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  • Author:
    Barry Galbraith
  • ISBN:
    1562240404
  • ISBN13:
    978-1562240400
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  • Publisher:
    Jamey Aebersold; Pap/Com edition (September 7, 2010)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
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    Music
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BARRY GALBRAITH Jazz Guitar Study Series. Bass parts are to be played on another guitar or taped for playback. Chord symbols are given for regular bass.

BARRY GALBRAITH Jazz Guitar Study Series. Without any of the above, be sure to usea metronome.

Book + CD) Play along with Barry! Contains fifteen 2-part inventions that demonstrates the rich . Only 11 left in stock (more on the way)

Book + CD) Play along with Barry! Contains fifteen 2-part inventions that demonstrates the rich, melodic genius of Bach in his most economical form. Contains position markings. Only 11 left in stock (more on the way).

Book + CD) NOW INCLUDES TAB as well as 'standard' notation! Contains 10 finger/transcribed solos based on 'standard' chord changes by the great Barry Galbraith. Recording contains Mark Slifstein playing the transcribed solos with Milt Hinton on bass and Barry comping behind you. Turn off the Slifstein channel and solo with Barry and Milt comping behind you. Turn off the other channel and comp with Milt behind Mark. Qty: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30. Qty:1. Free Shipping for Prime Members FREE Shipping.

Start by marking Barry Galbraith 3 - Guitar Comping Play-A-Long . Contains jazz voicings and rhythms for a range of standards and blues.

Start by marking Barry Galbraith 3 - Guitar Comping Play-A-Long (Book & CD Set) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Book + CD) An excellent play-a-long set for all instrumentalists from the great recording and studio artist. Bass parts shown in treble clef. Barry on guitar, Milt Hinton on bass. Fun to improvise with.

A~Long Book and CD Set. BARRY GALBRAITH Jazz Guitar Study Serfes "Volume : GUITAR COMPING" Wind B,lu·es, in F!!I!III Ii. .Bass part1J are to be played on another' guitar Oli" taped fiR playback. BARRY GALBRAITH Jazz Guitar Study Serfes "Volume : GUITAR COMPING" Wind B,lu·es, in F!!I!III Ii Iii. ~h iny. Chord symbols are given for regular bass, Without,any oth~~raooo,mpan:inllent". be sure to use a metronome

By Barry Galbraith Guitar Book & CD Level: Intermediate, Advanced Item: 24-BG3. From the great recording artist and studio guitarist Barry Galbraith comes the first comprehensive material on the art of jazz guitar comping

By Barry Galbraith Guitar Book & CD Level: Intermediate, Advanced Item: 24-BG3. From the great recording artist and studio guitarist Barry Galbraith comes the first comprehensive material on the art of jazz guitar comping. This book contains jazz voicings and rhythms for a range of standards and blues, and bass parts are shown in treble clef. The recordings on the play-along CD feature excellent stereo separations, with Barry on guitar and Milt Hinton on bass, making improvisation practice fun! Sample Pages.

I recently bought Barry Galbraith's Play Along With Bach book/CD, published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz. The book includes the 15 Two-Part Inventions arranged for 2 guitars. Anyone else have this book? I plan to work at it a little here and there along with other things I'm working on. The CD features Barry playing both parts on each invention, with stereo separation so you can leave one part out if you wish. Good for reading, single-line technique, ear training (counterpoint), and simply beautiful lines.

Guitar - intermediate, advanced Composed by Barry Galbraith. An excellent play-a-long set for all instrumentalists from the great recording and studio artist. The first comprehensive material on the art of jazz guitar comping. Book and CD. Published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz (J. G3). ISBN 978-1-56224-040-0.

(Book + CD) An excellent play-a-long set for all instrumentalists from the great recording and studio artist. Contains jazz voicings and rhythms for a range of standards and blues. Bass parts shown in treble clef. Barry on guitar, Milt Hinton on bass. Excellent time feel. Fun to improvise with.

Lestony
Highly recommended- like all of Mr. Galbraith's instructional books, this one is a clear winner as well. Mr. Galbraith's instructional books give you that classic, standard jazz sound which is never corny nor unmusical. Like all comping books, this is intended to show you different ideas and from there alter them to your individual taste. Great, great voicings here, good musical choices, and nothing to difficult or outlandish.

A lot of jazz chord and comping books are trying to get you to "minimize the number of chords" you know, and to get you to play only a few different chords. While this is a good approach for beginners, I think in the end, as a jazz comper, you will inevitably need to learn as many chords as you can. I think part of this misinterpretation stems from everyone quoting how Wes Montgomery only used a few chord shapes. While that is true, he still played A LOT of different chord shapes. This book adds more chords to your repertoire and does so in tasteful fashion.

Also the stretches are never too difficult here, and the voice leading is always compact and makes sense. Lack of tab is always a plus when learning chords on the guitar, so that you learn exactly what constitutes a b5, #9, etc. Also, there are indicators telling you which string you should be on, so in a way it is actually more efficient than tab.

Bottom line, great book, great series actually. I highly recommend this, as well as the rest in this series of Barry Galbraith books. For single-note studies, I am enjoying Jimmy Raney's book (I believe it's Vol. 20 in Abersold), as a few of those solos coincide with the comping studies here in this Galbraith book.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
If you are looking for a great book to improve your comping vocabulary as well as buff up your chordal sight reading skills, look no further. The CD tracks are split bass in one speaker and guitar in the other, so practicing alongside a guitar track and bass track, just a bass track, or just the guitar track are all options. I would not recommend this book to someone who has difficulty with reading sheet music, but if you are familiar with reading guitar sheet music, the print is not painful to look at for extended amounts of time. I find myself using the chord voicings in other jazz standards I have familiarized myself with, as well as improvising chord progressions during practice. I plan to purchase more of the Barry Galbraith series in the future, these are timeless books that every very serious guitarist should own.
HelloBoB:D
Extremely helpful in improving your comping. so much good stuff in here
Whilingudw
Good for improve your rhythm skills
Doukasa
Totally authentic.
funike
As always, a great buy and enjoyable.
Drelalak
I like how this book offer no tabs. It is difficult as a sight reading exercise, but what you learn is how to voice guitar chords with rhythms from an authoritative expressionist in Galbraith. He is a guitar comping master.
The comps are interesting. I knew there would be no tab, and was prepared for the challenge of using my rudimentary notation reading skills. I was terribly disappointed that there is NO discussion of what's going on; not even a listing of the basic chords he is substituting from, much less why the subs work. I expected at least a modicum of explanation of the theory and thinking behind the arrangements, but there is nothing.

I'll still go through it for ideas and to expand my vocabulary, but it could have been so much more useful. I am tremendously disappointed. That's what I get for buying a book that doesn't have the "look inside" feature. Lesson learned, I guess