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Un nuevo enfoque de la articulación basado en la escucha e imitación del lenguaje rítmico de los grandes músicos del jazz



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  • Ensemble: Solo.
    Duos: .
  • Genres: Musical education: Instrument pedagogy; Instrument methods.
    Modern music: Blues; Jazz.
  • Language: Español / Castellano
  • Product format: Libro
  • Difficulty level: Intermediate
  • Period: 2nd half S. XX - XXI
  • Publishing house: Editorial Boileau
  • No. of pages: 88
  • Measure: 31,00 x 23,00 cm
  • ISBN: 978-84-17199-80-7
  • ISMN: 979-0-3503-4300-1
  • Available in digital: No
  • Available for rent: No
Can the violin be fully integrated into jazz? My answer is yes, and that is why I propose this methodology.
Its bases are listening, transcribing and imitating, and this is the way to gradually fall more in love with jazz: through the knowledge and experience of the music itself. Everything I propose, therefore, is based on the imitation and transcription of the jazz language. There will come a time, sooner or later, when you will notice that jazz and the possibility of being able to improvise and create fills your life, and you will want to dedicate more and more hours to it.
While I was training as a jazz musician in a big band, I came to miss some violin references that came close to the way of playing of the musicians I had in mind when I thought about this style (Chet Baker, Dexter Gordon, Ben Webster, Lester Young, Bill Evans, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and a very long etcetera). Adapting their solos in transcriptions led me to search for an articulation that would allow me to imitate their rhythmic aspects by adapting them to the violin technique so that they would sound the same.
I have written this methodology for you, for violinists and string players who want to enter the world of jazz, for those of you who already dedicate a lot of time to it but want to study this language from another rhythmic perspective, and for teachers who need a new tool to help your students understand the violin as an instrument integrated into jazz.
Èlia Bastida

Cómo trabajar con esta metodología
Leyenda de símbolos
Breve apunte histórico sobre el violín en el jazz

1. ¡Swing!
2. Bouncing del arco
3. Corcheas swingadas
4. Negra con punto y corchea
5. Ghost notes
6. Negras swingadas
7. Tresillos

First Swinging Steps
Anaclet’s Mood
Violin Blues
Dàhlia’s Song

Melodías y solos transcritos:
Primer nivel (melodías)
Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise (Sigmund Romberg)
I’m Confessin’ (Chris Smith)
The Last Time I Saw Paris (Jerome Kern)
Tenor Madness (Sonny Rollins)
Alone Together (Arthur Schwartz)

Segundo nivel (solos):
But Not For Me (Chet Baker)
Virgili’s Blues (Jon-Erik Kellso)
Did You Call Her Today? (Harry “Sweets” Edison)
Slow Boat to China (Scott Hamilton)
Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise (Bill Hardman)
Autumn Leaves (Chet Baker)

Tercer nivel (solos):
Tin Tin Deo (Scott Hamilton)
Confirmation (Dexter Gordon)
Groovin’ High (Sonny Stitt)
You’re My Everything (Freddie Hubbard)
Cherokee (Charlie Parker)

Transcripción de dos solos de la autora:
The Good Life
Que Reste-t-il De Nos Amours?

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