The Definitive Guide To Mastering Music Improvisation
What you'll learn
- Demonstrate facility in over 60 improvisation techniques
- Improvise music easily
- Express yourself without limits
- Create improvisations that sound good to you
- Instill feeling, authority, and confidence into your music
- Generate shape and coherence in your improvisations
- Produce diverse musical ideas
- Play improvisations in any style
- Be original and establish your very own style
- Devise improvisations without using music theory
- Accelerate the growth of your playing level
- Enjoy making music even when your time is limited
- Become more of a total musician
- All you need to take this course is a musical instrument, including voice or percussion.
The Definitive Guide To Mastering Music Improvisation is unique.
I tell you things in this course that nobody else is talking about, such as:
- how to use improvisation to transform your emotions
- how to instill comfort and confidence into your playing
- how to identify your highest priority when creating music
Of course, you will also learn basics, like creating coherence in your improvisations and matching what you hear mentally to what you play on your instrument.
The Definitive Guide To Mastering Music Improvisation develops your abilities in a natural series of steps. First, you gain total understanding of the benefits of improvisation. Then you master the techniques of improvisation. Finally, you conquer the most common barriers that people come up against.
Improvisation is the quickest, most fundamental way to prove to yourself that you are musical. Yet it requires:
- no reading
- no memorizing
- no practicing
- no technical difficulties
- no theoretical knowledge
And because you aren't playing from a printed page, there are
- no mistakes
What could be better?
You are improvising right now. It's what you do most of the time. Maybe you're having a conversation, or making a sandwich, or driving a car. You don't know what will happen next. You don't have a script. Yet, all day long, you successfully respond to all kinds of situations.
How can you plug this everyday functioning into playing music? Since you already are an improviser, all you need is the right information. I can give that to you. The rest is easy. And fun.
You can start right now. Sign up for The Definitive Guide To Mastering Music Improvisation and open the door to knowing your magnificent musical self.
I look forward to working with you!
Who this course is for:
- The Definitive Guide To Mastering Music Improvisation is for newcomers who want to learn how to improvise and for accomplished improvisers who want to progress beyond their current stage. It is for all instruments and all styles of music, and it is especially suitable for:
- musicians who feel that improvisation is an inaccessible mystery
- musicians who feel that their creativity is not being fulfilled only by playing written music
- anyone who has been told that they are not musical
- anyone who gave up on music lessons
- anyone seeking to add a new dimension to their musicality and to fulfill more of their potential
JEFFREY CHAPPELL is a gifted, innovative teacher who is renowned for his ability to connect with music students of every age, instrument, and level of ability. He teaches improvisation as the Director of Jazz Studies at Goucher College in Baltimore, as a faculty member of the Levine School of Music in Washington, D.C., and in master classes and private lessons. He also teaches improvisation to music teachers as a popular lecturer at schools, universities, and music teacher association meetings. He has frequently improvised for silent films at the National Gallery of Art and was a member of The Lenox Ensemble, an improvisation group of classical musicians. He brings an amazing diversity of experience to his teaching: he has performed throughout the world as a classical concert pianist, and he is also a jazz musician, a recording artist, a prizewinning composer, and the author of articles for music magazines as well as “Answers From Silence”, an internationally bestselling book about spirituality. He was a scholarship student at the Curtis Institute, the Peabody Conservatory, and the BMI Musical Theater Workshop.