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Selected Jazz Improvisation Books:

Omnibook
Charlie Parker - Omnibook: For B-flat Instruments


Thinking in Jazz
Thinking in Jazz:

The Infinite Art of Improvisation by Paul F. Berliner
Jazz Improv
Jazz Improv: How to Play It and Teach It
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Improvising Jazz by Jerry Coker
Tonal and Rhythmic Principles : Jazz Improvisation by John Mehegan
Jazz Rhythm and the Improvised Line Jazz Improvisation by John Mehegan
Vol. 3, The II/V7/I Progression: A New Approach To Jazz Improvisation (Book & CD Set) Jamey Aebersold Play-A-Long Series
A New Approach to Jazz Improvisation by Jamey Aebersold (Audio CD)
Jazz Improvisation by David Baker
Modern Jazz Piano : A Study in Harmony by Brian Waite






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Created: April 13, 2003
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In Sax on the Web Jazz saxophone Series:

Rootless Major Chord Shapes

by Tim Price

Tim Price

This is a perfect way to open a chord and make the chord more modern. Listen... study and write some of your own based on mine.

This works fine on other chords, too. Go backů take some of my basic studies and try this root-less approach. Start simple.

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Thank you,
Tim Price


Bird-ology Study

On Bird's Famous "Now's The Time" Lick

This is the Dominant 7th of the Blues and a great exercise through 12 keys

Till next time-
Tim Price


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Tim Price is a Selmer Clinician, professional musician, jazz journalist and author. He teaches in New York City and Pennsylvania.
He holds a degree from the Berklee College of Music in Boston (1973 graduate). While at Berklee, he studied with Charlie Mariano, as well as with Andy McGhee, Joe Viola, and Nick Ciazza. After Berklee he studied saxophone and improvisation with Sal Nistico, Fred Lipsius, Jimmy Lyons, Ray Pizzi, Sonny Stitt, and Ronnie Cuber; flute with Harold Jones; clarinet with Kal Opperman and bassoon with Karen Borca.
Tim resides in Reading, Pennsylvania with his wife, Marcia. He can be contacted for clinics, master classes, private teaching, gigs, and concerts by e-mail. Visit Tim's web site.
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