The Resource Jazz theory : from basic to advanced study, Dariusz Terefenko

Jazz theory : from basic to advanced study, Dariusz Terefenko

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Jazz theory : from basic to advanced study
Title
Jazz theory
Title remainder
from basic to advanced study
Statement of responsibility
Dariusz Terefenko
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eng
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1968-
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Terefenko, Dariusz
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music
Index
index present
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MT6
LC item number
.T37 2014
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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Jazz theory : from basic to advanced study, Dariusz Terefenko
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 456-459) and index
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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Contents
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ONE BASICS -- 1.Music Fundamentals -- Concepts and Terms -- Pitch -- Major Scales -- Key Signatures -- Minor Scales -- Rhythm -- Meter and Time Signatures -- Notating Rhythm -- Intervals -- Inversion of Intervals -- Triads -- Inversion of Triads -- Suspended Triad -- 2.Jazz Rhythm -- Concepts and Terms -- General Characteristics -- Syncopation -- Swing -- Practicing Rhythm -- Placement of Swing 8ths; Phrasing; Playing with a Metronome -- 3.Harmonic Function -- Concepts and Terms -- Functional Tonality -- Triads in Major Keys -- Triads in Minor Keys -- Notational Conventions -- Lead-Sheet Notation -- Roman Numerals -- Function Symbols -- Functional Families -- Major Key -- Minor Key -- Voice-Leading Principles -- Basic Keyboard Applications -- 4.Four-Part Chords -- Concepts and Terms -- Characteristics of Jazz Harmony -- Chord Categories -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant 7th Category -- Intermediary Category -- Inversions of Four-Part Chords -- Functional Families -- Major Key -- Minor Key -- "Drop 2" -- Voicings -- 5.Five-Part Chords -- Concepts and Terms -- Chordal Extensions -- Addition of Extensions -- Chord Categories -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant and Suspended Chords -- Dominant 7th Category -- Suspended Dominant Category -- Intermediary Category -- Positions of Chords -- "Drop 2" -- Voicings -- 6.The II-V-I Progression -- Concepts and Terms -- A Brief History -- The ii7-V7-Imaj7 Progression -- The iib75-V7-i7 Progression -- Secondary Dominant 7th -- The Diminished 7th Chord -- Transformation of the Diminished 7th Chord -- 7.Modes -- Concepts and Terms -- Parent-Scale Derivation of Diatonic Modes -- The Modes' Characteristics -- Diatonic Modes -- Major Modes---Ionian -- Major Modes---Lydian -- Major Modes---Mixolydian -- Minor Modes---Aeolian -- Minor Modes---Dorian -- Minor Modes---Phrygian -- Minor Modes---Locrian -- Parent-Scale Derivation of Chromatic Modes -- Chromatic Modes -- Minor Modes---Melodic Minor -- Minor Modes---Dorian b2 -- Minor Modes---Locrian b2 -- Major Modes---Lydian Augmented -- Major Modes---Mixolydian b11 -- Major Modes---Mixolydian b13 -- Major Modes---Altered -- 8.Chord--Scale Theory -- Concepts and Terms -- Objectives of Chord--Scale Theory -- Chord--Scale Relationships -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant Category -- Suspended Dominant Category -- Intermediary Category -- The ii7-V7-Imaj7 Progression -- The iib75-V7-i7 Progression -- 9.The Blues -- Concepts and Terms -- Generic Blues -- Telling a Story -- Call and Response -- The Blues Scale -- Major Blues Scale -- Basic Blues Progression -- Keyboard Realization -- Chord-Scale Relationships -- Minor Blues -- Chord-Scale Relationships -- 10.Improvisation -- Concepts and Terms -- Getting Started -- Blues Riffs -- The Role of Guide Tones -- The Charleston Rhythm -- Exploring Guide Tones -- Using 3rds and 7ths -- Using 3rds or 7ths -- The 3rd and 7th lines -- Motivic Development -- Repetition -- Transposition -- Expansion and Interpolation -- Contraction and Fragmentation -- Inversion -- pt. TWO INTERMEDIATE -- 11.Jazz Lead Sheets -- Concepts and Terms -- What Does a Lead Sheet Tell Us? -- Two-Level Analysis -- "My Romance" -- "All the Things You Are" -- 12.Keyboard Textures -- Concepts and Terms -- Models of Keyboard-Style Playing -- Model I -- Model II -- Model III -- Model IV -- Model V -- Model VI -- Model VII -- 13.Idiomatic Jazz Progressions -- Concepts and Terms -- Tritone Substitutions -- The ii7-V7-Imaj7 Progression and Tritone Substitutions -- Turnarounds -- The Imaj7-vi7-ii7-V7 Progression -- Harmonic Transformations -- Tag Endings -- The Cycle of Dominant 7ths Progression -- The "Lady Bird" Progression -- "Coltrane" Substitutions -- Aural Identification of Four-Bar Progressions -- The [ii7-V7]X Interpolation -- Four-Bar Modulations -- The [iib75-V7]/x Interpolation -- Two ii7-V7 Interpolations -- Miscellaneous Four-Bar Progressions -- 14.Voicings -- Concepts and Terms -- Upper-Structure Triads -- Dominant Aggregate -- Rootless Formations -- Incomplete Voicings -- 15.Bebop -- Concepts and Terms -- Bebop Scales -- Major Bebop Scale -- Minor Bebop Scales -- Dominant Bebop Scale -- The Intermediary/Dominant Bebop Complex -- Practicing Bebop Improvisation -- Metric Placement---Scalar and Arpeggiation Patterns -- Addition of Extra Chromatic Notes -- Altered Bebop Scales -- The Diminished 7th Chord -- Triplets -- The ii7-V7-Imaj7 Progression -- Negotiating the Minor Seven Flat Five Chord -- The iib75-V7-i7 Progression -- 16.Octatonic Scales -- Concepts and Terms -- The 1/2 Octatonic Stale -- Harmonic Potential -- Melodic Potential -- The 2/1 Octatonic Scale -- 17.Bebop Blues -- Concepts and Terms -- Three Harmonic Variants -- Variant 1 -- Variant 2 -- Variant 3 -- Improvisation -- 18."Confirmation" -- Concepts and Terms -- "Confirmation"---An Analysis -- Form and Harmony -- Melody and Rhythm -- An Analysis of the Transcription -- Chord-Scale Relationship: Modes -- Chord-Scale Relationship: Bebop Scales -- 19."Moose the Mooche" -- Concepts and Terms -- "I Got Rhythm" Contrafacts -- "Moose the Mooche"---An Analysis -- Form and Harmony -- Melody and Rhythm -- An Analysis of the Transcription -- Harmonic Reworkings of Rhythm Changes -- Rhythm Changes Improvisation -- The A Section: A Single-Scale Approach -- The A Section: A Two-Scale Approach -- The A Section: Chord Arpeggiations -- The B Section: A Single-Scale Approach -- pt. THREE ADVANCED -- 20.Pentatonics and Hexatonics -- Concepts and Terms -- Methodology -- Pentatonics -- Basic Pentatonics -- Diatonic Pentatonics -- Chromatic Pentatonics -- Altered Pentatonics -- The Pentatonic System -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant Category -- Suspended Dominant Category -- Intermediary Category -- Harmonic Potential -- Melodic Potential -- Hexatonics -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant Category -- Suspended Dominant Category -- Intermediary Category -- Harmonic Potential -- Melodic Potential -- 21.Phrase Models -- Concepts and Terms -- Phrase Prototypes -- Jazz Rule of the Octave -- Diatonic Phrase Models -- Phrase Model 1 -- Phrase Model 2 -- Phrase Model 3 -- Phrase Model 4 -- Phrase Model 5 -- Chromatic Phrase Models -- Phrase Model 6 -- Phrase Model 7 -- Phrase Model 8 -- Phrase Model 9 -- Phrase Model 10 -- Phrase Model 11 -- Phrase Model 12 -- Phrase Model 13 -- 22.The AABA Song Form -- Concepts and Terms -- Formal Prototypes -- The AABA On-Tonic Design -- Classification of Standard Tunes -- The AABA Off-Tonic Design -- Classification of Standard Tunes -- "Have You Met Miss Jones?"---An Analysis -- The Verse -- The Chorus -- 23.The ABAC Song Form -- Concepts and Terms -- The ABAC On-Tonic Design -- Classification of Standard Tunes -- The ABAC Off-Tonic Design -- Classification of Standard Tunes -- "All Of You"---An Analysis -- The Verse -- The Chorus -- 24.Extended and Unusual Song Forms -- Concepts and Terms -- Extended and Unusual Song Forms---A Compilation -- "Dream Dancing"---An Analysis -- The Verse -- The Chorus -- 25.Jazz Reharmonization -- Concepts and Terms -- Introduction -- Basic Reharmonization Techniques -- Addition of Extensions -- Harmonic Expansion of Structural Chords -- Tonicization -- Tritone Substitutions -- Diminished 7th Chords -- Upper-Structure Triads -- Neighbor Formations -- Pedal Points -- Functional Exchange -- Melodic Recontextualization -- Interpolation of Auxiliary Progressions -- Linear Approaches to Reharmonization -- "All the Things You Are" -- "Stella By Starlight"---A Reharmonization -- 26."Line Up" -- Concepts and Terms -- Introduction -- Analytical Annotations -- An Analysis of the Transcription -- Rhythmic Displacement -- Melodic Interpolation -- Playing Outside -- Structural Approach -- Advanced Techniques -- The "Tristano Style" -- Of Improvisation -- Rhythmic Syntax -- Melodic Syntax -- Harmonic Syntax -- Voice Leading -- Phrasing -- Advanced Techniques -- 27.Post-Tonal Jazz -- Concepts and Terms -- Introduction -- Basic Concepts -- Integer Notation -- Pitch and Pitch Classes -- Intervals and Interval Classes -- Trichords -- Methodology for Figuring Out Normal and Prime Forms -- "Clock Face" -- As a Visual Aid to Identify Sets -- Families of Trichords -- Harmonic Potential of Trichords -- "Diatonic" -- PC-Set Complexes -- Whole-Tone PC-Set Complexes -- "Triadic" -- PC-Set Complexes -- Semitone PC-Set Complexes -- Modal Potential of Trichords -- Transposition and Inversion of Sets -- Aural Identification of Trichords
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 465 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135043018
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
music.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
99967117422
System control number
(NhCcYBP)11724844
Label
Jazz theory : from basic to advanced study, Dariusz Terefenko
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 456-459) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE BASICS -- 1.Music Fundamentals -- Concepts and Terms -- Pitch -- Major Scales -- Key Signatures -- Minor Scales -- Rhythm -- Meter and Time Signatures -- Notating Rhythm -- Intervals -- Inversion of Intervals -- Triads -- Inversion of Triads -- Suspended Triad -- 2.Jazz Rhythm -- Concepts and Terms -- General Characteristics -- Syncopation -- Swing -- Practicing Rhythm -- Placement of Swing 8ths; Phrasing; Playing with a Metronome -- 3.Harmonic Function -- Concepts and Terms -- Functional Tonality -- Triads in Major Keys -- Triads in Minor Keys -- Notational Conventions -- Lead-Sheet Notation -- Roman Numerals -- Function Symbols -- Functional Families -- Major Key -- Minor Key -- Voice-Leading Principles -- Basic Keyboard Applications -- 4.Four-Part Chords -- Concepts and Terms -- Characteristics of Jazz Harmony -- Chord Categories -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant 7th Category -- Intermediary Category -- Inversions of Four-Part Chords -- Functional Families -- Major Key -- Minor Key -- "Drop 2" -- Voicings -- 5.Five-Part Chords -- Concepts and Terms -- Chordal Extensions -- Addition of Extensions -- Chord Categories -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant and Suspended Chords -- Dominant 7th Category -- Suspended Dominant Category -- Intermediary Category -- Positions of Chords -- "Drop 2" -- Voicings -- 6.The II-V-I Progression -- Concepts and Terms -- A Brief History -- The ii7-V7-Imaj7 Progression -- The iib75-V7-i7 Progression -- Secondary Dominant 7th -- The Diminished 7th Chord -- Transformation of the Diminished 7th Chord -- 7.Modes -- Concepts and Terms -- Parent-Scale Derivation of Diatonic Modes -- The Modes' Characteristics -- Diatonic Modes -- Major Modes---Ionian -- Major Modes---Lydian -- Major Modes---Mixolydian -- Minor Modes---Aeolian -- Minor Modes---Dorian -- Minor Modes---Phrygian -- Minor Modes---Locrian -- Parent-Scale Derivation of Chromatic Modes -- Chromatic Modes -- Minor Modes---Melodic Minor -- Minor Modes---Dorian b2 -- Minor Modes---Locrian b2 -- Major Modes---Lydian Augmented -- Major Modes---Mixolydian b11 -- Major Modes---Mixolydian b13 -- Major Modes---Altered -- 8.Chord--Scale Theory -- Concepts and Terms -- Objectives of Chord--Scale Theory -- Chord--Scale Relationships -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant Category -- Suspended Dominant Category -- Intermediary Category -- The ii7-V7-Imaj7 Progression -- The iib75-V7-i7 Progression -- 9.The Blues -- Concepts and Terms -- Generic Blues -- Telling a Story -- Call and Response -- The Blues Scale -- Major Blues Scale -- Basic Blues Progression -- Keyboard Realization -- Chord-Scale Relationships -- Minor Blues -- Chord-Scale Relationships -- 10.Improvisation -- Concepts and Terms -- Getting Started -- Blues Riffs -- The Role of Guide Tones -- The Charleston Rhythm -- Exploring Guide Tones -- Using 3rds and 7ths -- Using 3rds or 7ths -- The 3rd and 7th lines -- Motivic Development -- Repetition -- Transposition -- Expansion and Interpolation -- Contraction and Fragmentation -- Inversion -- pt. TWO INTERMEDIATE -- 11.Jazz Lead Sheets -- Concepts and Terms -- What Does a Lead Sheet Tell Us? -- Two-Level Analysis -- "My Romance" -- "All the Things You Are" -- 12.Keyboard Textures -- Concepts and Terms -- Models of Keyboard-Style Playing -- Model I -- Model II -- Model III -- Model IV -- Model V -- Model VI -- Model VII -- 13.Idiomatic Jazz Progressions -- Concepts and Terms -- Tritone Substitutions -- The ii7-V7-Imaj7 Progression and Tritone Substitutions -- Turnarounds -- The Imaj7-vi7-ii7-V7 Progression -- Harmonic Transformations -- Tag Endings -- The Cycle of Dominant 7ths Progression -- The "Lady Bird" Progression -- "Coltrane" Substitutions -- Aural Identification of Four-Bar Progressions -- The [ii7-V7]X Interpolation -- Four-Bar Modulations -- The [iib75-V7]/x Interpolation -- Two ii7-V7 Interpolations -- Miscellaneous Four-Bar Progressions -- 14.Voicings -- Concepts and Terms -- Upper-Structure Triads -- Dominant Aggregate -- Rootless Formations -- Incomplete Voicings -- 15.Bebop -- Concepts and Terms -- Bebop Scales -- Major Bebop Scale -- Minor Bebop Scales -- Dominant Bebop Scale -- The Intermediary/Dominant Bebop Complex -- Practicing Bebop Improvisation -- Metric Placement---Scalar and Arpeggiation Patterns -- Addition of Extra Chromatic Notes -- Altered Bebop Scales -- The Diminished 7th Chord -- Triplets -- The ii7-V7-Imaj7 Progression -- Negotiating the Minor Seven Flat Five Chord -- The iib75-V7-i7 Progression -- 16.Octatonic Scales -- Concepts and Terms -- The 1/2 Octatonic Stale -- Harmonic Potential -- Melodic Potential -- The 2/1 Octatonic Scale -- 17.Bebop Blues -- Concepts and Terms -- Three Harmonic Variants -- Variant 1 -- Variant 2 -- Variant 3 -- Improvisation -- 18."Confirmation" -- Concepts and Terms -- "Confirmation"---An Analysis -- Form and Harmony -- Melody and Rhythm -- An Analysis of the Transcription -- Chord-Scale Relationship: Modes -- Chord-Scale Relationship: Bebop Scales -- 19."Moose the Mooche" -- Concepts and Terms -- "I Got Rhythm" Contrafacts -- "Moose the Mooche"---An Analysis -- Form and Harmony -- Melody and Rhythm -- An Analysis of the Transcription -- Harmonic Reworkings of Rhythm Changes -- Rhythm Changes Improvisation -- The A Section: A Single-Scale Approach -- The A Section: A Two-Scale Approach -- The A Section: Chord Arpeggiations -- The B Section: A Single-Scale Approach -- pt. THREE ADVANCED -- 20.Pentatonics and Hexatonics -- Concepts and Terms -- Methodology -- Pentatonics -- Basic Pentatonics -- Diatonic Pentatonics -- Chromatic Pentatonics -- Altered Pentatonics -- The Pentatonic System -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant Category -- Suspended Dominant Category -- Intermediary Category -- Harmonic Potential -- Melodic Potential -- Hexatonics -- Major Category -- Minor Category -- Dominant Category -- Suspended Dominant Category -- Intermediary Category -- Harmonic Potential -- Melodic Potential -- 21.Phrase Models -- Concepts and Terms -- Phrase Prototypes -- Jazz Rule of the Octave -- Diatonic Phrase Models -- Phrase Model 1 -- Phrase Model 2 -- Phrase Model 3 -- Phrase Model 4 -- Phrase Model 5 -- Chromatic Phrase Models -- Phrase Model 6 -- Phrase Model 7 -- Phrase Model 8 -- Phrase Model 9 -- Phrase Model 10 -- Phrase Model 11 -- Phrase Model 12 -- Phrase Model 13 -- 22.The AABA Song Form -- Concepts and Terms -- Formal Prototypes -- The AABA On-Tonic Design -- Classification of Standard Tunes -- The AABA Off-Tonic Design -- Classification of Standard Tunes -- "Have You Met Miss Jones?"---An Analysis -- The Verse -- The Chorus -- 23.The ABAC Song Form -- Concepts and Terms -- The ABAC On-Tonic Design -- Classification of Standard Tunes -- The ABAC Off-Tonic Design -- Classification of Standard Tunes -- "All Of You"---An Analysis -- The Verse -- The Chorus -- 24.Extended and Unusual Song Forms -- Concepts and Terms -- Extended and Unusual Song Forms---A Compilation -- "Dream Dancing"---An Analysis -- The Verse -- The Chorus -- 25.Jazz Reharmonization -- Concepts and Terms -- Introduction -- Basic Reharmonization Techniques -- Addition of Extensions -- Harmonic Expansion of Structural Chords -- Tonicization -- Tritone Substitutions -- Diminished 7th Chords -- Upper-Structure Triads -- Neighbor Formations -- Pedal Points -- Functional Exchange -- Melodic Recontextualization -- Interpolation of Auxiliary Progressions -- Linear Approaches to Reharmonization -- "All the Things You Are" -- "Stella By Starlight"---A Reharmonization -- 26."Line Up" -- Concepts and Terms -- Introduction -- Analytical Annotations -- An Analysis of the Transcription -- Rhythmic Displacement -- Melodic Interpolation -- Playing Outside -- Structural Approach -- Advanced Techniques -- The "Tristano Style" -- Of Improvisation -- Rhythmic Syntax -- Melodic Syntax -- Harmonic Syntax -- Voice Leading -- Phrasing -- Advanced Techniques -- 27.Post-Tonal Jazz -- Concepts and Terms -- Introduction -- Basic Concepts -- Integer Notation -- Pitch and Pitch Classes -- Intervals and Interval Classes -- Trichords -- Methodology for Figuring Out Normal and Prime Forms -- "Clock Face" -- As a Visual Aid to Identify Sets -- Families of Trichords -- Harmonic Potential of Trichords -- "Diatonic" -- PC-Set Complexes -- Whole-Tone PC-Set Complexes -- "Triadic" -- PC-Set Complexes -- Semitone PC-Set Complexes -- Modal Potential of Trichords -- Transposition and Inversion of Sets -- Aural Identification of Trichords
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 465 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135043018
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
music.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
99967117422
System control number
(NhCcYBP)11724844

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