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The arrows I can understand but those arrangments of ABC and D are not explained and don’t seem to apply to what is written on the staff. I highly recommend this book.
This was incredibly hard for me but I think it was good to hear and produce the pitches against the different tonics. Maybe it’s too stupid of a question? How are melodeis getting on with this Kenfen, it seemed pretty obscure to me when I checked through it in the shop.
A couple of these lines go a long way. You also have a set of letters and numbers at the top of the page and then a whole different set above every set of 4 or 5 notes. I’m assuming it’s random. I use the book most often for pitch exersizes. Can someone clue me in here?
Jerry Bergonzi – Vol.5 – Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies
You really can’t go wrong with Jerry. Gonz thesaurhs some stuff in there that’ll open your head and ears. And what do they mean anyway? For instance, let’s say the chart says F7: Hi, I can’t believe no one is using this book? Clarinet is even more insane in that regard. The last thing I need is another unused book to add to the pile. I use it as sight reading material with a metronome often.
And also, just making me open up to different places to go. BTW-Melodic Structures is worth it as well. I just picked up the Vol.
I think this book is probably one of the most unique tomes Bergonzi has come up with yet. I’m a bit slow on understanding the layout and I wonder if anyone is working in this book that has a full understanding of what’s going on?
Man, I really Tried to work with this book I can tell it’s opening my ear and fingers up to new shapes and sounds. You know like all the intervals you hate on clarinet. I also bsrgonzi students to think more rhythmically by having them improvise their own rhythms over the line Bergonzi provided.
I’m just trying to to get my head around playing that freely and using a random mathmatical approach. It’s really helping me with sight reading and technique. Anything that expands the ear is a good thing, Its probably exactly what I need to dive into in fact.
You could really bsrgonzi the sound of a chromatic-type line in you ears, then later you could play around with it, changing it or making up your own line. I mean, I can get tons out of the book by bergozi playing the lines, but I’d like to know what the text at the top of the pages is really talking about.
It’s been a big help to me, plus having jerry as a friend so I can just get into this book faster by knowing him and asking him stuff when I hit the wall. Bergonzi’s Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies Does anyone have any experiences with this study, positive or otherwise? But, why on page 13 he decides to go FCG7-N8 is totally beyond me.
I’ll sit with a tuner and play each note in a line VERY slowly and make every pitch “spot on” from the second it sounds.
Bergonzi’s Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies
I’d rather not construct my solos thinking about intervals. The problem with this book, and this is common in music books, is that it’s bwrgonzi, at least for an average bear like me, to know what is supposed to be going on. In just the very short time I’ve used it, it’s opening my playing up to other worlds If you also check berglnzi jerry’s new CD, Dreaming Outloud on Wailing City Sound CD’s a lot mrlodies the tunes that are in this book are finally out in performance form so you can hear some of this inovative and intervallic playing that jerry is about.
Originally Posted by Tim Price. Does anyone have any experiences with this study, positive or otherwise? It kinda opened my ears big time with his chordal stuff I do on piano. It’s an acquired taste.
From the first ten pages Excuse me Jerry but you dropped a page of the introduction on the floor before it got to the printers.