プレイ アコーディオン Vol.2 教則本曲集

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Play Accordion volume 2
編成:アコーディオン(スタンダード・ベース)
編集:Peter Michael Haas
言語:英語
ページ数:104ページ
サイズ:21×29.5cm

ドイツのアコーディオニストで音楽教育家のPeter Michael Haas。
中級者へ向けた教則と実際の曲が詰まった1冊です。

【タイトル】
• - Hello and welcome...
• - Chord Symbols and Bass Note Notation
• - Your Instrument
...and what you have to think about when playing
• - A Small Warm Up: Breathing Exercises
• - The Beguine Accompaniment
• - New Notation Symbols
The Sign to Rest: the Fermata
The Symbol for Breathing: the Breath Mark
• - Chromaticism
• - A New Articulation: Martellato
Scale Fluency – Legato and Martellato
• - Exercise: Double Stops (Sixths)
• - Workshop Piece No. 1 – Roxy’s Waltz
1. “One, Two, Three...”: There’s a Count Off
2. The Chord Sequence
3. The Melody
4. Chord Shenanigans
The One Bar Repeat Sign
5. Roxy’s Waltz – the Entire Form
• - A Chapter on Harmony: Triads Built on the Steps of the Scale
• - A New Ornamentation: the Upper Mordent
• - Unfamiliar Sounds: Scales from Eastern Europe
Finger Training: Slurring Double Stops (Thirds)
• - The “Drum Accompaniment”
• - New Rhythms: Odd Meters
Changing Dynamics: Suddenly or Gradually?
• - Workshop Piece No. 2 – Chanana’s Rhythm
• - Anticipated Accents
• - Rhythm Exercise: Tapping and Clapping!
• - Melody vs. Rock Bass: New Rhythm Exercises
• - Finger Training: Double Stops
Rolling Arpeggios
• - Eighth Note Triplets...
• - New Exercises for the Bellows
“Bellows Shake”
• - The Dynamic Colon: the “Forte-Piano” with Crescendo
• - A New Articulation: Portato
More Vivid Playing
• - The Hora Rhythm
• - Finger Training: Slurring Triads
• - Voicing Exercise
• - Workshop Piece No. 3 – 6:30 Blues
1. The Chord Sequence: the Blues Form
2. The Blues Rhythm
Simplified Notation of the Blues Rhythm
Chorus 1: Rhythmic Motif
Chorus 2: Melody Motif
Dirty Tricks: Tremolo and Roll
Chorus 3
• - Four Note Chords: a New World
Expanded Notation for the Bass
• - From Impressionism to Jazz Harmony
Major Chord with a Major Seventh: the Major 7 Chord
Minor Chord with a Minor Seventh: the Minor 7 Chord
• - A New Sound Option – Vibrato
Quarter Note Triplets
• - Four Note Chord Extension: the Ninth
The Major 7/9 Chord
The Minor 7/9 Chord
• - A Chapter on Harmony: Four Note Chords Built on the Steps of the Scale
• - Overview of the Five Most Important Four Note Chord Types
Typical Chord Progression – the “II – V – I” Progression
Tension Factor: the Circle Progression
• - “3 Against 2”
Rhythm Exercise for Los Dos Cactùssos
• - Finger Training: Four Note Chords
• - Rhythm Exercises for Hola, que tal!
• - A Preferred Collection of Notes for Improvisation – the Blues Scale
A Blues Scale Solo for Hola, que tal!
• - Four Note Chord Inversions
Connecting Inversions
• - Workshop Piece No. 4 – Merry Go Round
1. The Structure of the Piece
2. The Chords
Rhythm: a Simple “Swing” Accompaniment
3. The Melody
Swing Feeling: the Thing Is How Much “Swing”
Chorus 1: Chords in Rhythm
Chorus 2: from the Chord to the Melody
• - “3 - 3 - 2” – the Rumba Rhythm
• - The Half Diminished Chord
• - The Bossa Nova Rhythm
• - New Chord – Cm6
• - Workshop Piece No. 5 – Tribute to Astor
The Structure of the Piece
Cue Notes
• - A New Rhythmic Element: N-Tuplets
• - Rhythm Exercise for Ipanema Boy
• - Timelessly Sad Sounds – the “Doina”

Appendix:
• - Fingering Diagrams for the Most Important Jazz Chords
• Fingerings Built on the Root Note (based on E)
• Fingerings Built on the Counter Bass (based on E)
• Further Chord Fingerings
• - Style Dictionary and Mini Discography
• - List of Song Titles/CD Index Numbers
• - The Bass Buttons – Overview