TrureFire - Jazzed Collection [2015, WEBRip, ENG] (Видеоурок)

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TrureFire - Jazzed Collection [2015, WEBRip, ENG] (Видеоурок)

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Jazzed Collection

Производитель: TrueFire
Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок
Автор: Brad Carlton
Продолжительность: 14h 48m
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Год выпуска: 2015
Язык: Английский
Перевод: Отсутствует
Описание: True-форма с наиболее Брэд Carlton курсов, существует достаточно серого вещества и твердые указания в импровизации генератор обратить от для остальной части вашей гитаре играет дней, однако она займет не больше пяти минут для поглощения достаточно поместить эти принципы для хорошей работы в вашей собственной гитарные соло и импровизаций. Откройте ваши глаза и приступайте к работе!
TrueFire presents Shirely Bailey - Essentials: Bebop Etudes
Hi, I'm Sheryl Bailey and welcome to Essentials: Bebop Etudes. In constructing this collection of etudes, I've shared some of my favorite harmonic, rhythmic, and melodic techniques. My hopes for you are that as you play through these you'll gain insight into ways you can use these concepts to expand not only your improvisations, but your ears and your understanding of the bebop language.
After each performance, I'll break it down for you and explain the key concepts and techniques. All of the etudes are tabbed and notated, with the jam tracks included as well so you can craft your own improvisations. Ready to dig in? Grab your guitar, and let's get started!
Runtime: 2hours 39minutes
About Frank Vignola's Essentials: Chord Melody Etudes
Frank is one of the most accomplished, multi-dimensional players walking the planet today. Monster player, composer and improviser, Frank plays proficiently in every genre, from jazz to bluegrass, ...
Release Date
Apr 29th, 2015
Chord melody is not only a requisite skill for jazz guitarists, it’s also some of the most gratifying and enjoyable music that you can make all by yourself with your favorite instrument. Taking full advantage of the polyphonic qualities of guitar by playing both rhythm and melody simultaneously, and keeping it all in the groove, is certainly challenging but the learning curve flattens dramatically once you develop the foundational skills.
Frank Vignola’s Essentials: Chord Melody Etudes will get you up and running quickly, with a series of etudes designed to impart the essential skill set. “In this edition of Essentials: Chord Melody Etudes, my goal is to give you a foundation to build on with eight chord melody etudes covering a range of keys and approaches.
I’ll demonstrate and break down each etude three ways; first we’ll work through the etude very simply so you can get a grip on the chords and melody. Then I’ll alter the etude rhythmically to jazz it up a bit. Finally, I’ll perform the etude as I would perform it myself on stage using improvisation, rhythmic alteration, a touch of the blues, chromaticism, neighboring tones and other tools of the jazz guitar trade.”
Frank cuts right to the chase in the edition of Essentials: Chord Melody Etudes. No boring exercises or tedious theory to struggle through - you’ll play your way through eight chord melody etudes, all of which include performance demonstrations and detailed move-by-move breakdowns supplemented with tab, notation and Guitar Pro files.
Here’s Frank’s descriptions of the 8 Performance Studies:
Tranquility: “This etude is in the key of C and concentrates on the I chord, the ii chord and the V chord. 99% of jazz standards have the I - ii - V -I progression and this is why this is a essential chord melody etude. We also concentrate on the use of anticipations in order to let the etude swing a bit.”
Autumn's Last Leaf: “This etude and is based on the first 8 measures of the essential jazz standard, Autumn Leaves. It has ii-V-I to major then to minor. We’ll concentrate on cleanliness of sound, good tone and single notes. Rhythm alteration, chromatics and neighboring tones are also discussed and demonstrated in this etude.”
I've Got A Bridge: “This chord progression is a very common bridge section of many jazz standards including the classic I Got Rhythm. In the key of Bb, the bridge starts on D7 and goes around the cycle of 4ths (D7, G7, C7, F7) for two bars each. Chord style soloing is also discussed and demonstrated using neighboring tones with chords.”
Satin Suspension: “Loosely based on the chords to Satin Doll, we’ll feature the suspended chord resolving to the Dominant 7th chord. This serves the purpose of playing a ii - V7. I’ll demonstrate how to use this suspended progression all over the fingerboard. I’ll also discuss and demonstrate arpeggiating chords as well as neighboring tones and bass pedal tones.”
Sharp Nine: “Here we have a 1-6-2-5 progression in the key of G. It’s a common progression and we’ll concentrate on the #9 sound and turnarounds. The key discussion and demonstration is the importance of bringing out the melody in chord melody playing — the melody should be louder than the harmony. Also discussed is staccato and the importance of ‘silence’ and space in music.”
A Look At Minor: “This is an 8-measure progression in the key of D minor (Dm and A7, the V chord). We’ll look at the flat 9 and how to create diminished runs over the dominant sound in a minor key. We discuss and demonstrate staccato and anticipations to make sure you understand these valuable concepts. You can bring these techniques to all of the songs you play. We’ll also examine how the Blues Pentatonic sound works so well over Minor chords and keys.”
Iroquois: “This etude is based on the A section chord progression to Cherokee, which is one of the most popular standards played today. It’s in the key of Bb. The progression is 1 - 1(7) - 4 - 4(minor) - 1 - 6 - 2 - 5 - 1. You’ll start to appreciate how many of these common progressions are used in so many jazz standards. Chromatics are discussed and how to connect chords using Chromatics. Anticipations are included again.”
Chromatic Blues: “Here we have a 12 bar blues progression in the key of c. The melody is based on the chromatic scale and how to use the chromatic scale to move through the different chords of the blues. We will use all the techniques that we’ve gone over and include them in this cool bluesy etude.”
All in all, Frank Vignola’s Essentials: Chord Melody Etudes is your quickest, most engaging way to get in the game of jazz guitar chord melody. Click it to jazz up your chord melody now!
About the Series
Designed for intermediate and advanced students, TrueFire’s Essentials courses feature Performance Studies focused on the ‘essential’ harmonic and technical characteristics of a particular style of playing. Educators first perform the study for demonstration purposes and then break it all down section-by-section, technique-by-technique. Performance Studies include tab, notation and practice rhythm tracks when applicable.
Runtime: 2Hours 12Minutes
About Brad Carlton's Chord Studies: Jazz Standards Vol. 1
Theory and harmony instructionals filled with chord construction strategies and applications
About Brad Carlton
February 5th, 1970. That was the day I began my lifelong career of guitar education. Since then, I’ve discovered my passion truly lies in inspiring my students to realize their musical dreams. ...
Release Date
Jul 8th, 2015
The entire jazz standard songbook is built primarily on major and minor ii-V-I, major blues, minor blues and modal progressions. Learn how to comp over these types of progressions starting with these arrangements patterned after classic standards.
About the Chord Studies Series
If Forest Gump’s shrimp-loving Bubba played guitar, his take on chords might go something like this, ”You can strum ‘em, fingerpick ‘em, arpeggiate ‘em, mute ‘em, alternate tune ‘em, voice lead ‘em. Dey’s uh, barre chords, altered chords, extended chords, moveable chords, cluster chords, slash chords, inversions, triads, diads. There’s jazz chords, power chords, blues chords, cowboy chords, block chords, open chords…”
Bubba would be right — there’s a wide and wonderful world of chords for we guitarists to explore. But what’s the best way to do that? Chord dictionaries might be handy references but there’s no context (and really, when’s the last time you looked at one of those?).
Theory and harmony instructionals are filled with chord construction strategies and applications and we highly recommend digging as deep into the science of chords as your left brain will allow you.
However, learning new chords, progressions, applications and right-hand techniques in a musical context (songs, etudes, jamming with other players, etc.) is the most popular approach and that is the educational premise behind Brad’s Carlton’s Chord Studies course seres.
Each edition of Chord Studies features 15 play-along and jammable chord studies, which are focused on a particular chord type, chord progression or chord application. While Brad does touch on rhythmic qualities, this is not a rhythm guitar course — these studies are specifically designed to significantly expand your chord know-how and vocabulary.
Brad covers a range of styles, levels , chord types and progressions across 10 editions: CAGED Chords, Jazz Blues Progressions, Open String Chords, Rock and Pop Progressions, Slow Blues Progressions, Evolving Blues, Evolving Triads, Slash Chords, Power Chords and Beginner Chords.
Each of the 15 Studies within an edition includes an overview from Brad followed by a performance and play-along of the chord study over a rhythm track. Chord grid charts and a chord lead sheet accompanies each study. Plus, you’ll get all of the practice rhythm tracks to work with on your own.
Reference the chord charts to become familiar with the voicings and their fingerings, and then use the lead sheet to play-along with Brad’s video performance. Try different rhythmic patterns over the supplied rhythm tracks and then take it all to your own playlist of songs and jam tracks.
RuntimE: 1Hour 43Minutes
About Mark Stefani's Jazzed Blues
Contextual approach to jazz blues guitar phrasing and soloing
About Mark Stefani
Mark Stefani, son of noted West Coast jazz trombonist Roy Stefani, has devoted most of his life to music. He began playing the guitar in 1969, and was inspired by his father along with Bay Area jazz ...
Release Date
May 8th, 2004
Mark Stefani, top-notch solo guitar player with a pedigree a mile long, is also one the most prolific and well-rounded guitar instructors we have the pleasure of working with.
Mark's interactive chord melody course, Chord Melody Cafe, remains at the top of our charts and his monthly lessons always rank in our top ten.
Jazzed Blues, another interactive video course from Stefani, focuses solely on developing a vocabulary of versatile jazzed blues phrases for use as solo building blocks. The course is ideal for intermediate to advanced players.
Most players are comfortable soloing over a wide variety of blues grooves but freeze up when things get a bit jazzed – Jazzed Blues fixes that. Here's how it works …
The lessons are organized into sets of versatile jazzed blues phrases.
The phrases are demonstrated in context against various jam tracks across several jazzed blues feels.
Each phrase is broken down note-by-note with fingerings and technical tips to help players nail the phrase.
Runtime; 2hours 36minutes
About Mark Stefani's Chord Melody Cafe
Intermediate to advanced chord melody arrangements for jazz guitar
About Mark Stefani
Mark Stefani, son of noted West Coast jazz trombonist Roy Stefani, has devoted most of his life to music. He began playing the guitar in 1969, and was inspired by his father along with Bay Area jazz ...
Release Date
Oct 15th, 2004
Mark Stefani, a top-notch solo guitar player with a pedigree a mile long, is also one of the most prolific and well-rounded guitar instructors we have the pleasure of working with. Mark's recent TrueFire course, Jazzed Blues, remains at the top of our charts and his monthly lessons always rank in the top ten. Chord Melody Cafe, an interactive video course, focuses solely on chord melody for intermediate to advanced and pro players.
The course leverages TrueFire's new interactive video quick-learning system to get players up and running quickly without hours of tedious theory and exercises.
Chord Melody Cafe is a hands-on playing course, which guides the student through 15 chord melody arrangements of familiar pop and jazz tunes.
Here's how Chord Melody Cafe is presented:
- All 15 arrangements are broken down into bite-size chunks through a series of interactive video lesson segments.
- Video segments demonstrate the part as written and then breaks it down note-by-note, voicing-by-voicing.
- The instructor also demonstrates alternate voicings and provides tips on technique and presentation.
- Most importantly, you will learn how to develop your "voice" and craft your own chord melody arrangements.
- A text description overviews the tune and provides background on chord melody and solo guitar.
- Power Tab is included (interactive tablature), so you can see, hear and slow down the tablature and notation.
Runtime: 4hours 9minutes

Формат: mp4
Видео кодек: H.264
Аудио кодек: AAC
Видео: AVC, 864x486 16:9, 25.000 fps, ~ 300 Kbps
Аудио: AAC, 44.0 KHz, ~ 192.0 Kbps, 2 channels
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