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ByrneJazz Releases Linear Jazz Improvisation "Polytonal Triad Etudes (Book 5)"

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Jazz Artist/Educator Ed Byrne's new advanced improvisation book is now available!

ByrneJazz.com announces the release of Ed Byrne's new jazz improvisation method, Linear Jazz Improvisation Polytonal Triad Etudes."

New! Linear Jazz Improvisation: Polytonal Triad Etudes (Book 5)

This book offers enough advanced modern vocabulary to keep you occupied for at least a year! It begins with an 8-bar pantonal line based on triads, and then develops it in a variety of mind-blowing ways. Learn to sing and play it ~ along with its sound files.

You will find many developments of an angular 8-measure line comprised of major (Part 1) or minor (Part 2) triads, both of which are transposed pantonally.

Several methods of motive development are also employed here, including various forms of transposition, non-functional chord succession, retrograde, retrograde inversion, mirror, fragmentation, sequencing, and mixing and matching.



Product Details:

Convenient e-book format or spiral-bound hard copy available
Clear, concise text
30 pages
Available for all instruments/voices
Free Finale & mp3 sound files
Free e-mail support & blog

View sample pages and listen to a finale sound samples.

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