Details about Blues Jazz Improvisation Eddie Jobson, Juno 60 Synclavier Keyboard Magazine 1984See original listing
Dec 11, 2011
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Like New: A book that looks new but has been read. Cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket (if ... Read moreabout the condition
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Like New Condition: Cover as shown, fully intact, tight, with 106 very flexible, semi-gloss pages. The soundpage disc attached, never played and in excellent condition.
Here is a summary of this issue taken from a magazine issued 20 years later:
This October 1984 issue of Keyboard Magazine is devoted singularly to the art of improvisation in different musical styles. Dozens of tips, excercises, and encouraging suggestions will help any keyboard player stray from the written score.
Eddie Jobson weighs in on Rock improvisation
Denny Zeitlin (a practicing psychiatrist as well as keyboard player) offers mental tips and insights.