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Book Number   000106004
Dewey Call No.   781.6512 T316J 2018
Record Format   Monograph
  Printed language
ISBN   Link9781138235106
Main Entry   LinkTerefenko, Dariusz.
Title   LinkJazz theory : from basic to advanced study / Dariusz Terefenko.
Edition   2nd ed.
Imprint   New York : Routledge, 2018.
Descr.   xxxii, 397 p. :  ill. ;  28 cm.
Bibliogr.   Includes bibliographical references (pages 389-391) and index.
Contents   Contents: Part 1: Basics 1. Music Fundamentals 2. Jazz Rhythms 3. Harmonic Function 4. Four-Part Chords 5. Five-Part Chords 6. The II-V-I Progression 7. Modes 8. Chord-Scale Theory 9. The Blues 10. Improvisation Part 2: Intermediate 11. Voicing Formations 12. Keyboard and Jazz Chorale Textures 13. Idiomatic Jazz Progressions 14. Bebop 15. Bebop Blues
  Contents: 16. The ConfirmationChanges 17. The Rhythm Changes 18. Pentatonics, Hexatonics, Octatonics 19. The TristanoStyle of Improvisation Part 3: Advanced 20. Analyzing Jazz Lead Sheets 21. Phrase Models 22. Song Forms 23. Reharmonization Techniques 24. Post-Tonal Jazz: Atonality 25. Set Classes in Jazz 26. Twelve-Tone Techniques 27. Stylistic Crossovers: Developing a New Jazz Repertory.
Subject - Lib.Cong.   LinkJazz -- Instruction and study.
  LinkMusic theory.
Digital Object    Cover 
Holdings   All items

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