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Jazz Saxophone Licks, Phrases & Patterns

Arnie Berle

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Written by one of today's great jazz educators, this is a system for building truly great sounding jazz lines.The relationship of the individual lines to chords and progressions is analyzed. In addition, original saxophone studies integrate these concepts with technical proficiency.
TABLE OF CONTENTSS

Licks, Phrases and Patterns
How to Use This Book
Scale Practice Routine
Major Chords--Major Triads
Licks Based on Major Triads
Major 6 Chords
Licks Based on the Major 6 Chords
Major 7 Chords
Licks Based on Major 7 Chords
Major 9th Chords
Major 9th Licks
The C Major 11 and C Major 13 Chords
Major Type Licks
More About Major Type Chords
Adding Chromatic Notes
Dominant 7th Scale--Mixolydian Mode
Dominant Type Chords
Dominant Type Licks
Dominant Type Licks (with Chromatic Notes)
More About Dominant Type Chords
Major 7th Scale--Dorian Mode
Minor 7th Type Chords
Minor Type Licks
Minor Type Licks (with Added Chromatic Notes)
More About Minor Chords
Progressions
Forming the Progressions
The II-V Progression
The II-V-I Progression
The I-VI-II-V Progression (Between Changes)
The Diminshed 7th Chord
Diminished 7th Chord Patterns
The Diminished Scale
Diminished 7th Chords in Progressions
I-I�7-II-V
I-#I�-II-V
Diminished Licks and Dominant Type Chord
Diminished Scale as Improvising (Scale for II-V Progression)
More on the Diminished Scale
Rhythm Changes
The Standard Song Form
The Blues Progression
Blues Notes-Blues Scale
Blues Licks
Analyzing Licks
Conclusions
Patterns for Improvising Technique
Making Up Your Own Licks
Improvising on Altered Chords:
Major 7#ll--Major 7b5
Major 7#5
Dominant 7b5 or #11
Dominant 7#5
Dominant 7b9
Dominant 7#5b9
Dominant 7#5b9#9
Dominant 7#5b5#9b9
Appendix (How to Transpose)
Keyboard Accompaniment (for Non-Keyboardists)
II-V Progression
II-V-I Progression
I-VI-II-V Progression
I-I�7-II-V Progression
I-#I�7-II-V Progression


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