Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).
taken from the introduction:
'The Blues sound has traditionally been the element that has attracted our attention when listening to jazz music. That sound, the Blues scale, has seeped into every style of jazz including free form. It may be even more popular in rock. The Blues scale began with the Blues form and is now comfortable in settings such as Modal tunes, Standards, Bossa Novas and Ballads.....
The traditional Blues has three chords/ scales. The blues progressions on this play-a-long are a little more sophisticated because they offer several challenges that are not present in the more traditional version. They are also the ones most often encountered in jazz today.....
Jazz musicians have always enjoyed playing the Blues. The challenge of being able to play blues fluently in all keys is one this play-a-long set hopes to make a reality....'
- Part 1: Flute or Alto Saxophone or Tenor Saxophone
Publisher: Jamey Aebersold Jazz
Publisher's reference: V42DS
Volume 42 in the Jamey Aebersold Jazz series
Our Stock Code: 902236
Media Type: Paperback (69 pages [score]); includes accompaniment CD