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Synopsis : YAMAGUCHI Improvisation Method written by Masaya Yamaguchi, published by Masaya Music which was released on 2012-09-23. Download YAMAGUCHI Improvisation Method Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. ... Be ( Wheelin ' and Dealin ' ( 1957-09-20 ] ) Traneing In < w / bridge > ( Traneing In ( 1957-08-23 ] ) Trane's Blues < John Paul Jones > ( Workin ' [ 1956-05-11 ] ) Trane's Slo Blues ( Lush Life [ 1957-08-16 ] ) Wheelin ' ( Wheelin ... -- The motivation for the YAMAGUCHI improvisation method was to develop my The Complete Thesaurus of Musical Scales and delve into my findings about music education. I do not have any aspiration to write the best-selling how to improvise textbook, but I did have the perspiration required to complete the best content improvisation method book available to any instrumentalist. My main priorities are to boost teaching quality as well as general academic standards in music pedagogy. The YAMAGUCHI improvisation method is also intended to answer musicians demands for my lessons (This textbook price is more reasonable than one-time private lesson fee). With my original method revealed in this book, you will be able to activate, in your music, The Complete Thesaurus of Musical Scales, Symmetrical Scales for Jazz Improvisation, Pentatonicism in Jazz: Creative Aspects and Practice, and Lexicon of Geometric Patterns for Jazz Improvisation. The motto of the YAMAGUCHI Improvisation Method is, "Search not for the tracks of the people of old, Search for that which they aspired to." Keep stimulating your interests by researching the past, and searching within yourself. I hope that the YAMAGUCHI Improvisation Method will guide you to become a complete artist. GOOD LUCK!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-09-23 - Publisher: Masaya Music
The motivation for the YAMAGUCHI improvisation method was to develop my The Complete Thesaurus of Musical Scales and delve into my findings about music education. I do not have any aspiration to write the best-selling how to improvise textbook, but I did have the perspiration required to complete the best content improvisation method book available to any instrumentalist. My main priorities are to boost teaching quality as well as general academic standards in music pedagogy. The YAMAGUCHI improvisation method is also intended to answer musicians demands for my lessons (This textbook price is more reasonable than one-time private lesson fee). With my original method revealed in this book, you will be able to activate, in your music, The Complete Thesaurus of Musical Scales, Symmetrical Scales for Jazz Improvisation, Pentatonicism in Jazz: Creative Aspects and Practice, and Lexicon of Geometric Patterns for Jazz Improvisation. The motto of the YAMAGUCHI Improvisation Method is, "Search not for the tracks of the people of old, Search for that which they aspired to." Keep stimulating your interests by researching the past, and searching within yourself. I hope that the YAMAGUCHI Improvisation Method will guide you to become a complete artist. GOOD LUCK!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-05-02 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The title of the book is Poetry on a Personal Note. It will have about one hundred poems that relate to church programs, birthdays, newborns, graduation, get-well poetry, retirees, weddings, funerals, anniversaries, family reunions, and more. These poems are written based on personal relationships with family, friends, coworkers, church family, and community colleagues. I enjoy writing all kinds of poetry, so this book will have a wide variety. I love to write poetry for others to help uplift their spirits. It relaxes me as well when I write. This is why I chose the title Poetry on a Personal Note.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-04-15 - Publisher: Triumph Books
Most Brewers fans have enjoyed a beer and a brat at Miller Park, proudly sported a hat with the iconic ball-in-glove logo, and listened to Bob Uecker call a game. Names like Pete Yuckovich and Gorman Thomas are just as familiar as Robin Yount and Paul Molitor. But even the most die-hard fans don't know everything about their beloved Brewers. In 100 Things Brewers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die, Tom Haudricourt has assembled the facts, traditions, and achievements sure to educate and entertain true fans. Do you know which player regularly stopped by tailgates before games? Which pitcher worked as a garbageman before joining the Brewers? And why was Uecker's first scouting report covered in mashed potatoes and gravy? All of the key figures and events are here: Bud Selig's purchase of the Seattle Pilots in 1970; Harvey's Wallbangers of the early 1980s; the 2011 NL Central title, and even the team's recent development under manager Craig Counsell.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-11-04 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Surprise! You may never have thought the time would come-or else you've successfully resisted thinking about it - but your daughter's getting married! What does this mean for you? Engagement parties? Rehearsal dinners? Destination weddings? With these thoughts and many others filling your head, you've got to be prepared to handle any situation-from requests for obscene amounts of money to dealing with your new in-laws. The Everything Father of the Bride Book shows you how to: Keep the bride cool and collected Create a workable budget that everyone can agree on Use diplomacy to figure out who pays for what Smooth over family disagreements with tact and grace Make sure that, above all, everyone is having fun! If you can't stop thinking about how much you have to do before it's time for your daughter to say, "I do," The Everything Father of the Bride Book is the perfect guide to help get you to the church on time, too!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-04-01 - Publisher: University of Texas Press
Founded in a working-class neighborhood in southeast Houston in 1941, Gold Star/SugarHill Recording Studios is a major independent studio that has produced a multitude of influential hit records in an astonishingly diverse range of genres. Its roster of recorded musicians includes Lightnin’ Hopkins, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Junior Parker, Clifton Chenier, Sir Douglas Quintet, 13th Floor Elevators, Freddy Fender, Kinky Friedman, Ray Benson, Guy Clark, Lucinda Williams, Beyoncé and Destiny’s Child, and many, many more. In House of Hits, Andy Bradley and Roger Wood chronicle the fascinating history of Gold Star/SugarHill, telling a story that effectively covers the postwar popular music industry. They describe how Houston’s lack of zoning ordinances allowed founder Bill Quinn’s house studio to grow into a large studio complex, just as SugarHill’s willingness to transcend musical boundaries transformed it into of one of the most storied recording enterprises in America. The authors offer behind-the-scenes accounts of numerous hit recordings, spiced with anecdotes from studio insiders and musicians who recorded at SugarHill. Bradley and Wood also place significant emphasis on the role of technology in shaping the music and the evolution of the music business. They include in-depth biographies of regional stars and analysis of the various styles of music they represent, as well as a list of all of Gold Star/SugarHill’s recordings that made the Billboard charts and extensive selected historical discographies of the studio’s recordings.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-05-27 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
Foleytown is a special placea place where there is always a shortage of money but never a shortage of laughs. Follow the children of the large, financially struggling Foley clan as they navigate through bloody pomegranate fights, epic games of Christmas Card War, homemade bridesmaid dresses, fears of itinerant serial killers, and the cherished summer tradition they called Prune-Why-Oh all while learning how to grow up in a very unfashionable part of California.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-11-01 - Publisher: Indiana University Press
A history of sketch comedy on American television and analysis of what it says about American culture and society. In Sketch Comedy: Identity, Reflexivity, and American Television, Nick Marx examines some of the genre’s most memorable?and controversial?moments from the early days of television to the contemporary line-up. Through explorations of sketches from well-known shows such as Saturday Night Live, The State, Inside Amy Schumer, Key & Peele, and more, Marx argues that the genre has served as a battleground for the struggle between comedians who are pushing the limits of what is possible on television and network executives who are more mindful of the financial bottom line. Whether creating new catchphrases or transgressing cultural taboos, sketch comedies give voice to marginalized performers and audiences, providing comedians and viewers opportunities to test their own ideas about their place in society, while simultaneously echoing mainstream cultural trends. The result, Marx suggests, is a hilarious and flexible form of identity play unlike anything else in American popular culture and media. “An excellent study of a long-neglected area in television/media studies and is part of a larger turn toward the centrality of comedy in post-war U.S. culture.” —Jeffrey Sconce, Northwestern University “A stalwart of television . . . sketch comedy finally gets the in-depth critical attention it deserves . . . Marx shows how sketch comedy has fit (and been constrained by) TV’s industrial contexts, from live variety shows in its earliest days to movement across media in the era of multiple platforms. These case studies not only chart sketch comedy’s past, they provide the theoretical and analytical tools to consider its future.” —Ethan Thompson, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc
The author discusses problems that short-circuit our prayers, and shows how God wants to do even more than we ask. This primer in the art of contrition will whet your appetite for God and revitalize your prayer life.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-11-11 - Publisher: Archway Publishing
The summer of 1744 in England is dry; with crops beginning to fail, poaching is the only alternative to starvation, even though it is illegal and carries a heavy punishment. As sixteen-year-old Jonathan Swift carefully slides through dry brush in the dark, he hopes to bag some game to help feed his family. As a branch cracks nearby, Jonathan suddenly realizes he is not alone. Moments later, he manages to shed his pursuer and arrives home, shaken. His escape is temporary, however, and events will soon take a turn that changes the direction of Jonathan’s life forever. Frustrated when they cannot catch him in the act of poaching, the squire’s men ambush Jonathan and leave him for dead on a Royal Navy ship. Although he has never been on a ship before, Swift finds he is a new member of HMS Winchester’s company. Unaccustomed to disciplined shipboard life and without friends, family, or security, he soon realizes that he must persevere or die. In this historical tale, a young man pressed into the navy discovers that his destiny is more dangerous than he ever imagined when he finds himself in the midst of an attack on the most formidable fort in North America.
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999-10-07 - Publisher: Alfred Music
The Giants of Jazz series is designed to provide a method for studying, analyzing, imitating and assimilating the idiosyncratic and general facets of the styles of various jazz giants. The Jazz Style of John Coltrane provides many transcriptions, plus discography, biographical data, style traits, genealogy, and bibliography.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-03-01 - Publisher: Triumph Books
In entertaining—and unsparing—fashion, this book sparkles with Tigers highlights, lowlights, wonderful and wacky memories, legends and goats, the famous and the infamous. You'll relive the impressive run to the World Series in 2006 but also the horrendous years, when Tigers were in the cellar of their division. The clutch hitting of Kirk Gibson in the 1984 World Series but also the disastrous 2003 season.The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly: Detroit Tigersincludes the best and worst Tiger teams and players of all time, the most clutch performances and performers, the biggest choke jobs and chokers, great comebacks and blown leads, plus overrated and underrated Tiger players and coaches. There are Tigers you loved for all the right reasons, and those you couldn't stand, sublime and embarrassing records, and trades, both savvy and savagely bad. Brawls and fights. Rivalries. Compelling photos. And much, much more.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-06-06 - Publisher: Doubleday
He was always elusive, on and off the stand; like his music, he was constantly moving, incessantly changing. Just as Charlie Parker stood astride the jazz world of the late 40s and 50s, so did John Coltrane in the late 50s and 60s. Trane was a giant of the saxophone and a major composer. His music also influenced rock and classical musicians, such as Roger McGuinn and David Amram. Yet he was more than a musician; there was a mystical quality, a profound melancholy that emanated from this quiet, self-contained man and moved listeners, some of whom knew little of music but heard something beyond music’s boundaries from the sounds his saxophone created. Many even had their lives changed as a result. J. C. Thomas traces John Coltrane’s life and career from his North Carolina childhood through his apprenticeship under Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk, and Miles Davis, culminating in the saxophonist’s classic quartet that played to steadily increasing audiences throughout America, England, and Japan. The author has drawn on the recollections of those who knew Coltrane best—boyhood friends, band members like Elvin Jones, spiritual mentors like Ravi Shankar, and the women who loved him. Chasin’ The Trane is the story of a man who struggled against drug addiction, studied African and Eastern music and philosophy, admired Einstein’s expanding universe and the shimmering sounds a harp makes, and left behind the enduring legacy of a master musician who was also a beautiful man.