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Regarding Volume 5 of Bergonzi’s Thesaurus of Intervallic melodies. Originally Posted by Tim Price. Are you still finding it valuable? Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements. This was incredibly thesaurux for me but I think it was good to hear and produce the theaurus against the different tonics. Maybe it’s to maintain the mystery but it actually undermines the value of the book.
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. But, why on page 13 he decides to go FCG7-N8 is totally beyond me.
I highly recommend this book. Originally Posted by davesaxa1. Regarding Volume 5 of Bergonzi’s Thesaurus of Intervallic melodies.
Sound guy theory of relativity: Just an idea- Try staying in the box sometimes-and pop and groove and burn. It helps me know where I am with all my horns in terms of pitch.
Dave As Billie Holiday put it, “Lester sings in his horn; you listen to him kelodies can almost hear the words”. There’s so many ideas packed into these exercises I occasionally use the book for transposing too like playing a line up a step, etc. I have the book and understanding what is going on is not a problem, playing the lines is not a problem, but trying to get them thesakrus your playing is another thing. I loved his 1st book – Melodic Structures – and the one on Pentatonics, but just couldjn’t get myself to dive bergoonzi the Intervallic Melodies.
Last edited by Bub99; at 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. Man, I really Tried ov work with this book Bergonzi Book 5 Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies. Intervallic studies are fascinating, and Jerry would definitely be one of the few to check out. I’ll sit with a tuner and play each note in a line VERY slowly and make every pitch “spot on” from the second it sounds.
I recommend getting it still. What jerry suggested to me to start this book was take the first ten pages and sing them over a C major triad, then over E major and Ab triads then some minor triads, this way the ear accepts the harmony rub.
Bergonzi Book 5 Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies
I use it as sight reading material with a metronome often. Ya might dig it 8 Ya never know!!! Bergonzi’s Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies Does anyone have any experiences with this study, positive or otherwise? I pay attention to jetry tone of each note and making them the same. Just keep hacking it out. You could really get the sound of a chromatic-type line in you ears, then later you could play around with it, changing it or making up your own line. Unfortunately Jerry isn’t a personal friend so I can’t actually get him to clarify; perhaps he’d like to post here.
Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements. Wow, I ordered this book and the Pentatonic book.
Jerry Bergonzi – Vol.5 – Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies
Why not go FFFF11 but vary the patten? I think also a lot of my stuff I’ve been writing out for the last half dozen years, through studying with jerry’s meloodies friend Charlie Banacos is of paramount importance here harmonically. I’m not really worried about getting through it all. Anything that expands the ear is a good thing, Its probably exactly what I need to dive into in fact.
It’s a great book. It’s an acquired taste. Horns are like wine: Gonz has some stuff in there that’ll open your head and ears.
All times are GMT. The codes like “F11” are used to describe a pattern to play: Thread Tools Show Printable Version.