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Ten Compositions in a Chromatic Style

Ten Compositions in a Chromatic Style
Jamey Aebersold Jazz

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SKU AM2423
Author David Leibman
Format Book/CD
Duration 34 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 215mm x 280mm
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz
Departments Jazz - All Instruments
 
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David Leibman's philosophy of improvising in a chromatic manner is well known through his previous books and recordings. David's solos on these original compositions clearly demonstrate the practical use of this system for composing and real time improvising. The piano and soprano sax tracks are separated on the companion CD so that any instrumentalist can play along.

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