This book teaches how to use improvisation as a universal way of making music, enabling classical, acoustic and jazz players to learn new techniques and improvisational strategies. It also places theory and practice in a much broader context by including discussions on the historical development of improvisation, along with supplementary information on a wide range of inter-related literature and listening.
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