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INTRODUCTION This book is written for a wide variety of musicians, [rom aspiring to the more experienced players who would like to get another perspecLive on melody, swing, concept, improvising, sight-reading, and general musicianship. To be accessible to the younger player, there is parLicular care given to range, rhythmic figures. and overall playability. At the same time, attempt to maintain a high level of musicality and look at improvisation and composition from a concise, simple, and lyrical viewpoint, which I hope will appeal to the professional and more accomplished musicians as x.vcll. My inspiration for writing this book came from my son, Paul, who at the time was ten years old and playing the clarinet. He needed to play some music that was fun, inspirational, and steeped in the jazz and blues tradition. As [ wrote the etudes, Paul would play them. As a result, his sight-reading and sense of time and phrasing grew by great leaps and bounds. Many thanks, Paul!

In essence, I have written this book as a reduction or honing of ideas [ typically play when [ 5010. The format is similar to my two other jazz etude books published by Warner Bros. Publications, 14 Jazz & Fttnk Etudes ancl 1 4 Blues & Fitnlz Etudes, in which you learn each etude slowly and then, when ready, play the etudc along with the CD accompaniment. The focus is on melodic groove playing, which cleats with the lyrical side of the music: not a lot of hard stuff but rather an example melodies that draw on the jazz and bELtes tradition, swing like crazy, and get right to the heart of the rnatter.

I learned how to play jazz and blues through learning by memory the sof05 of jazz legends Lester Young, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Sonny StitL, and others. This was the musical vocabulary I needed to get started. It wasn't until [ started touring with bands in the early '70s that I beoan to read books with a passion (afl'of that down time on tour buses). After a while, my vocabulary and ability to express ideas through spoken word dramatically improved. In a similar way, my musical vocabulary and playing improved through listening to lots of music and trying to emulate the musical ideas I'd hear my heroes play. This transcriptive concept sct in an etude format will allow you to learn the written notes easily through repeated playing, and you will be amazed how little snippets of these melodies will work their way into your improvising. In the art of jazz improvisation, you can say a lot with a rew words. [ realize that this is not the mosL popular approach in this age of mass volume and instant gratification. But even the most abstract and cutting-edge players have firm roots in melodicism, swing. and simplicity of ideas. Lyrical jazz players who have had a strong influence in the development of my own personal style of playing arc Miles Davis, Stan Getz, Lee Konitz, Paul Desmond, Hank Mobley, and B.B. King, an-long many others.

My [hanks to the great musicians on the CD: John Rilev. drums; Phil Markowit:. piano: and

Dean Johnson. bass, and to engineer Jim Clouse Park Wesl Studius in ?rooklvn. NY.

Thanks also (o Pete BarenBregge and Dave 0151.'" at Warner Bros. Publications, my fillnily Carla and Paul. and all Lhe great anisls who have innuenetd my musical psvche.

Editor: Pete ?arenBreggc

Production Coordinator: Sharon Marlow

Engraver: Adrian Alvarez

AFL Design: Carmen Fortuna{o

All etudes composed and arranged hy Bah Mintzer

2000 MINTZER MUSIC CO. (ASCAP) Rights Reserved

Exclusive 'Worldwide Distribution by 'WARNER BROS, PUBLICATIONS. U.S. INC.

Any duplicalion. adaptation or arrangement of the compositions contained in lhi5 collection requires the written consent of the Publisher.

No part n" this book mav be photocopied or reproduced in any way witlll."lt permission.

Unauthorized uses are an infringement the U.S. Copyright Act and are punishable by law.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION ... . . .. .....

BOB MINTZER BIOGRAPHY

PERFORMANCE

BOB MINTZER DISCOGRAPHY

1 BLUES 1 .................................... .

CD DEMO W/BOB MINTZER .

CD PLAY-ALONG

11 SWINGIN' 111 FUNKY ................. .

CD DEMO W/BOB MINTZER .

CD PLAY-ALONG IV SWINGIN'

V BALLAD................. .

vi BLUES 2 . BOSSA...................... ....

CD DEMO WIBOB MINTZER .

CD PLAY-ALONG .................. .. .

vill SHUFFLE .

rx FUNKY 2 X WALTZ .

BLUES Xll SWING-O-RAMA

CD DEMO W/BOB MINTZER . CD PLAY-ALONG

Xlll PAUL'S BLUES..........

CD DEMO W/BOB MINTZER ..

CD PLAY-ALONG xrv MALCOLM'S TUNE .

CD DEMO W/BOB MINTZER . CD PLAY-ALONG ..

XV THE END .

THE END TRANSCRIPTION EXERCISES...........

BOB MINTZER/PHIL MARKOWITZ SOLOS ....................... .

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