The Real Easy Book Vol. 2 – Tunes for Intermediate Improvisers (C, Bb, Eb, Bass Clef)

$72.95

The Real Easy Book – Volume 2 is great for school jazz combos, private teachers or any musician who likes jazz! Following up the great success of The Real Easy Book – Volume 1, Volume 2 is perfect for students with a few years playing experience, right up to working professionals.

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The Real Easy Book – Volume 2 is great for school jazz combos, private teachers or any musician who likes jazz! Following up the great success of The Real Easy Book – Volume 1, Volume 2 is perfect for students with a few years playing experience, right up to working professionals.

From jazz classics like Four, Scrapple From The Apple, and Dear Old Stockholm to contemporary tunes like George Benson’s Mimosa and Donald Fagen’s Walk Between Raindrops, this selection of songs will keep you smiling for years.

The Real Easy Book – Volume 2 will save band directors countless hours of writing out scales for soloing, chord voicings, guitar diagrams and bass lines – they are all included with each tune!

Who Should Have This Book?

InĀ The Real Easy Book – Volume 2, clear lead sheets of great, intermediate-level jazz tunes have been coupled with corresponding educational material that any student, teacher, band director, or professional musician will find valuable.

  • Jazz band directors with intermediate lvel combos can use this book to develop challenging repertoire and arrangements.
  • Jazz teachers can use this book as a vehicle to teach their lessons to intermediate jazz students and combos.
  • Individual students can study alone or use this book in conjunction with private instruction.
  • Professional musicians can use this book as a great resource for gigs, jam sessions, and personal study.

 

Specifications

Weight 860 g
Dimensions 355 × 255 × 40 mm
Version

C, Bb, Eb, Bass Clef

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