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I would stick with the same line and thesaursu went it went to the next track and key I would sing the line again over the new key. Bergonzi’s Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies Thexaurus anyone have any experiences with this study, positive or otherwise? I’m not really worried about getting through it all. BTW-Melodic Structures is worth it as well. Ihtervallic been a big help to me, plus having jerry as a friend so I can just get into this book faster by knowing him and asking him stuff when I hit the wall.
There are some great lines in there, but they seem to happen accidentally. I mean, I can get tons out of the book by simply playing the lines, but I’d like to know what the text at the top of the pages is really talking about.
Originally Posted by Tim Price. I’m a bit confused with it. I mentioned this book a fews years back and melodiees get many responses either. Am I missing something?
I use it as sight reading material with a metronome often. It helps me know where I am with all my horns in terms of pitch. Anyhow it’s a great book it makes a lot of sense and I hope what i said helps. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
The time now is Talk about a Slow Boat to China! But, why on page 13 he decides to go FCG7-N8 is totally beyond me. Jerry described to me that the book is good for not only improving your technique and sight reading, but also breaking finger habits which we all have and developing a different approach to pitch retention.
Anything inteervallic expands the ear is a good thing, Its probably exactly what I need to dive into in fact.
Along with Tim’s advice another thing that is great that I was doing was if I had a long ride to a gig I would put on the CD that comes with it and try to sing through the exercise to the CD while I was driving.
All times are GMT. There’s so many ideas packed into these exercises I recommend getting it still. Originally Posted by hakukani. Just because you are a musician it doesn’t mean that you’re not expected to write clear introductions and explanations. Once you know the “ins-and-outs” of a few, it could help you ears alot–or at least you would have a few “bursts” of “out” stuff you could blast out, in certain solo ocassions.
I’m assuming it’s random.
It’s really helping me with melodles reading and technique. I also get students to think more rhythmically by having them improvise their own rhythms over the line Bergonzi provided.
I think my brain just exploded I think also a lot of my stuff I’ve been writing out for the last half dozen years, through studying with jerry’s childhood friend Charlie Banacos is of paramount importance here harmonically. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. It makes things a lot clearer. You know like all the intervals you hate on clarinet.
Check out one of the blues and start to play some lines over top of inhervallic. Thanks, I’ll take another look and bear in mind Tim’s comments.
Jerry Bergonzi – Vol.5 – Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies
I think my brain just imploded! I’m a bit slow on understanding the layout and I wonder if anyone is working in this theesaurus that has a full understanding of what’s going on?
I’m thinking of spending some time with it. Can someone clue me in here? I think this book is probably one of the most unique tomes Bergonzi has come up with yet.