Improvise for Real: The Complete Method for All

Improvise for Real: The Complete Method for All Improvise for Real is a step by step method that teaches you to improvise your own music through progressive exercises that anyone can do You ll learn to understand the sounds in the music all around you And you ll learn to express your own musical ideas exactly as you hear them in your mind.The method starts with very simple creative exercises that you can begin right away As you progress, the method leads you on a guided tour through the entire world of modern harmony You will be improvising your own original melodies from the very first day, and your knowledge will expand with each practice session as you explore and discover our musical system for yourself.Improvise for Real brings together creativity, ear training, music theory and physical technique into a single creative daily practice that will show you the entire path to improvisation mastery You will learn to understand the sounds in the music all around you and to improvise with confidence over jazz standards, blues songs, pop music or any other style you would like to play And you ll be jamming, enjoying yourself and creating your own music every step of the way.The method is open to all instruments and ability levels The exercises are easy to understand and fun to practice There is no sight reading required, and you don t need to know anything about music theory to begin Already being used by both students and teachers inthan 20 countries, Improvise for Real is now considered by many people to be the definitive system for learning to improvise If you have always dreamed of truly understanding music and being able to improvise with complete freedom on your instrument, this is the book for you

7 thoughts on “Improvise for Real: The Complete Method for All Instruments

  1. Camps Charly Camps Charly says:

    Ce livre est une r volution.Il change de mani re radicale de la mani re occidentale d approcher la musique.Les deux principales caract ristiques qui font la r ussite de la p dagogie de ce livre sont D une part, l abandon du syst me de nommage absolutiste occidental Absolutiste dans le sens o un Do sera toujours un Do peu importe sa place dans la tonalit Cela

  2. mymo34 mymo34 says:

    Ce livre correspond exactement au genre d approche musicale que je cherchais depuis des mois il aborde la vraie musique mon sens, c est dire celle o on joue pour le plaisir, pour exprimer des choses personnelles, pour soi comme pour les autres, en mettant de c t la performance pour impressionner et les reproductions syst matiques et m caniques des uvres des au

  3. Dana Dana says:

    M thode tr s claire qui permet de voir la matrice derri re l apparence d une partition.Ce livre donne aussi r fl chir sur l coute de sa propre musique int rieure et sur le moyen de l exprimer dans ses improvisations Ce qui n est pas rien

  4. MJD18 MJD18 says:

    I ve been playing music for 30 years and singing professionally for about 15 I started studying jazz harmony in college and have noodled on the piano every since but not really getting very far in terms of truly creating music and improvising i.e composing.The information in the book has completely changed my musical life for the better I mean WAY better And I v

  5. Terence Coughlin Jr. Terence Coughlin Jr. says:

    David Reed s approach to melody, harmony, tonal center, chords to appreciating the learning of music in general is truly freeing My mom was a high school music teacher and piano teacher, so I have some understanding of theory through osmosis I didn t much care about music theory at the time, as I was a drummer , but everything David writes in this book about the

  6. Mr Bob Mr Bob says:

    This book is the most fun you can have sitting down The author introduces a series of exercises that methodically improves your ability to improvise Some of them like free singing the numbered tones in scales you can do in your car, if you don t mind the stares My favorite is improvising along with songs on the radio Once you can do it with your voice, you can sta

  7. Stuart Aberdein Stuart Aberdein says:

    This book takes a totally differently approach compared with the many other books I ve read on improvising The emphasis is not on learning numerous scales and lots of harmonic analysis The author concentrates instead on getting you to really hear and feel the various harmonic environments He has some great exercises to do this He also has a very nice way of showing

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