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Twenty-three solos ranging from whimsical to Christmas to solemn. Most selections are also included on the CD listed below.
$14.58

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard
One-Minute Theory for the Choral Classroom teaches the essentials of music theory without cutting into valuable rehearsal time. The curriculum, structured as a collection of one-minute lessons, is designed to target issues of music literacy specific to the choral classroom. The series provides simple and convenient assessment through the use of the Test Bank. The Student Edition provides self-explanatory lessons, but can also be used as a great jumping-off point for teaching theory in the context of performance.   Includes reproducible Quizzes and Final Exam, with corresponding Answer Keys. Accompanying copy permission allows one Test Bank to fill the testing needs for your entire class.
$19.44

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Contains: The Look of Love * Walk on By * Do You Know the Way to San Jose? * Alfie * Heartlight * The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance * On My Own * Blue Guitar * Message to Michael * This Guy's in Love with You and many more.
$17.39

Instruments: Choir, Guitar, Vocal
$19.59

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
$14.07

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Teaching children to sing in parts and with different voices - instruments or vocal - can be a challenge. These traditional pieces, combined with original descants and second parts written by Mary Val Marsh are the perfect way to allow students to learn while they have fun. This collection offers titles for almost every occasion from Patriotic to Holiday to traditional standards that every child should know. Also included in this collection are teaching suggestions and comments by the writer that give each piece a little extra for learning and performing. This is a resource that will become a standard!
$17.39

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Part-singing and harmony is a skill that must be taught to young singers. Hearing the harmony created when two voices sing or play together is a very important development that can be a challenge for the teacher as well as the student. These partner songs have been put together and designed especially to meet these specific challenges in the elementary choir. Ruth Elaine Schram has a real gift for partner-song writing and she has done a beautiful job with this collection, providing titles that will suit occasions throughout the school or church year.
$17.39

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Intermediate/Advanced. By popular request, here we have world-famous works from the Bossa Nova's greatest master, played with exceptional taste and sensitivity in an authentic, relaxed style with a nylon string acoustic guitar rhythm section. For bossa novas with a discreet "jazz" flavor, check out Volume 31 "Bossa Novas." Book includes lyrics. Rhythm Section: Dave Stryker (Nylon String Guitar); Bill Mooring (b); Duduka Da Fonseca (Drums & Percussion) Includes: Once I Loved Corcovado Wave So Danco Samba Trista O Grande Amor Meditation One Note Samba Desafinado How Insensitive Girl From Ipanema No More Blues.
$15.49

Instruments: Choir, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Vocal
Intermediate/Advanced. When Charlie Parker made his famous "with strings" recordings, jazz musicians realized the potential of lushly orchestrated strings to enhance their own creativity. Legendary players soon followed suit, making a "with strings" album almost an essential rite of passage. Here are 10 beautiful standards arranged by jazz great and award-winning arranger Lennie Niehaus. Rhythm Section: Steve Allee (p); Tyrone Wheeler (b); Steve Davis (d); Peter McHugh (Violins); Alan Oldfield (Synth Strings) Includes: I Cover The Waterfront Fools Rush In You Go To My Head September In The Rain You're My Everything You & The Night & The Music Autumn In New York When Your Lover Has Gone Namely You Lover, Come Back To Me.
$16.49

Instruments: Choir, Violin, Vocal, Strings
Intermediate/Advanced. The BLUES are BACK!! The blues are the basis of much modern music, and this volume highlights many of the different ways the blues are approached in jazz. There are a variety of feels, grooves, and tempos which will give you a good workout on the blues progression. Rhythm Section: John Stetch (p); Rufus Reid (b); Akira Tana (d) Includes: Slow 12/8 F Blues Shuffle Blues In G Solar (Miles Davis) Latin/Swing Bb Blues w/Bridge Dance Of The Infidels (Bud Powell) 3/4 Blues Eb Blues w/Bridge C Minor Blues 5/4 Minor Blues Bossa Blues In F Minor Stop-Time Blues In F 16 Bar Blues The Real McCoy Fast Bb Blues w/Bridge.
$15.49

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Five Wonderful New Pieces Commissioned For A Wedding Service Will Also Serve Well For A Recital. The Selections May Be Sung With Flute (Or Violin) And Piano Accompaniment, Or With Just Flute Or Piano. Suggest the Voice/Flute Combo For Outside Weddings! See Preface for More Ideas.
$10.69

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Piano Accompaniment, Flute, Violin, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Strings
Five Wonderful New Pieces Commissioned for A Wedding Service Will Also Serve Well For A Recital. The Selections May Be Sung With Flute (Or Violin) And Piano Accompaniment, Or With Just Flute Or Piano. Suggest the Voice/Flute Combo For Outside Weddings! See Preface for More Ideas.
$10.69

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Piano Accompaniment, Flute, Violin, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Strings
Intermediate. 12 of the world's finest standards done in the popular Latin Jazz style. A refreshing departure from the typical swing and bossa styles which have dominated jazz in the past. This set will invite you to experience playing with an authentic Latin rhythm section over the chords to popular standards. Rhythm Section: Mark Levine (p); David Belove (b); Harold Muniz & John Santos (various percussion) Includes: St. Thomas West Coast Blues Soul Eyes Body & Soul Forest Flower Have You Met Miss Jones Desafinado What Is This Thing What's New Don't Blame Me Opus De Funk I Can't Get Started.
$15.49

Instruments: Choir, Percussion, Vocal
Intermediate/Advanced. Finally, an authentic collection of Salsa/ Latin favorites. Complete with syncopations, voicings, and bass figures guaranteed to make you play in whole new ways and expand your musical awareness. There is no drum set on this recording! The percussion is purely Latin/American and the rhythm section is tight! This is like no other Play-A-Long in the series! Rhythm Section: Mark Levine (p); David Belove (b); John Santos, Timbales & Miscellaneous Percussion; Harold Muniz (Congas & Miscellaneous Percussion) Includes: Sabor Linda Chicana Mambo Inn ii/V7/I Cha Cha ii/V7/I Bolero Afro Blue Come Candela Delirio Manteca Curacao Philly Mambo Mindanao Picadillo.
$14.49

Instruments: Choir, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Drum Set, Other, Vocal, Guitar
All Levels. Sit back and let this exciting New York rhythm section take you on an exhilarating ride through these timeless jazz session favorites. Sultry ballads, exciting bossas, and finger snappin' swing tunes at comfortable tempos makes this a welcome addition to anyone's musical library. Lyrics included. Rhythm Section: Niels Lan Doky (p); Christian Doky (b); Billy Hart (d) Includes: Autumn Leaves S'posin My Shining Hour Tenderly Witchcraft After You've Gone All Or Nothing At All Stormy Weather There Will Never Be Another You.
$14.49

Instruments: Choir, Other, Vocal
Intermediate/Advanced. It has become standard practice today for the professional musician to play at least one Latin tune in each set for added interest and variety. This popular set contains 10 beautiful and popular Bossa Novas that jazz players have enjoyed for years, played with a distinct "jazz flair" that adds energy and excitment. Complete with melody, chords, and lyrics. Transposed parts for all instruments. These songs, with their crisp, clean, tropical flavor, always seem to find a way of warming up cold practice rooms on a cold day. For meditative and truly authentic "Brazilian" styled Bossa Novas, see our play-a-long Volume 98 "Antonio Carlos Jobim", under "Related Items". Rhythm Section: Hal Galper (p); Steve Gilmore (b); Bill Goodwin (d) Includes: Girl From Ipanema One Note Samba Desafinado Meditation So Nice Little Boat How Insensitive Wave Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars Once I Loved.
$15.49

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
For all musicians regardless of ability! If you use this set with Volume 1, you will have a solid foundation to meet any new challenge. This set covers major, minor (dorian, harmonic and melodic), dominant 7th, half-diminished, lydian and sus. 4. It also has a very slow blues in F and one in Bb. 31 different tracks with a lot of variety! CD tracks have been recently extended to allow more practice time without interuption. Rhythm Section: Jamey Aebersold (p); Steve Rodby & John Goldsby (b); Mike Hyman & John Clay (d) Includes: practicing tips ear training nomenclature chromaticism digital patterns cycle & fourth exercises double-time passages comments to band directors (concert, stage/jazz, orchestra, and vocal) backgrounds for warm-ups exercises which correspond to the written tracks and more!
$19.39

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Beginning/Intermediate. This set contains some of Horace's most famous songs. Tempos are all slow to medium and musical styles & grooves represented include slow 2-beat, rock blues, lush ballad, 32 bar shuffle, bossa and swing. Many of these can be heard on Horace's break-through albums of the 60s and 70s with Joe Henderson, J.J. Johnson, and Woody Shaw. Rhythm Section: Kenny Barron (p); Ron Carter (b); Al Foster (d) Includes: Song For My Father Sister Sadie Silver's Serenade Gregory Is Here The Preacher Peace The Jody Grind Nutville.
$14.49

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
$17.49

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
This book is designed to teach music to people with special needs. Many of the activities and suggestions in this book could as easily come under the heading of recreational music, that is, the use of music for sheer enjoyment. For people with special needs, recreational music is tremendously important and can provide a safe place for the development of social skills, the release of emotions, and the satisfaction that comes from making music with others. Chapters cover dealing with specific disabilities and include activities that will facilitate the teaching of students who have these problems, "Books, Records, and Tapes" gives suggestions for further sources of information, and a section of addresses of various organizations provides places to obtain materials.
$13.19

Instruments: Choir, Organ, Other, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard
$10.64

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Favorites from the popular composer, Eddie "Electrifying" Harris. Rhythm Section: Steve Allee (p);Rufus Reid (b); Jonathan Higgins (d) Includes: Boogie Woogie Bossa Nova Cryin' Blues Antidote Listen Here Summer's On its Way Recess Sham Time The Things You Do Freedom Jazz Dance Hey Wado Renovated Rhythm 1974 Blues.
$15.49

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Discover the latest fresh, exciting trends in today's Brazilian Jazz scene. These 10 tracks, recorded in Brazil with some of its finest musicians, cover a variety of Brazilian styles, including Samba, Bossa Nova, Baiao, Afoxe, Partido-alto, and Maracatu. Book includes the usual transposed parts for all instruments plus bonus drum information, showing the basic beats of each style. This CD includes special bonus tracks of the songs being performed so that you can hear the way they should be approached; melodies and solos included. Rhythm Section: Renato Vasconcellos (Electric Piano); Andre Vasconcellos or Romulo Duarte (Electric and Acoustic Bass); Leander Motta (Drums and Percussion).
$15.49

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Cello, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Strings, Guitar
Another super-groove play-a-long featuring Joey with his trio accompanying you on Blues and some of the greatest standards ever written. Rhythm Section: Joey DeFrancesco (Organ); Paul Bollenback (Guitar); Byron Landham (Drums) Includes: Now's The Time Four On Six The More I See You Mercy, Mercy, Mercy Luch Portion I Fall In Love Too Easily Bye, Bye, Blackbird Gee, Baby Ain't I Good To You Indiana February 14th Anthropology Summertime I'm Getting Sentimental Over You Slow Blues in Bb Obama Nation Notes to the musician: There was a time when I didn't particularly enjoy jazz organ trios. In my teenage years the organ was what I heard in my Methodist church so I associated the instrument with hymns, people singing and church. As jazz evolved and Jimmy Smith and Larry Young entered my jazz record library I learned to love the sound of the Hammond B3 in a jazz setting. I grew up near Louisville, Kentucky and after receiving my driver's license, I would frequent night clubs where often there was an organ trio or quartet playing. On nights when I really felt brave, I would ask to sit in and play a song or two with them. This was part of my early musical bandstand training and it was very important to me. This Volume 123 play-a-long has an outstanding organ trio led by Joey DeFrancesco. Joey, Paul and Byron are Joey's original trio and have played on and off together for many years. I was fortunate to record them on February 14, 2008 at The Jazz Factory in Louisville, Ky., just six weeks before the Jazz Factory closed its doors for good. The trio had played there the night before to a packed house. Some of the songs on this set are on other sets but not in the organ trio format. Usually, when we duplicate a song on a play-a-long we change the tempo or key, or instrumentation and this always gives the rendition a completely different feel. The set opens with "Now's the Time," written by Charlie Parker and has become a standard blues that is probably the most called jam blues of all time. "Four on Six" by Wes Montgomery, is a contrafact written on the chords to Summertime. A contrafact is a new melody written over existing chords. The chords that Wes uses have a lot of ii/V7 substitutes and present a melodic challenge to say the least. "The More I See You" is an old standard with a nice harmonic flow and simple melody. "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" by Joe Zawinul is his most famous song and has been played and arranged many different ways over the years. The solo section is on two chords which makes it approachable by beginning level jazzers. "Lunch Portion" is an original I wrote for Joey's trio. It's a shuffle and at first, makes you think it's going to be a 12 bar blues but it's not. The last two bars of each chorus take you up to the clouds. One of the prettiest ballads ever written is "I Fall In Love Too Easily." It's a master piece in 16 measures and is taken at a very slow tempo. The old jazz standard "Bye, Bye, Blackbird" shows off the trio's ability to set a groove and keep it. After the first chorus,we substitute some descending ii/V7's over the bridge section to add variety. "Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You" is a sixteen bar tune with several unusual harmonic twists here and there. It's done very slowly and reminds me of the days when I would go hear organ trios grinding out late night jazz in Louisville or Indianapolis. We decided to do "Indiana" even though it's on other play-a-long sets. Someone on our jazz Forum suggested doing it at a slower tempo so that's what we did. The coda section goes to a Bossa nova feel. The 'February 14th' title comes from the day we recorded this set. It has a great little shuffle feel with a bridge that seems to float up to the sky. "Anthropology" is another tune written by Charlie Parker and is based on rhythm changes. The melody is very notey and is a demonstration of the technical facility "Bird" had on his alto saxophone. "Summertime" is by George Gershwin and may be the most popular American standard ever. For variety we moved this version to the key of C minor and did it at a slow tempo. "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You" has always been a tune jazz musicians loved to play on. The chords move around just enough to keep you on your toes. "Slow Blues" is just that…a very slow blues in G. Need more be said? This CD was recorded while the famous Democratic Presidential primary was taking place in America between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. "Obama-Nation" is a take off on something I saw in the local newspaper’s "letters to the editor" section during that time. The writer said, "If Obama gets elected President it will be an Obamanation." I think they said it in jest. If you like playing jazz, this play-a-long will give you hours of enjoyable opportunities and enhance your musical skills along the way. Jamey Aebersold.
$15.49

Instruments: Choir, Guitar, Organ, Drums, Other, Oud, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion, Folk