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Jazz etudes for all levels based on common jazz progressions. Great companions to the study of jazz improvisations. Music for Jazz String Ensembles. Accessible and challenging jazz arrangements for Jazz String Ensembles. Music for Jazz Guitar Ensembles. Accessible and challenging jazz arrangements for Jazz Guitar Ensembles. Accessible and challenging jazz arrangements for Big Band.
Four Books that will take you deeper into Jazz Improvisation. Accessible and challenging jazz arrangements for Steel Drum Ensembles. A list and links to other Bert Ligon published works for various jazz ensembles. What makes this treatise so interesting is that it is written expressively for the performer. Jazz Transcriptions Dozens of classic jazz artists for study. J azz Transcriptions. Educational Materials. Photography Some photos.
Additional Published Works A list and links to other Bert Ligon published works for various jazz ensembles. Additional Published Works. UofSC Jazz Studies. SC Jazz Foundation. Looking for something written for your ensemble? Get in touch.
Bert Ligon : Jazz Theory Resources - Volume 1
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Jazz Theory Resources: Volume 1
Jazz Theory Resources is a jazz theory text in two volumes. Volume I includes: review of basic theory, rhythm in jazz performance, basic tonal materials, triadic generalization, diatonic harmonic progressions and harmonic analysis, substitutions and turnarounds, common melodic outlines, and an overview of voicings. Harmony is treated as a linear rather than vertical. The book is based on hundreds of examples from great jazz artists that are examined, analyzed and categorized. Graduated exercises, etudes, and ear-training tips help you develop your own voice. So many books on music begin by stating a principle or rule and then illustrate it with an example created by the author.
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