Guitar Style of Wes Montgomery (2005)



Guitar Style of Wes Montgomery (2005)
DVD-Rip | MPG | MPEG1 @ 1200 Kbit/s | 352x288 | MP3 Stereo @ 384 Kbit/s 48 KHz | 85 min | 945 mb

Genre: Jazz, Blues, Instructional | Label: Grossman's Guitar Workshop | Language: English | Subtitle: None
Adrian Ingram's detailed examination of Wes Montgomery's unique style is a tour-de-force in the art of jazz guitar. Besides covering the more overt aspects of Montgomery's style, such as thumb
and octave techniques, important yet seldom discussed substitutional devices and soloing conceptions are also examined in detail. Rare film footage of Wes, together with performances by Adrian of classic tunes, like "4 on 6" and "West Coast Blues," further illustrate and reinforce the ideas covered in this important video lesson. Everyone with an interest in jazz guitar will find something of value here. Those who wish to incorporate the flavour of Wes Montgomery's unique style into their playing will find THE GUITAR STYLE OF WES MONTGOMERY an indispensable video lesson. A working knowledge of Wes Montgomery's characteristic techniques provides new horizons which will ultimately allow you to take your playing onto a higher level.


About the Actor

Adrian Ingram is widely recognized as one of the foremost authorities on the jazz guitar. He has written extensively about the history, players, styles and instruments of the genre. As an educator, he has served as guitar specialist for Birmingham Education Authority (1975-1981) and Lecturer in jazz and popular music at Huddersfield Technical College (1981-82). Following this he taught for thirteen years as senior lecturer in jazz guitar at the prestigious Leeds College of Music (1982-1995). Adrian has an MA in music performance and an Master of Philosophy in music education. He studied music education with professor John Paynter OBE (York University) and the guitar with Barney Kessel and Howard Roberts. He was elected both Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and Fellow of the College of Preceptors (FColl.P) in 1987 for outstanding contribution to music education. Adrian also holds advanced diplomas in classical guitar performance and instruction and has attained Dept. of Education and Science s "qualified teacher" status. His books include definitive biography of jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery, and The Gibson L5, Its History and Players (Centerstream Publishing). Adrian has produced a wide range of educational material e.g. Modem Jazz Guitar Technique (Hampton), Cool Blues and Hot Jazz (Warner Bros.) and a suite tracing the history of jazz guitar: Jazz Guitar Cameos (Mel Bay Publications, Inc.). He is also the authorized biographer of luthier Robert Benedetto. Adrian has written countless magazine articles and columns. He is a regular columnist and consultant for Guitarist, music and reviews editor for Just Jazz Guitar, and contributes to Classical Guitar, 20th Century Guitar, Vintage Guitar Classics, Vintage Guitar and Guitar. His international reputation as a player and teacher was consolidated by clinics and workshops at major festivals (New York, Arlington, Cork, Philadelphia etc.). Adrian also performs with leading jazz musicians with whom he has made a variety of recordings, and participated in radio and TV broadcasts. He is featured on the first jazz guitar DVD with guitarist John Pisano Live at Wakefield Jazz (Mel Bay Publications, Inc./String Jazz).

Product Description

Adrian Ingram's detailed examination of Wes Montgomery's unique style is a tour-de-force in the art of jazz guitar. Besides covering the more overt aspects of Montgomery's style, such as thumb and octave techniques, important yet seldom discussed substitutional devices and soloing conceptions are also examined in detail. Rare film footage of Wes, together with performances by Adrian of classic tunes, like "4 on 6" and "West Coast Blues," further illustrate and reinforce the ideas covered in this important video lesson. Everyone with an interest in jazz guitar will find something of value here. Those who wish to incorporate the flavour of Wes Montgomery's unique style into their playing will find THE GUITAR STYLE OF WES MONTGOMERY an indispensable video lesson. A working knowledge of Wes Montgomery's characteristic techniques provides new horizons which will ultimately allow you to take your playing onto a higher level.


http://www.uploadstation.com/list/Xwru7H7

http://www.filesonic.com/folder/3540001


[Fast Download] Guitar Style of Wes Montgomery (2005)


Ebooks related to "Guitar Style of Wes Montgomery (2005)" :
Music Therapy and Addictions
Bachata and Dominican Identity / La bachata y la identidad dominicana
Music Is My Life: Louis Armstrong, Autobiography, and American Jazz
Powerful Voices: The Musical and Social World of Collegiate A Cappella
Language, Music, and Computing: First International Workshop, LMAC 2015
The Words and Music of Sting
Schumann: Fantasie, Op. 17
Ray Charles - Essential Piano Songs
The Rock-N-Roll Singer's Survival Manual
Gregory D. Booth - Behind the Curtain: Making Music in Mumbai's Film Studios
Copyright Disclaimer:
This site does not store any files on its server. We only index and link to content provided by other sites. Please contact the content providers to delete copyright contents if any and email us, we'll remove relevant links or contents immediately.
ads300
histats code