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shockingly fat book, very dense and a tough read if you're not already a jazz expert, which I'm not. For jazz players, a great resource. For listeners, probably too detailed.Published 3 months ago by Mr. Twang
Incredible! Huge, thorough, well written work on the process of improvising in Jazz. From the musicians first steps onwards.Published 4 months ago by JustAnotherGuy
A serious jazz studies. I'm glad to have these book, It analyses the main basis of the most wonderful music in the world : JazzPublished 8 months ago by Juan Jose angulo
I am no jazz musician. In fact, I am not a musician at all and musical theory seems to pass beyond my understanding altogether. Read morePublished 15 months ago by M. A. Blizard
Just the type of jazz improvisational material I wanted. Easy to understand, with many quotes and references for noted jazz artist and educators.Published 18 months ago by angela b anderson
Probably my own fault for not carefully reading the description, reviews, etc. I hoped for something that would help me become a better improviser. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by Alan Zisman