Composing for the jazz orchestra

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University of Chicago Press, 1961 - Music - 90 pages
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Contents

ALPHABETICAL CHORD SYMBOLS
1
THE SIX TYPES OF CHORDS
5
ELABORATION OF THE SDX TYPES OF CHORDS
6
BASIC HARMONIC CONSIDERATIONS
9
THE RANGES OF THE INSTRUMENTS
11
VOICING
12
OPEN POSITION VOICING I
13
NONCHORDAL TONES
29
A PRELIMINARY VIEW OF THE ENSEMBLE
48
THE BASIC ENSEMBLE METHOD
49
THE FOURTONE ENSEMBLE METHOD
51
THE PERCUSSIVE ENSEMBLE METHOD
54
BRASS MUTES
56
THE BACKGROUND
61
THE PLANNING OF ORCHESTRATION
63
COMBINATIONS OF INSTRUMENTS
65

HARMONIZATION OF NONCHORDAL TONES I
31
THE THICKENED LINE
35
THE WIDENED LINE
37
THE DOUBLE BASS
41
THE GUITAR
45
THE PIANO
47
IDENTITIES
70
CHORDS DERIVED FROM SCALES
78
THE PROGRESSION OF CHORDS DERIVED FROM SCALES
81
MIXED VOICING
83
MDCED ENSEMBLES
86
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