John goldsby : The Jazz Bass Portable. Pour Contrebasse

John goldsby The Jazz Bass Portable Pour Contrebasse

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    1. NATNAR

      Ce livre est très pédagogique et les exercices s'enchainent avec facilité pour améliorer la technique du walking ou de l'accompagnement. De plus, c'est une excellente approche des styles de différents grands contrebassistes et de l'histoire du jazz en général.

    2. Michael J. Edelman

      This book is essentially an annotated and expanded collection of columns originally published in Bass Player magazine. As such, it's more of a disconnected set of essays than a narrative; the discussion of significant bass players is somewhat spotty, and doesn't go into great detail on their music and style in the way that (for example" Todd Coolman's "The Bass Tradition" does. But it's still both entertaining and educational. The chapters, being mostly self-contained, can be read at random as t [...]

    3. THX1138

      I'll chime in with the previous review. A loose collection of essays with helpful information for aspiring jazz bassists.The biographical information is almost incidental and a getting a bit dated. And there are some rather unnecssary editorial essays at the end telling us what it means to be a good bass player.But those are just quibbles. The musical examples and appended information are what make the book worthwhile. I wouldn't want this to be my primary source for learning jazz bass, but it's [...]

    4. P. Rhode

      OK, if your're like me (HighSierraBassPlayer), you're desparately seeking books, DVD's and cd's with tons of blues and jazz progressions. The material out there is really pretty thin (or maybe I'm just never satisfied like my chronic case of G.A.S. (gear acquisition syndrome). John Goldby's Jazz Bass Handbook is the best source for jazz theory and an excellent resource for the history of jazz as well. After all, most of the songs we practice and perform on today have their beginnings in jazz and [...]

    5. bobdc

      The format of self-contained essays makes the book great for browsing. Someone just getting to know the jazz bass will be hearing a lot of names listed as important bass players (and seeing their names on liner notes), and you can find a nice summary of the context and contribution of each of these guys in this book.The parts in the book about actually playing make it a good companion to a more methodical bass method book, with transcriptions of great players' solos as well as more exercise-orie [...]

    6. Cynthia Plank

      This is a great book- I am a middle school band director who plays some bass, but starts many bass players and I know they will benefit from reading about the famous players covered in this well-written book!

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