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Music Theory for the Bass Player: A Comprehensive and Hands-on Guide to Playing with More Confidence and Freedom Paperback – August 25, 2015
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About the Author
Austrian Ariane Cap is a bassist, pianist, educator, author, blogger, writer and composer living in California. An eclectic and versatile musician, she has covered many styles, live and in the studio. Collaborators include Grammy award-winning producer Keith Olsen, finger style guitar virtuoso Muriel Anderson, German flamenco duo Tierra Negra, Celtic rock band Tempest, Austrian funk artists The Mozart Band, Latin disco stars Generation Esmeralda, kindie rock sensation The Sippy Cups and Cirque du Soleil. As a leader, Ariane has teamed up with innovative jazz bassoonist Paul Hanson to create the critically-acclaimed chamber jazz duo, OoN. Her education includes diverse institutions such as the Academy of Music in Vienna, Austria, and the University of Miami, as well as inspiring studies with Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, Kai Eckhardt, Michael Manring, Carol Kaye and Chuck Rainey. The founder and director of Step Up Music Vallejo, she also teaches at the California Jazz Conservatory and has facilitated and lead numerous classes, seminars and workshops at schools and universities. Ariane is also an educator for the online study powerhouse Truefire. She has taught and created online classes for the Academy of Art University – San Francisco, and was on faculty for the Golden Gate Bass Camp, among others. Ariane has been featured for her eclectic virtuosity, innovative playing techniques as well as her solid and infectious groove skills in Bass Player Magazine, BassQuarterly.de, Bass Musician Magazine and others. An in-demand and multi-faceted performer, she aims to pass on what the serious bassist needs to succeed in today’s diverse and challenging musical landscape. Ariane’s keen interest in optimizing practice habits and years of experience instructing individuals and groups have resulted in a concise and focused teaching style that offers highly effective learning methods that get results.
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P.S. She is an incredible bassist herself. Seriously.
What would make it absolutely perfect if it was spiral-bound. I'll be working on sevenths and it will flip back to thirds. I have it at my desk but imagine the same occurs on a music stand.