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THE REAL BOOK PLAY ALONG

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PLAY ALONG REAL BOOK A Night in Tunisia-Dizzy Gillespie-play along with Latin Groove. by Learn Afro Blue - Backing track / Play-along. 11 products Today's best way to practice jazz! Accurate, easy-to-read lead sheets and professional, customizable audio tracks accessed online for 10 songs. Three Play-Along CDs of tunes in The New Real Book, Vol.1, featuring world- class rhythm sections. Now on iTunes and site!.


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The Real Book Play-Along series was developed for just that purpose. Combining the amazing charts of the Real Book with audio tracks of a killer rhythm. The Real Book: Sixth Edition by Hal Leonard Corporation Plastic Comb $ The Real Book - Volume 2: USB Flash Drive Backing Track Edition. It's a USB that contains a large number of the songs from the The Real Book, Volume 1. 1 (Backing Tracks) [Real Book Version]. By Midifine Systems. • 24 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. A Beautiful Friendship (Backing Mix) - Play Along Version.

Subscribe One of the most common issues that beginning jazz guitarists run into is how to read from a fake book and properly interpret jazz chord symbols. In this lesson, you will learn how lead sheet changes are written. You will add chord colors and tensions to basic chord changes, and learn a sample comping study to help you take these ideas into your playing. Instead, they use m9, 7b9, 13, maj6, and other chord colors and tensions to decorate these changes. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to play from a fake book, understand the changes, and comp over them in a musical and practical fashion.

For example: If you see a G7 chord and you decide to add a 13th, that could cause a clash if a b7 is played in the melody. If you put a 13 on the top of your chord the note E and the singer sings the b7 F , that half-step interval between you and them will cause an unwanted dissonance that might not sound good to the audience and make it hard for the melodist to tune at the same time.

If you see a C major chord and you play a 7 on top of your chord B , while the singer sings a 1 C.

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The half-step interval between B and C will cause dissonance. Here is an example of how you would look at a melody line and let the notes of the melody decide which chord colors you play.

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Doing this slowly with a lead sheet at first will then allow you to do this in real time during a jam or gig. Adding Chord Subs to Lead Sheet Changes Along with chord colors and tensions, you can also add chord substitutions to any chord progression you are reading through. You can also use other chord substitutions over common changes, such as playing iii-VI-ii-V over a I-vi-ii-V turnaround, or Countdown subs over ii-V-I chord changes in the style of John Coltrane.

Here is a sample of a tritone sub being applied to the first 8 bars of Autumn Leaves, over the V7 chord in bar 3 and bar 6 of the changes.

In this study, you will see how the chord changes are written in a lead sheet style, but the chords have been colored. Rhythm section accompaniment for tunes in Vol Stereo separation can eliminate bass or piano.

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Over 40 minutes of music on each CD. Real Book Vol.

Real Book 6th Edition Play Along Backing Tracks

Now available. Play-along CDs to some of the most popular songs featured in the world-famous Real Books. Note the inclusion of the saxes after bassoon for this band work.

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Note also that the separate euphonium part is attached to trombone with a plus sign. For orchestral music, saxes are at the end see Saxophones below. Multiples, if any, are not shown in this system.

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The numbers represent only distinct parts, not the number of copies of a part. Example 3 - MacKenzie: a fictional work, by the way. Note: This system lists Horn before Trumpet. This is standard orchestral nomenclature.