Mel Bay's Best Scale Method for Any Instrument

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Mel Bay's Best Scale Method for Any Instrument

by Collin Bay

Book/CD set. Provides the most efficient way to practice scales and the fastest path to mastery of one's instrument. This scale routine is a vehicle for increasing tactile familiarity and improving facility, velocity and tone. Its very nature - outside of specific repertoire - allows one to focus on technical things ideally relegated to one's subconscious when performing music in a real-world context. Not an encyclopedia of scales; rather, a comprehensive way to practice scales (and for that matter, arpeggios, chords and patterns). Suitable for all instruments. Intermediate/advanced. 20 pp.
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Contents:

Introduction

Part One

Chromatic (“Half-Step”) Root Movement

Single-octave scales

Two-octave scales

Three-octave scales

Full-range scales, lowest root to highest root

Full-range scales, lowest scale tone to highest scale tone

Whole-Step Root Movement

Single-octave scales

Two-octave scales

Three-octave scales

Full-range scales, lowest root to highest root.

Full-range scales, lowest scale tone to highest scale tone

Minor Third Root Movement

Single-octave scales

Two-octave scales

Three-octave scales

Full-range scales, lowest root to highest root

Full-range scales, lowest scale tone to highest scale tone

Major Third Root Movement

Single-octave scales

Two-octave scales

Three-octave scales

Full-range scales, lowest root to highest root

Full-range scales, lowest scale tone to highest scale tone

Perfect Fourth Root Movement

Single-octave scales

Two-octave scales

Three-octave scales

Full-range scales, lowest root to highest root

Full-range scales, lowest scale tone to highest scale tone

Tritone Root Movement

Single-octave scales

Two-octave scales

Three-octave scales

Full-range scales, lowest root to highest root

Full-range scales, lowest scale tone to highest scale tone

Part Two

Single-octave scales in thirds

Pairs

Groups of three

Groups of four

Part Three

End Note

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Skill level intermediate2