Udemy College Level Jazz Theory part 1 TUTORiAL | File Size 1.41 GB | Last updated 10/2015 | Free download

What you’ll learn

  • Students should be able to identify modes
  • Students should be able to identify and play against ii V and ii V I chord changes
  • Students should be able to identify triads and extensions, tritone and other chord substitutions.
  • At the conclusion of the course a student should be able to effectively analyze an approach to improvisation over standard jazz tunes.

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of music theory: note names, meters (time signatures), elementary reading ability in treble and bass clef.
  • You must be able to play an instrument with some fluency. Basic understanding of piano.
  • Students must have reasonable facility with an instrument

Description

This is a course by a musician for musicians. Included in this course are: reading assignments, printable “handouts”, audio files and lecture videos. Each module contains about one week or more of information.

Below you will see a required and suggested text for this course. I advise you to get both of these texts to get the most out of this course.

Also, listed are the modules covered and the content explored.

Required text: – The Jazz Theory Book by Mark Levine. Sher Music Co.

ISBN 1-883217-04-0

Additional Text: The Real Book sixth edition

There are other versions of this text in Eb, Bb, Bass Clef.

Who this course is for:

  • This course is not intended for non-musicians

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