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MSRP: Old Price $28.00 Discounted Price $26.60 Save : $1.40 (5%)

MSRP: Old Price $28.00 Discounted Price $26.60 Save : $1.40 (5%)
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The easiest tunes from Horace Silver, Eddie Harris, Freddie Hubbard, Red Garland, Cannonball Adderley, Sonny Rollins, Cedar Walton, Wes Montgomery and more.

Get yourself or your beginning jazz combo sounding good right away with the first fake book ever designed for the beginning improviser:
    •  Easy, but classic jazz tunes give the student a good start in learning the jazz repertoire. See the complete tune list below. •  Sample piano voicings, guitar chord diagrams, sample bass lines and useful scales for improvisation are included with each tune, for easy reference. (See sample tune) •  Developed and road-tested for years at the Stanford Jazz Workshop's summer jazz camps. It works! •  Each song will sound good played in rock, funk or Latin styles, as well as swing. •  Perfect for individual students of all ages, as well as jazz combos. •  A great resource for music teachers and band directors.
Songs include:
    •  Bags' Groove •  Big Bertha •  Blue Seven •  Blues By Five •  Blues In The Closet •  Cold Duck Time •  Contemplation •  Doxy •  Edward Lee •  Equinox •  Freedom Jazz Dance •  Gingerbread Boy •  Groove Merchant •  Jive Samba •  Jo Jo Calypso •  Killer Joe •  Listen Here •  Little Sunflower •  Mercy, Mercy, Mercy •  Midnight Waltz •  Mr. P.C. •  One For Daddy-O •  Red's Good Groove •  Revelation •  Road Song •  Short Stuff •  Shoshana •  Sir John •  Sister Sadie •  So Danco Samba •  Song For My Father •  Sonnymoon For Two •  St. James Infirmary •  St. Thomas •  Straight Life •  Tenor Madness •  Trail Dust •  When The Saints Go Marching In •  Work Song •  Yardbird Suite •  Z's Blues

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  • The Real Easy Book


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