Fiddle Tunes on Jazz Changes by Matt Glaser and Students of the Berklee American Roots Music Program
Develop jazz solos using melodic fragments from traditional fiddle tunes. These etudes show how melodic cells can be used to create extended improvisations. In each example, fragments of a traditional fiddle tune (Turkey in the Straw, Arkansas Traveler, etc.) are developed over jazz standard chord progressions. Each etude is preceded by a short introduction, discussing the development techniques at work. The accompanying audio tracks feature play-along tracks so that you can practice each concept.
These fiddle etudes are also suitable for mandolin, banjo, guitar, and other traditional instruments. Difficulty: A4-5 (Apprentice Rating: Intermediate to Advanced)
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