12 Contemporary Jazz Etudes is written by the world-renowned jazz composer, arranger, saxophonist, bandleader, educator, and member of the Yellowjackets, Bob Mintzer. Designed for the medium to
Created for a wide variety of musicians, 12 Medium-Easy Jazz, Blues and Funk Etudes will appeal to both aspiring players and more experienced musicians. Accessible, yet with some challenges, this
14 Blues & Funk Etudes is a collection of studies composed for musicians who wish to extend themselves in improvisation, composition, sight-reading and general musicianship skills. Each
Written by jazz musician Bob Mintzer, 14 Jazz & Funk Etudes presents practice and performance aids and explanations in a variety of jazz and funk styles. In addition, the books include a CD
Written for a wide variety of musicians, 15 Easy Jazz, Blues & Funk Etudes will appeal to both aspiring players and to more experienced musicians. For the younger player, particular care is
For solo treble instrument and organ, these seasonal preludes are harmonically interesting, yet achievable for most soloists - a great way to build holiday spirit and goodwill. An Advent
This delicate, lyric solo is presented here for C instrument with CD accompaniment. A version for C instrument, piano and string quartet is also available. It is sure to find a special place in
Based on the familiar melody, this is an engaging and lyrical chamber work for violin solo and piano, with optional strings and oboe. It can be easily adapted for flute solo with several passages
Originally part of three pieces for cello and piano, this has been skillfully transcribed for organ and solo instrument (flute, oboe, violin, or clarinet). A reflective andante in A minor, this duet is
Holiday favorite Carol of the Bells has been arranged for easy instrumental solo to facilitate performance by any level or age of player. Complete with piano accompaniment, this new solo
A traditional early American hymn scored for a medium-advanced instrumental soloist. A good choice for communion and other special moments during a worship service.
This improvisation method for beginning and developing improvisors cuts the chord symbols out of soloing by using only major scales over standard tunes. Learn the most direct way to solo easily over the
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