Read “The Jazz Bass Book Technique and Tradition” by John Goldsby with Rakuten Kobo. (Book). More than a player’s manual, this book. The Jazz Bass Book Technique and Tradition By John Goldsby (Foreword by Ron Carter) Goldsby is a respected bass player and Bass Player Magazine. I recommend it strongly. When I have time I’ll post more highlights. Now let’s see, The Jazz Bass Book by John Goldsby, or yet another Simandl Etude. hmmm.
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Form, key centers, and compositional styles The Bill Evans bassists: The companion online audio features bass plus rhythm section which allows readers to hear technical examples from the book, presented in slow and fast versions. This book made me a more well informed player, helped me to put the music I play into context and gave me lots of food for thought.
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Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Ratings and Reviews 1 1 star ratings 1 reviews. John Goldsby is author of two instructional books for bassists, and writes regularly for Bass Player and the German-language Bass Professor.
Creative Comping Concepts for Jazz Guitar. The book is great for bass guitar players – lots of history, different styles of playing etc. Ships from and sold by Amazon. The CD is well done, it has some examples and some songs.
The title should be at bool 4 characters long. The companion CD featuring bass plus rhythm section allows readers to hear technical examples from the book, presented in slow and fast versions. The Basie bassists Yes No Thanks for your feedback! A higest must have from HighSierraBassPlayer! And don’t walk away from this one because you play electric.
More than a player’s manual, this book portrays jazz bass as a vital element of 20th century American music. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. All in all, a very entertaining bbook useful book for jazz bassists of all abilities, and an excellent choice for bedside reading. Foreword, by Ron Carter Preface: How to write a great review.
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Ray Brown’s Bass Method: The companion CD featuring bass plus rhythm section with Goldsby and other top-notch rhythm-section players allows readers to hear technical examples from the book, presented in slow and fast versions.
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Citing examples from key recordings in the jazz canon, the book defines the essence of the musical contributions made by more than 70 important jazz bassists, including Ray Brown, Eddie Gomez, Charles Mingus, Milt Hinton and many others. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Classical Guitar Masterpieces of the 19th Century.
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However there is no link to any audio files on line, so you miss out glldsby the music. Melodic walking bass lines It’s not really a method book, but it does offer some insight into styles and harmonic and rhythmic concepts for the beginning or intermediate jazz bassists.
Jazz Bass Book: Technique and Tradition (Bass Player Musician’s Library series) (Book & CD)
Citing examples from key recordings in the jazz canon, the book defines the essence of the musical contributions made by more than 70 important jazz bassists, including Ray Brown, Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
Would you like us to take another look at this review? It has a short biography of the most important jazz bass players, with some short transcriptions of their style.