BERT LIGON CONNECTING CHORDS LINEAR HARMONY PDF

Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony book by Bert Ligon to learn genuine improvisation. Read lessons, techniques and more. I haven’t had a chance to go through this book yet but I’ve heard about it from a lot of different people. Not just this book, but others by Bert Ligon. Many of. Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony by Bert Ligon, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Vonnecting haven’t had a chance to go through this book yet but I’ve heard about it from a lot of different people.

In any event, have a look at the materials at his site. I also try to learn and incorporate licks and phrases I like since they often especially by the masters exhibit the effective use of the above techniques guide tones, voice leading, etc. Volume 4 is by Jeff Brent, a jazz pianist, composer, teacher, and author of “Modalogy” and other acclaimed jazz theory and education books.

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Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony

Once you learn the harmony and melody in one key, work it through the other keys. Brian Carr rated it really liked it Aug 08, Refresh and try again. It’s the most important element since it is what differentiates one tune from another with the same chords, etc. Anton Kosachev rated it it was amazing Jun 26, One develops a sense for where one is inside a longer melodic line — and that has been very valuable to me, since I normally felt I was just “somewhere” in the scale or arp.

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Review: Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony by Bert Ligon

I’ve just been sitting here running through outline number 1 and it’s basic variations. I’ll do as you suggest and start a notebook. In any sense, I’m starting to work out tunes in many if not all keys. You can always double time these lines later for 16 but the 8th note line that moves through the changes landing strong keeps the listener connevting the player interesting and solid. Chris Matthews rated it really liked it Jun 23, Books like this are as much or more about opening your ears to possibilities.

Schuyler rated it really liked it Dec 30, Keeps your head out of the book. Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony.

Review: Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony by Bert Ligon

At our weekly jam session, I find I know my scales most of them well enough to play something over everything. To see what your friends chofds of this book, please sign up.

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I try to play off the melody. Dave rated it really liked it Nov 27, You only go around once, and this ain’t no rehearsal – Henri Selmer. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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The tune is in F and there is an E7 11 you want to play on Chances are, if there is a “2” to “5” movement, it is likely that it is ii to some kind of V7. A cool bass player told me one time that some lines that are hip won’t resonate with you even if they are a trane line whatever. Paperbackpages. A study of three basic outlines used in jazz improv and composition, based on a study of hundreds of examples from great jazz artists.

Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony Not familiar with the book but it sounds ligpn you’re doing it right. I have practiced the patterns and variations using BIAB sequences going through all major and minor ii-V-I’s with 1 2 chords to a bar and 2 1 chord to a bar and, of course, using l.

You practice those favorite lines in other keys but eventually with this book you will begin to play your own lines. Alex Pisano rated it really liked it Sep 08,

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