Improvise jazz on trumpet with a simple six-step method
This is not a how to play the trumpet book. It’s a how to play music book!
Many brass players come from a classical background which may not have taught you how to play by ear. While this can provide an excellent grounding in music, it doesn’t teach you how to improvise, and often it’s difficult for classically trained musicians to learn Jazz soloing.
Beginner Jazz Soloing For Trumpet is the perfect guide to bridge the gap. Devised by Buster Birch (visiting jazz professor at Trinity Conservatoire), this book teaches a creative method for improvisation that’s been road-tested at hundreds of workshops.
Professor approved jazz trumpet soloing
Don’t just take our word for it!
“Buster Birch has put together a very organised and comprehensive method for any trumpet player wishing to begin jazz improvisation. Buster shows a solid understanding of how jazz can be taught and I thoroughly recommend this book.” – Steve Waterman – Professor of jazz trumpet at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, The Royal Northern College of Music, Canterbury Christ Church University and The Purcell School.
“Highly recommended for players new to improvising and looking for an engaging way to get started with this component of jazz vocabulary. Buster has created a well thought-out and easy to follow guide. – Nick Smart – internationally renowned jazz trumpeter and educator
Learn to improvise blues and jazz on trumpet from the ground up
- Discover a systematic guide to improvisation by an award-winning musician and educator
- Master the simple call and response method of composing improvised lines
- Grow your skills through a well-conceived method that builds layer-on-layer
- Improvise using the Minor Pentatonic scale
- Learn how to easily transpose your ideas to any other key
Bonus: Free audio to download, so you can hear exactly how each example should sound
A simple six-step trumpet improvisation method that works every time
All the exercises in this book have been tried and tested in jazz workshops with both child and adult learners, producing astonishing results time and again. In 2017 the author’s jazz school won the prestigious Will Michael Diploma Award for Jazz Education – a national award recognising “outstanding commitment to jazz education”.
In Beginner Jazz Soloing For Trumpet the art of improvisation for beginners is broken down into six steps that guide students to become confident improvisers. You will become fully equipped to improvise a solo with confidence.
Learn to improvise on trumpet and create your own musical ideas
Having begun to improvise, you will also learn:
- To play four specially written tunes that demonstrate how to turn improvised ideas into songs
- How to compose your own riff blues tune
- Taking beginner jazz trumpet soloing further
Learn to play jazz solo lines over the ii V I progression – the most common chord sequence in Jazz
Learn trumpet articulation techniques that add emotion and flair to your jazz solos, such as legato, staccato, slurs, ghost notes and more…
Audio and backing tracks
Beginner Jazz Soloing For Trumpet contains FREE audio examples and backing tracks. You’ll hear each idea in action and every articulation clearly played for you to copy. It truly is a one-stop-shop on your path to jazz improvisation
Buy Beginner Jazz Soloing For Trumpet and get creative right now.
Today is the day you learn to improvise!