A concise description of David Liebman's approach to playing over the stated tonality using chromaticism, polychords, derived chords, and non-diatonic scales. Includes a CD of David playing examples
Imagine being able to hear a giant of the tenor saxophone and follow his every note in an accompanying book, or better yet, play his solos by yourself with the Volume 19 David Liebman
Here is a masterful collection of articles and papers written over the years summarizing thoughts on various topics related to jazz and education. Each article is a worthy testament unto itself, but as a
Transcription book of Liebman's solos from the Volume 26: The Scale Syllabus play-along set. Here is the opportunity for the thousands who have enjoyed David's wonderful soprano playing on the
This fantastic two DVD presentation captures renowned educator and performer Dave Liebman through one energy packed day at the 2004 Jamey Aebersold Summer Jazz Workshops in Louisville. He lectures on a
More than just a transcription book, this historic work contains note-for-note transcriptions of 11 of Dave's favorite tenor and soprano solos over well-known standards, recorded over his 30+ year career,
The most complete method for chromatic improvising over standards! David Liebman clearly explains and demonstrates the art of superimposing chords chromatically over "standard" chord changes, using several
The goal of practicing, no matter the activity, is to transform behavior from the realm of mechanics and technique to loearned instinct, employing little (if any) conscious thought. This means the mind is
Arranged by J.C. Sanford, this Dave Liebman jazz waltz includes a good deal of counterpoint, and alongside the main soloist, there is a major trombone solo also. The arrangement is episodic with a dramatic
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This handy pocket-sized 3.5 inch x 5.5 inch reference manual is a concise all-in-one primer for today's saxophonist and covers everything from how to hold the horn when putting it together, to daily
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Composed by Dave Liebman and arranged by Arnon Palty, this expressive medium level ballad features soprano saxophone but can be used with any lead instrument (range might be altered) in a standard big-band
In What It Is: The Life of a Jazz Artist, friend, pianist, and noted jazz scholar Lewis Porter conducts a series of in-depth interviews with David Liebman, who discusses his professional, personal,