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Charlie Christian is regarded by many jazz historians as one of the major voices that shaped modern jazz in the early 1940s. Even though he tragically died before reaching his 26th birthday, his brilliant improvisations, phenomenal rhythmic drive, and blues influenced guitar playing had already changed the course of jazz, and the guitar's place...
For solo guitar
A collection of transcriptions of short pieces by classical composers (Bach, Purcell, Scarlatti, Handel, Couperin, Mozart and others) plus original guitar compositions and arrangements by the authors. Each piece has been meticulously set for classic guitar.
A transcription of GFA and Winfield Fingerstyle winner Michael Chapdelaine's fourth CD. These 10 pieces are classical in technique, although not totally classical in style, featuring blues, rock, and contemporary idioms. Chapdelaine's original recording is included on CD.
The Changes: Guide Tones for Jazz Chords, Lines, and Comping is offered for beginning to advanced players as a way to visualize guide tones on the fretboard. From these shapes lines can be created for soloing and voicings can be built for comping and chord melody. Most importantly, the changes of the progression being played can be heard with on...
In this book, Steve takes a potentially very complex subject, the creation of new, different, and creative melodies, and shows how using two very simple, and very guitaristic pentatonic scales, you can unleash an inexhaustible supply of new colors and ideas. A CD containing most of the music examples, plus numerous play-along tracks is included.