[Ebook] Improvise for Real: The Complete Method for All Instruments Par David Reed – Rvtrek.info

Improvise for Real: The Complete Method for All Instruments 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 MindThe 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 YourselfImprovise 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 WayThe 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 In Than 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

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

  1. 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 au profit d une approche relativiste des notes Chaque n

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    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 autres.Un des objectifs est de prendre le temps de ressentir la mu

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    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. says:

    Here s the short version if you re looking for a method that s simple and enjoyable, and at the same time actually trains your ear and teaches you how to improvise, then buy this book Long version I ve only had this book about 2 months, and I m already seeing improvements in how I approach improvising and playing the piano I ve been an amateur musician for about 12 years, and my practice routine till now has consisted of learning other people

  5. says:

    This book will change the way you assimilate and store musical information, providing an all encompassing framework with which to internalise all music you hear or create and have fun in the process In the past, I experimented to a limited degree with some of the concepts outlined in this book, but failed to recognise that they were the most logical and intuitive way to set about a lifetime of musical expression You will find that in time, the fog of t

  6. says:

    This book is great for another angle of approach to learning an instrument, it allows you quite quickly to explore your instrument in a musical fashion as opposed to what can be the mechanical repetiton of scales when learning theory I have been learning the saxophone for 3 yrs and was getting a little bogged down with the music theory I actually stopped playing for 6 mounths I have since realised due to this book that I have not been paying enough attention to

  7. says:

    I have started reading the book and working on Exercise 1 at the moment I think this is going to be really useful and will help improve improvisational and harmony skills I believe the books and materials will help anyone at any level and make practicing interesting and fun Originally I had a few technical issues accessing the material, but this has now been resolved due to the outstanding technical support received These materials are available on laptop or mobile for l

  8. says:

    I have not worked through the whole book yet as this will take some time However, I have found the approach is very user friendly and really uncluttered with little concern for musical theory Therefore, it is very easy to get started and grasp the basic ideas No doubt, as will everything, progress will be dependent on how much time the student regularly gives to the exercises I have yet to find out how it will end, but it is so far very promising and a most interesting approach to

  9. says:

    Still early days yet but the exercises in the book although deceptively simple have a hidden depth.This is NOT a book to rush through.there is a temptation to ignore the advice of the author and just sped on ahead.DON T This is not about learning reams of complex theory, its about getting to know your instrument on a very intimate level it is the core skill set of the true improviser.

  10. says:

    Improvise For Real is the best music improvisation method i have encountered Unlike most all other methods available IFR encourages the learner on his her own path to discovering the sounds of the music we hear around us Much than a mere method it is a complete course in understanding and recognising what we hear, through a series of musical self development exercises which encompass listening, ear training, thinking, translating the sounds onto our instrument of choice, and many other musical benefi

  11. says:

    Only just started reading the book and I m working on Exercise 1 at the moment I think this book is going to be really useful and I ve already told a few people about it Very pleased with it so far.

  12. says:

    Only done the first couple of exercises over the last two weeks so far but already I feel I m listening to my own playing much better and I feel much confident I like down the earth feel of this book The author has great insight regarding the pitfalls of traditional music teaching and has created a very interesting program that will surely help many to overcome their fears about making music.

  13. says:

    After many years of trying to marry chord theory to moving around the fret board on a guitar I have found David Reed s book an exciting new way of visualizing exactly what needs to be practiced and learnt David leads the player on a journey from a basic understanding of the Major chord in Western music right through to soloing in all the seven modes Numbers are used instead of note names which enables the student to move effortlessly between any key on the fretboard.This book is all about improvising freely on any instrument but i

  14. says:

    Great book I bought vit because I had been loaned a copy to look at and I just had to own my own copy Only complain, like all books of this type it refuses to lie open without being bent back which, of course, breaks the back of the book PLEASE supply this book with a spiral binding, it may cost a little but so does my having to get this one spiral bound by my local copy shop Sandy

  15. says:

    A great read, different approach than other music books

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