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Emily Remler - Advanced Jazz & Latin Improvisation - DVD
This hour-long DVD lesson with the late Emily Remler covers some of jazz guitar's most important topics, such as true bossa-nova style, samba rhythms, unique chord positions, alternating bass lines, syncopated guitar parts, passing chords, jazz minor scales, arpeggio licks, learning to put various scales over certain chords, eighth-note improvisation, II-V progressions and V-I resolutions. Truly a great jazz master class! Emily Remler was one of the hottest jazz players to come around in a long time. She recorded four solo albums (Firefly, Take Two, Transition and Cat-walk) and a duet album with Larry Coryell (Together). She toured with Astrud Gilberto, collaborated with Pat Martino, worked on movie scores and played guitar in the Broadway hit Sophisticated Ladies.
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Emily Remler Plays "You Know What I'm Saying"
Emily Remler - Bebop & Swing Guitar - DVD
This is an opportunity to learn with one of jazz guitar's most gifted artists, the late Emily Remler. All of the essentials of true jazz bebop and swing are taught here, including Wes Montgomery and Pat Martino styles, working with the metronome on 2 and 4,learning to identify changes, jazz-style blues, turnarounds, practice tips, passing notes and chords, chord substitutions, octave-style playing, the "Charleston" rhythm, Latin swing style, and much more! Emily Remler was one of the hottest jazz players to come around in a long time. She recorded four solo albums (Firefly, Take Two, Transition, and Catwalk) and a duet album with Larry Coryell (Together). She toured with Astrud Gilberto, collaborated with Pat Martino, worked on movie scores & played guitar in the Broadway hit Sophisticated Ladies.
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Emily Remler Plays "East To Wes"
Jazz Masters - Vol 1 - DVD
The Guitar Show began in 1984 as a weekly television show on Manhattan Cable in New York City. In this show, all guitar styles were presented from Jazz to Rock and Folk to Classical. The list of guitarists that appeared reads like a who's who in the world of guitar playing. In these first DVD releases the playing of some of the Masters of Jazz Guitar is presented. Included are: Emily Remler - "Blues For Herb, Majestic Dance, You Know What I'm Saying", Steve Khan - "Backup, Thelonious Monk Medley (Epistrophy, Played Twice, Hacksensack, Let's Call This, Dr. Slump", Pat Martino - "Welcome To a Prayer, The Great Stream, Before You Ask", Bill Frisell - "Rambler, Steady Girl, The Days of Wine and Roses".
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Emily Remler Plays "Blues For Herb"
Wolf Marshall - The Best Of Jazz Guitar - Book and Online Audio
Guitarist Wolf Marshall presents a step-by-step breakdown of the guitar styles and techniques of some of the greatest jazz guitarists of all time! Several versions are presented of each song allowing you to see how different guitarists would arrange the same piece of music! Each piece - some are single note improvised solos while others are chord melody solos - also includes harmonic analysis and performance notes! Songs include: "St. Thomas" -Jim Hall, Tal Farlow, Kenny Burrell, "All Blues" -George Benson, Kenny Burrell, Pat Martino, "So What" -Barney Kessel, George Benson, "All The Things You Are" -Hank Garland, Pat Metheny, "Honeysuckle Rose" -Joe Pass and Herb Ellis, Charlie Christian, "Satin Doll" -Howard Roberts, Joe Pass, "Yesterdays" -Johnny Smith, Tal Farlow, Wes Montgomery, "Misty" -Barney Kessel, Wes Montgomery, Howard Roberts, "I'll Remember April" -Johnny Smith, Grant Green, "How Insensitive" -Pat Martino, Emily Remler. Each selection also includes authentic matching audio with backing tracks!
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Emily Remler was born in New York City on September 18, 1957 and initially began
to play folk guitar at the age of 10. After a short interest in rock-and-roll
she became seriously interested in jazz. At the age of 16 she persuaded her
father and mother to let her go to Berklee School of Music in Boston to study
jazz guitar. It was there that she ended up being influenced by the jazz guitar
styles of Wes Montgomery and Pat Martino. She graduated in 1975 with a diploma
in jazz guitar music.
In 1976 Emily Remler relocated to New Orleans and began her life as a professional guitarist. In the beginning she earned money teaching and also playing in a rhythm and blues band called Little Queenie & The Percolators. She likewise played occasionally in a jazz group which consisted of trumpeter Wynton Marsalis and singer Bobby McFerrin. The next several years saw Emily in the rhythm guitar section of the band at The Fairmont Roosevelt Hotel led by Dick Stabile. In this position she had the chance to back up lots of leading vocalists including Nancy Wilson and Rosemary Clooney.
Emily Remler Plays "Eleuthra"
Emily Remler's very first important break came through jazz guitarist
Herb Ellis who
heard her play in New Orleans in 1978. He made arrangements for her to appear
with his quartet at the 1978 Concord Jazz Festival in California. In 1979 Emily
moved to New York City where she signed on with the backing group for
singer Astrud Gilberto. Success followed success and in 1980 Remler made her
first recording as leader for Concord Records. She then appeared at
some famous international jazz festivals including The Kool Festival in 1980 and
The Berlin Jazz Festival in 1981.
Emily married jazz pianist Monty Alexander in 1981. Their marriage lasted for about 3 years. After they divorced in 1984 she ended up becoming involved with jazz fusion guitar player Larry Coryell and they went on to tape-record a duet album which was called "Together". Her last recording project, which was a collaboration with David Benoit, discovered her exploring pop jazz and sounding a bit more individualistic than she did on her typical hard bop sessions.
Emily Remler Plays "Tenor Madness"
At this point in her life Emily Remler returned to Los Angeles and worked for a
while in a theater pit orchestra. She continued to make and tape-record jazz
club appearances obtaining growing international recognition as one of the best
young jazz guitarists of the day. During a 1990 concert tour of Australia Emily, who had
actually ended up becoming addicted to heroin, tragically collapsed and died in
her hotel bedroom on May 4. She was only 32 years of ages.
Throughout her brief life Emily Remler had ended up becoming an inspiring person in addition to a role model for younger female musicians. Her early death has led to her being considered a legend, however in reality she was still looking for her own sound when she died. Unfortunately for the hard bop and bebop jazz guitar enthusiasts her terrific talent and potential was never truly reached.
Emily Remler Plays "Let Yourself Go"
Jazz Guitar Chords & Arpeggio Patterns - Stacy McKee
- This unique book includes 300 jazz guitar chord
formations and matching single note arpeggio patterns in a quick reference
format that no one has ever done before! Cross indexing makes this manual
extremely easy to use and regardless of what style of music you play, we know
you will find this to be a valuable, "must have" addition to your library.
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