{Prime} Episode 1 (Melodic Arpeggios and Triad Combining for Bass) (English Edition) Author John Patitucci – Andy-palmer.co.uk

Episode 1 (Melodic Arpeggios and Triad Combining for Bass) (English Edition) These Arpeggio Exercises, Which John Patitucci Has Developed Over The Course Of Ten Years, Are Designed To Take The Tedium Out Of These Crucial Building Blocks, To Make Them Fun And Engaging For Intermediate To Advanced PlayersAbout John Patitucci John Patitucci Has Been At The Forefront Of The Jazz World For The Last Years And Active In All Styles Of Music He Is A Three Time Grammy Award Winner, Has Been Nominated Over Times And Has Played On Many Other Grammy Award Winning Recordings Johns Latest CD, Remembrance, Features Saxophonist Joe Lovano And Drummer Brian Blade Both Remembrance And Johns Release, Line By Line, Were Nominated For Grammys For Best Instrumental Jazz Album In , As A Member Of The Wayne Shorter Quartet, John Won A Grammy For Best Instrumental Jazz Album John Was Also Nominated For A Grammy In For Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying A Vocal, And In For Best Instrumental Composition For A Piece Entitled Communion Which Features Branford Marsalis, Brad Mehldau, And Violist Lawrence Dutton Of The Emerson String Quartet John Has Won Many Magazine Polls And Awards As A Double Bassist And Bass Guitarist He Has Performed And Or Recorded With Jazz Giants Such As Dizzy Gillespie, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Stan Getz, Freddie Hubbard, Roy Haynes, Wynton Marsalis, Michael Brecker, Kenny Garrett, Victor Feldman, Nancy Wilson, And Countless Others John Has Been Active As A Composer With Thirteen Solo Recordings Of His Own He Has Also Been Commissioned To Write For Various Chamber Music Groups British Composer Mark Anthony Turnage Wrote A Bass Concerto For John A Prayer Out Of Stillness , Which Had Its Premiere Performances In With The Swedish Chamber Orchestra, The Estonian National Symphony And The Scottish Chamber Orchestra And In With The Trondheim Symphony Of Norway And The St Louis Symphony The Scottish Chamber Orchestra Performance Was Featured On A Live Broadcast By The BBC Throughout Europe John Will Perform This Piece In February With The London Symphony Orchestra John Has Been Involved In Education For Many Years, Writing Books, Making Instructional Videos, And Giving Master Classes Around The World His Latest Instructional Book Is Melodic Arpeggios And Triad Combining For Bass, Published By David Gage String Instruments In February John Was Formerly The Artistic Director Of The Bass Collective, A Specialized School In New York From , He Was A Professor Of Music At The City College Of New York John Is Currently Artist In Residence At Berklee College Of Musics Global Jazz Institute In , John Also Launched His Interactive Online Bass School Through ArtistWorks Artistworks Finds John Very Active Playing, Recording, Composing, And Concertizing

11 thoughts on “Episode 1 (Melodic Arpeggios and Triad Combining for Bass) (English Edition)

  1. R. PERRY R. PERRY says:

    Refreshingly clear and very useful A hard copy would be useful for those none tablet owners.

  2. Professor Dave Professor Dave says:

    Good exercises but difficult to Practice from a Kindel Patitucci s book needs to be available in a print edition Until then, I suggest copying each one onto staff paper in order to Practice At only 4.99, the Kindle version is a good deal, but I would preferably pay for a print version.

  3. Philip Philip says:

    If you re looking to improve your facility over your instrument, look no further than this book The exercises contained inside aid in the mastery if the most challenging aspect of playing our delightful instrument shifting Other exercises will deepen your understanding of harmony and ability to hear it a jazz context.

  4. Brian T. Clem Brian T. Clem says:

    Good material Reading on my 12.2 tablet is pointless. Music is way too small Only using 1 2 the tablet and no ability to enlarge Fail on Kindle end.

  5. J. Israel J. Israel says:

    Boring material , not much of a lesson of just a diagramNo instruction , no nothing you could google this information for free

  6. Kevin Ellis Kevin Ellis says:

    Great practice for the soloing bassist John put time into this book.

  7. Paulo E. Santos Paulo E. Santos says:

    Arpeggios are the key to playing any kind on tonal music, but usually we are stuck at playing a single variation over and over, without any progress This book contributes on suggesting distinct ways for the practice of arpeggios, essential for mastering the doublebass

  8. VMR VMR says:

    This is an inceridibly well thought out set of essential exercises forJazz Bass technique.

  9. Fatstringer Fatstringer says:

    Very useful exercises and ear training tool John has taken his time and has come up with not time consuming exercise that players off all level can use.

  10. parenting-relationships.co Customer parenting-relationships.co Customer says:

    I have used several of John Patitucci s books and have talked with him personally regarding bass playing There is very little difference between these two experiences Besides being one of the finest bass players today, he is also an outstanding music educator who knows how to communicate and write exceptional material to develop bass playing techniques Outstanding

  11. John John says:

    This is not tablature,there is nothing stating otherwise.

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