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Classic and DeepI can see why this is a classic book on jazz theory, but to me it s not very readable More of a reference book when things come up Also, just a tab bit deep for my current level I preferred the book Jazzology Great list of songs and albums that must be listened to Have enjoyed giving this a light reading It s an extremely well written and comprehensive resource with plenty of examples for all of the theoretical concepts A lot of it hasn t fully sunk in and won t without a lot of practice but I think it s useful to have let the ideas wash over me I expect to be coming back to this muchlater Would love to see a multi media version of the book with audio for each of the examples. @Free E-pub ⚷ The Jazz Theory Book ⚡ Endorsed by Jamey Aebersold, James Moody, Dave Liebman, and others, The Jazz Theory Book presents all the information any student of jazz needs in an easy to understand, yet thorough, manner For intermediate to advanced players, and written by one of the acknowledged masters of jazz, it is used by universities around the world This is a fantastic what book for learning jazz It walks you through what tons of things sound like, and goes on and on about how to derive and play scales.What it doesn t do very well is prepare you to actually play this stuff For example, the book takes 245 pages before it gets to how should you be practicing what we ve been talking about so far If you re like me and generally just dive into books at the front, this is NOT A PARTICULARLY GOOD This is a fantastic what book for learning jazz It walks you through what tons of things sound like, and goes on and on about how to derive and play scales.What it doesn t do very well is prepare you to actually play this stuff For example, the book takes 245 pages before it gets to how should you be practicing what we ve been talking about so far If you re like me and generally just dive into books at the front, this is NOT A PARTICULARLY GOOD STRATEGY This is part of ageneral flaw in the book, which is that it s disorganized There are 16 chapters total which are organizedby theme than usefulness or skill progression If I were to rework it, I d suggest reading the chapters in the following order 1, 4, 2, 3, 5, 12, 6 that s the order I wish I had approached them I ve just bought the ebook version of this so I have a reference on my ereader I did read it a while back, but as with any good music theory book, it s important to keep going back, as there s always stuff you need to keep revisiting It s quite a weighty tome on paper, so it s the sort of thing that s perfect in ebook form. I have long relationship with this book Going on ten years now Whenever I pick it up I always learn something new and something old clicks into place Today it s lead sheets and correcting errors and memorization tips for chord changes Tomorrow it will be tinkering with established melodies and creating heads It s an amazing book and I highly recommend it. The Jazz Theory book by Mark LeVine is probably the best book you could read if you want to be a successful jazz musician It tells you about everything, from the circle of 4ths and 5ths to the art of improvisation Everything in this book helps you whether you play the trumpet, saxophone, piano, or even bass If you had questions about chords, this book answers your question If you were wondering what scales are what, the book has that too I personally really enjoyed this book and will conti The Jazz Theory book by Mark LeVine is probably the best book you could read if you want to be a successful jazz musician It tells you about everything, from the circle of 4ths and 5ths to the art of improvisation Everything in this book helps you whether you play the trumpet, saxophone, piano, or even bass If you had questions about chords, this book answers your question If you were wondering what scales are what, the book has that too I personally really enjoyed this book and will continue to use it to answer all the questions I have I can definitely say that this book helped me become a better musician I learned a few new scales and I understand chords and chord tonesI also helped me with my improvisation I went from quarter notes and a few eighth notes to triplets and 16th note runs If you don t know music, that s a very big step I would recommend this book to anybody who wants to become a jazz musician, anybody who is already a jazz musician and wants to become better, and even professionals who want to refresh on their playing skills I believe this book can help any jazz musician become better at what they do No matter how good they are this book is definitely a go to place for jazz questions and better learning and understanding Of the many books I have on the subject The Jazz Theory Book and The Jazz Piano Book are the ones that have given me the most useful and applicable information It is my desert island jazz and even just plain music theory book It may not be for someone with zero background in music jazz theory But once someone is ready for it The Jazz Theory Book makes an indispensable reference In my personal journey towards being a jazz keyboard player there are 2 distinct periods in my development Of the many books I have on the subject The Jazz Theory Book and The Jazz Piano Book are the ones that have given me the most useful and applicable information It is my desert island jazz and even just plain music theory book It may not be for someone with zero background in music jazz theory But once someone is ready for it The Jazz Theory Book makes an indispensable reference In my personal journey towards being a jazz keyboard player there are 2 distinct periods in my development the period before and the period after acquiring the Jazz Theory Book As a keyboard player I also have Mark s Drop Two and How to Voice Standards for the Piano and find them to be excellent extensions to his broader theory books as a music theory teacher, I am constantly on the lookout for good theory books, there are very very few of them this one, however is excellent the simplified piano reductions are incredibly valuable and the discussion of the technicalities surrounding issues of taste is unique. I m only on Chapter 3 at this time but I have learnt a lot already and can t wait to readThis is a big book though and requires quite a lot of thought I ll be background reading this one for quite some time to come.