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by Andy McGhee

eBook Improvisation For Flute The Scale Mode Approach (Berklee Press) epub
  • ISBN: 142346740X
  • Author: Andy McGhee
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berklee Press (November 1, 1986)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • ePUB size: 1508 kb
  • FB2 size 1576 kb
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A great book by Andy. The scales and arpeggios are definitely not run of the mill, and your ears will get a good workout along with your fingers

A great book by Andy. Before this book was written there very few improvisation methods for flute, even for the saxophone. I highly recommend this book also for classical players who wants to delve into jazz. The scales and arpeggios are definitely not run of the mill, and your ears will get a good workout along with your fingers.

Andy McGhee's book was my primary source of reference during my years of study at Berklee. I was able to progress at an alarming rate under Andy's watchful eyes and ears, and his practice journal provided me with a logical and progressive method that was an invaluable resource for me towards my development. Greg Osby, Jazz Musician. For over six decades, Andy McGhee has sustained a remarkable career as a jazz instrumentalist and educator.

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Improvisation for Flute. The Scale/Mode Approach. Author and jazz master Andy McGhee has taught at Berklee since 1966, before which he toured with Lionel Hampton and Woody Herman.

Improvisation for Flute. He has taught thousands of musicians to improvise, including luminaries such as Bill Pierce, Javon Jackson, Donald Harrison, Antonio Hart, Richie Cole, Greg Osby, Jaleel Shaw, and Ralph Moore. Andy McGhee’s book was my primary source of reference during my years of study at Berklee.

Improvisation for Flute book. Expand the creative breadth of your soloing! The. Andy McGhee has taught at Berklee since 1966, before which he toured with Lionel Hampton and Woody Herman. He has taught thousands how to improvise. Cindy Hoefling rated it really liked it Feb 16, 2016.

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Book Description Berklee Press Publications, United States, 2009. Seller Inventory AAS9780793554263.

IMPROVISATION FOR FLUTE The Scale/Mode Approach by Andy McGhee Berklee Press Expand the creative . Fentone Music This book includes all the scale requirements for the 2006 flute Grade Examinations for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.

IMPROVISATION FOR FLUTE The Scale/Mode Approach by Andy McGhee Berklee Press Expand the creative breadth of your soloing! The stepby-step exercises and explanations in this triedand-true resource will help you develop your ear and improve your technique. Youll learn the intimate relationships between modes and chords, practicing licks and solos that grow out of their underlying harmonies and sound natural.

(Berklee Guide). Expand the creative breadth of your soloing! The step-by-step exercises and explanations in this tried-&-true resource will help you develop your ear and improve your technique. You'll learn the intimate relationships between modes and chords, practicing licks and solos that grow out of their underlying harmonies and sound natural. Andy McGhee has taught at Berklee since 1966, before which he toured with Lionel Hampton and Woody Herman. He has taught thousands how to improvise.
Comments: (7)
Beydar
I was expecting something different from this book. I thought it would walk a player through the process of improvisation, providing guidance on approach, sample passages and insights for different types of improvisation under different settings (e.g. jazz vs. folk vs. rock). Instead, the book basically says, "Learn these modal scales backwards and forwards." then catalogs the scales one after another. There was almost nothing on how to listen, how to recognize where a line is going or how to play into that line.

For an advanced player this probably works...as once the 12+ scales are memorized and one has the ability to jump between them at will on nearly a bar-for-bar basis the rest may seem easy. For an intermediate player, I didn't find it so helpful. Sorry...
Skunk Black
I had the honor to study saxophone with Andy and i used his improvisation method for saxophone. This book is an almost exact copy with adjustments for the flute. Being a doubler it has helped me with both technique and soloing skills on the flute. A great book by Andy.Before this book was written there very few improvisation methods for flute, even for the saxophone. I highly recommend this book also for classical players who wants to delve into jazz.
Uyehuguita
The ii-V section combining Dorian and Mixolydian is expecially helpful, but I think these exercises could have been done with even more structure and depth. Just the same, a good book for those looking for the basics...
Thetalune
Great book! Well worth the money.
Mamuro
good
Fordredor
Great, thank you
Zadora
Great exercises
I'm a doubler - trumpet and flute, not sax and flute as usual. I bought this book many years ago in its first printed form. There really was nothing else available at the time. Could it have been better? Well, yeah, and my solo on Green Dolphin Street last night could have been a lot better, too. Something can always be better than what it is. I imagine if the author was writing this book today, there would be an accompanying CD, like there is with every jazz instructional book these days. That said, I would recommend this highly. The exercises are challenging, for both chops and theory. The scales and arpeggios are definitely not run of the mill, and your ears will get a good workout along with your fingers. Would I buy this book again if I were starting in today. Definitely.
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