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Catalogue No: M060115943
ISMN: 9790060115943
Shop Product Code: 1715258
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ISBN: 9780851624716
Easiest Way to Improvise

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Department: Tutor Methods - Piano

Instrumentation: Piano, CD

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)

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Improvisation can seem daunting to classically-trained musicians, who can feel lost without written music to follow. Many people have always wanted to improvise, or find that they have to teach it, but are unsure how to start.



Now the first book in a revolutionary new series brings improvisation within the reach of all players and teachers, even beginners: and there is no-one better to write it than Christopher Norton, composer of the bestselling Microjazz series, with his unrivalled reputation for writing and teaching popular styles.

Christopher Norton’s Easiest Way to Improvise promises a new and truly easy approach! Designed for teachers and players who have little or no confidence in improvisation, it reveals the "magic move" that will really transform your "doodlings" into fully fledged performances. Its user-friendly format combines a practical workbook and a fabulous CD resource.

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Contents, Sound Samples and Reviews

Contents
  • speaker201 Fax Blues
  • speaker202 Blues no.1
  • speaker203 Intercity stomp
  • speaker204 A day in Majorca
  • speaker205 Country ballad
  • speaker206 Get in step
  • speaker207 A thought
  • speaker208 After the battle
  • speaker209 Struttin'
  • speaker210 Picnic piece
  • speaker211 Riviera
  • speaker212 On the right lines
  • speaker213 Stairway
  • speaker214 Duet for one
  • speaker215 A winter song
Reviews

""Struttin'" and "Stomp" are two of my students' favorite pieces. Not too difficult and very satisfying.
Martha Beth Lewis"

Rating: 05/05/2005 By: Martha Beth Lewis