bass tracks so that you can playalong with the rhythm section and also create your own basslines. Midifiles of all compositions are also included.Also available are editions for guitar, by Peter, and drums, by Peter O´Mara and Christian Lettner. The books are fully compatible and can be used in a combo setting.
Cadenze e Passaggi diversi for Theorbo from the Modena manuscript G 239 (17th century) ReviewsThe Lute 1996 Vol. XXXVIThis is an edition of the so-called ´Modena tiorba manuscript´ which has been the subject of a two articles by Mirco Caffagni (in Italian, in Quadrivium IX, fasc. 1 (1970), and in English, in Journal of the Lute Society of America XII (1979). The manuscript contains songs for solo voice and continuo, not included in this edition, and a section of bass progressions realized in tablature for theorbo in A. The latter are of considerable interest, partly because of their rarity, (the only comparable source surfaced recently in New York) but largely because they are extremely florid yet idiomatic examples of continuo realization.Bagnati´s edition include a detailed introduction with a description of the manuscript and its contents, in Italian only. He recounts Caffagni´s hypothesis from the aforementioned articles, that the manuscript was written out by Pietro Bertacchini, a Modenese collector, singer, and player of theorbo and archlute, and that the continuo exercises date from c.1670. Then follows the critical commentary, and a facsimile page.The exercises range from two-bar cadential realizations to quite extended pas-sages which include many typical bass-line progressions, and vary in difficulty from basic chords to elaborate cadences with slurs, campanellas and running bass divisions. The edition itself include the bass part, tablature (Italian) and a two-stave transcription. All are accurately and clearly laid out, the editorial decisions are sensible (and are tabulated in the commentary anyway) and the transcription not only opens up the edition to players of other instruments, but clearly reveals the voice leadings and inversions for the benefit of theorbists too. Bagnati retains the original order, where the progressions are roughly grouped by key.There are a few awkward page turns, and both the font and spacing of the tablature could be rather more friendly to the eye, but these are tiny quibbles, and a book of this type should in any case be studied in detail and committed to memory. A must for anyone interested in continuo playing, whether you have a theorbo or not. (Lynda Sayce)