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Sue

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I know this has been mentioned before but I can't find a thread to revisit.

Lots of you will be familiar with Jamey Aebersold's little red handbook but it might be new to some and helpful to folk. I'd forgotten I had it tbh but wanted to look something out and remembered it had some great stuff in it - all free.

Link to download or read online is http://www.jazzbooks.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?screen=fqbk
 

Ivan

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I know this has been mentioned before but I can't find a thread to revisit.

Lots of you will be familiar with Jamey Aebersold's little red handbook but it might be new to some and helpful to folk. I'd forgotten I had it tbh but wanted to look something out and remembered it had some great stuff in it - all free.

Link to download or read online is http://www.jazzbooks.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?screen=fqbk

Thanks very much for this

I'm not good at reading old posts, so this revisited revisit is much appreciated
 

jbtsax

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Thanks Sue. I had forgotten about this book. I must have given my copy to a student years ago. The amount of useful information in this single condensed handbook is amazing.
 
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I have a great master index of the "Jamey Aebersold" series listing all the tracks and what volume they are in also an even better master index of all the "real book" series listing all the tunes and in what volume they are in. Both master index are in pdf format.

If anyone wants a copy of these just PM me and i will gladly share!
 
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zelda

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Thanks for this. I've bookmarked it and have read the first half dozen pages. Now it's time to get out the sax and start playing.
 
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