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This thesis discusses the use of the bass as a melodic instrument in jazz. It focuses on seven compositions performed for a Master's recital on March 22, 2010. For each selection, I provide a brief biography of the composer, information about the song and insight on performance practice. I examine the advanced techniques pioneered by innovative bassists and explore ways in which they can be used to further exploit the melodic potential of the bass in a jazz context. A compact disc recording of the recital is included.
Beverley, Mark Curtis, "The bass as a melodic voice in jazz : extended program notes for thesis recital" (2010). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1631.
FI14051135-Track 2.mp3 (10371 kB)
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FI14051135-Track 7.mp3 (9028 kB)
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