Music of George Garzone & the Triadic Chromatic Ap
- (NTSC Format)
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: 12/2/2008
'The Music of George Garzone & The Triadic Chromatic Approach" For all instruments - 2 DVD Disc set represents a life's work. A comprehensive, surprisingly intimate portrait of Legendary Tenor man and Jazz Educator, George Garzone. MUSICIANS: George Garzone: Saxophone, Mike Mainieri: Vibraphone, Frank Tiberi: Saxophone, "The Fringe" - Bob Gullotti: Drums, John Lockwood: Bass Three hours plus of material includes: The Triadic Chromatic Approach: 23 Chapters & 30 Examples of In-depth lessons Performances: Solo, Duos, Trios, an Sextet performances Trading Play Alongs: George Plays / You Play w/ Rhythm Section Pure Play Along: You Play w/ Rhythm Section Garzone On Sound: In-depth Lesson on Saxophone Sound Production PDF Supplements: Transposed for all instruments, examples, exercises and lead sheets Bonus Features: Interviews, Alternate Takes, Extras Published, Produced and Directed by former Garzone student, Jody Espina, President of JodyJazz Inc. Joe Lovano says: 'George Garzone is one of the most visible, heard and respected saxophonists and educators on the world stage today. His influence and contribution are immeasurable in scope. He is constantly working out new ideas and developing his approach to communicate with others and has been doing so for quite some time. George is dedicated to the music and is a constant inspiration to everyone around him, including me. This amazing DVD, 'The Music of George Garzone & The Triadic Chromatic Approach', will have everyone that wants to create music, enlightened and searching for fresh ways of developing new ideas !!! Enjoy the journey, that's what's it's all about." Joe Lovano David Liebman says: 'Having known, played and communed with George over decades now, I am so glad to see his hard work, honed by years of real in the trenches teaching, finally being released in a classy and professional production. No one deserves it more...this approach can truly transform your playing.' Dave Liebman.