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Swing Guitar Essentials (Bk/Cd)

Title: Swing Guitar Essentials (Bk/Cd)


Voicing/Format: Guitar
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog #: 00699193
Series: Guitar Educational Price: $19.99

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This comprehensive book/CD pack includes 5 full songs (including “Minor Swing” and “Avalon”) and 10 in-depth lessons for players of all levels, taught and recorded (slowly and up to tempo) by the master teachers at Acoustic Guitar magazine. It introduces guitarists to swing's essential styles and pioneering players – from Eddie Lang to Count Basie's rhythm master Freddie Green to Hot Club virtuoso Django Reinhardt, and covers topics such as jazz chord basics, movable chord forms, swing soloing, and more. Instructors include Dix Bruce, Hal Glatzer, David Hamburger, John Jorgenson, John Lehmann-Haupt, Tony Marcus, Scott Nygaard and Michael Simmons.
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