This book features master jazz guitarist Mike Allemana playing twelve bebop style etudes. Also includes the author (Greg Fishman) playing each etude on tenor saxophone. This allows the student the choice of playing along with Mike (guitar) or Greg (tenor). This is the only book on the market with this unique feature. Book also features tablature with Mike Allemana's own fingerings! This book includes twelve bebop style etudes, based on blues, rhythm changes and standard chord progressions. There are three play-along tracks for each etude. The first track features Mike Allemana playing the etude with the rhythm section. The second track features Greg Fishman playing the etude on tenor saxophone with the rhythm section. The third track features the rhythm section only, with extra choruses built in for soloing.
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Saxophonist and flutist Greg Fishman is an accomplished performer, recording artist, author, teacher and clinician. Born in Chicago in 1967, he began playing professionally at age fourteen. Greg graduated from DePaul University in Chicago with a degree in Jazz Performance, and earned a Masters Degree in Jazz Pedagogy from Northwestern University. He is among the foremost experts on the music of Stan Getz and is the author of three Getz transcription books published by Hal Leonard. His self-published books, Jazz Saxophone Etudes, Jazz Saxophone Duets, and Jazz Trumpet Duets are in circulation world- wide and have been endorsed by top educators and jazz performers, including Michael Brecker, Jerry Coker and Phil Woods. Greg is a contributing author of jazz theory articles for Jazz Improv magazine, JAZZed, Chicago Jazz Magazine, IAJE Jazz Educators Journal, and was featured on the cover of Saxophone Journal, for whom he also writes. He is the author of the liner notes for the Verve reissue of the Getz recording The Steamer. Greg has toured and performed worldwide with his own group, and with such artists as Phil Woods, the Woody Herman Band, Louis Bellson, Slide Hampton, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy, Clark Terry, Jackie and Roy, Don Menza, Ira Sullivan, Judy Roberts, Jeremy Monteiro, Jimmy Heath, Lou Donaldson, HarryAllen, Jeff Hamilton, Eddie Higgins, and Benny Golson. Greg is the co-founder, along with Brazilian guitarist/vocalist, Paulinho Garcia, of the award-winning duo known as Two for Brazil. They perform worldwide, and have recorded five CDs. Greg's additional discography features jazz releases in the U.S., Singapore, and Japan. In addition to clubs and concerts in the U.S., Greg has been featured at the Concord-Fujitsu jazz festival in Japan, the NorthSea Jazz Festival in the Netherlands, and in numerous concerts in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, China and Israel. Greg teaches jazz master classes and college workshops nationally and internationally, and is on the faculty of the Jamey Aebersold Summer Jazz Workshop. When not on tour, Greg is based in the Chicago and Phoenix areas where he performs locally and teaches at Greg Fishman Jazz Studios. ...His solos areshrewdly conceived yet delivered with apparent ease and elegance. He develops harmonies that sometimes startle the ear as he forges lines that take unexpected twists and turns... Chicago Tribune Greg Fishman dares to explore new musical heights. Every lesson in Greg s books is a must for all musicians, and this latest book is no exception. Greg, you ve done a beautiful, musical thing again! James MoodyReview:
I encourage the jazz guitar students at the University of North Texas to emulate tenor saxophonists. Greg Fishman's book, Jazz Guitar Etudes, contains idiomatic bebop lines and will be a great tool for any guitar teacher with aspiring jazz guitarists. Thanks, Greg! --Fred Hamilton, professor of jazz guitar, University of North Texas
These are great solos and etudes! I'm always telling my guitar students to learn lines and phrasing from horn players, and Greg Fishman's book is perfect for this approach. The book is nicely done and very well laid out. --Corey Christiansen Professor of Guitar, Utah State University, Visiting Professor, Indiana University
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