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The Basic Progression in Jazz - I

The Basic Progression in Jazz - I

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Grigory BONDARENKO
The basic progression in jazz - I.
The art of arrangement.
(practical guidance on jazz harmony)
for piano
 A manual for secondary and higher musical institutions
Second revised edition
Moscow
2004
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Foreword………………………………………..……………………………………………..……...32. A note of the author….………………………………..………………………….…………………...43. The basic progression in jazz (
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-V-I)………………………………………..…………..…………...54. Chords comprehended in the structure of «The basic progression in jazz» (II-V-I)………………….6Cm7………………………………………………………………………..…….……………….6Cmaj7……………………………………………………………………..…….………………..8Dm7(-5)…………………………………………………………………..…….………………...9C7……………………………………………………………………….……..………………..115. Performance and analysis of the sequences of «The basic progression in jazz» as a means to educateharmonic ear……………………………………………………………….………….……………..…246. Tritone chord substitution in «The basic progression in jazz» (II-V-I)…………...….……………..297. The use of bifunctional chords. Suspension and the principles of its application in the chords of «The basic progression in jazz» (II-V-I)…………..………………………….……….…….…………338. Block chords and the principles of their structure and application….……..……….….…………....349. Transposition of chords to create a melodic line of accompaniment………………….…………….3510. The basic principles of harmonization and arrangement using «The basic progression in jazz» (
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-V-I)…………………………………………………….………………………………………………38
SELECTED WORKS
………….……….………………………………………….…….………45G. Bondarenko. «Zabaikalskiy parafraz» (Transbaikalian paraphrase) (09.2001)……………..47I. Dunayevsky. «Serdtse» (Heart) (08.2001)………………………….…………………..….....49M. Glinka. «Slavsya» (11.2001)…….…………………….………………………….……51M. Glinka. «Patrioticheskaya pesnya» (The patriotic song) (11.2002)……………….…...53R. Glière. «Gymn velikomu gorodu» (Hymn to a Great City) (09.2003)…………….…54Russian folk song. «Cheryemukha» (bird cherry tree) (03.1999)…….…………………….….… 56Georgian folk song «Suliko» (08.2001)……………………….….………………………………..58Neapolitan folk song. «Come back to Sorrento» (11.2002)…………………..………….…………61G. Bondarenko. Paraphrased ballad themes of M. Kazhlayev (02.2004)……………….….….62M. Kazhlayev. «O tebe ya dumayu» (It’s you I’m thinking of) (09.1984)…………..……….66Ch.Parker. «Bloomdido»(10.1996)………………………..………………………...……68J.Kosma. «Autumn leaves» (03.1981)……………………………………………….….72T.Monk. «Round midnight» (09.1988)………………….………………………….….76I.Gordon. «Uforgettable» (11.2002)………………………………………………….…85J.(Toots) Thielemans. «Bluesette» (10.2002)…...………………………….…….…………………88G. Bondarenko. «Ellingtoniade» paraphrased themes of Duke Ellington (01.2001)..……….90Old Scottish folk song (02.2004)……………....……………………………………………………..98
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FOREWORD
Grigory BONDARENKO
is an outstanding jazz pianist and arranger. The musician received aclassical education at Moscow Military Conservatory. He studied arrangement under colonel G.Kornilov, Honored Artist of Russia, the head of orchestration and playing from score department; and jazz band under colonel V. Myasoyedov, Honored Artist of Russia, the head of wing and percussioninstruments department. Grigory Bondarenko has recently been busy with the theoretical study of jazzand arrangement.
«The basic progression in jazz - I»
uniquely summarizes both personal experience of Mr.Bondarenko as a performer and in-depth study of works of outstanding jazz musicians.This work consists of two parts. The first one theoretically considers a wide range of harmonyissues: from positions of chords and their names to rules of relations between them and principles of arrangement. Each statement is illustrated with concrete examples for solo piano and a piano-bassduet.The second part contains selected arrangements of different nature ranging from folk and popsongs to jazz standard.I hope that
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The basic progression in jazz - I 
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will be of use to all young musicians and jazzaficionados.
Boris Gnilov
 , Doctor of Fine Arts, Associate Professor,Moscow State Thcaikovskiy Conservatoire

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