Forward Motion [Hal Galper] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This deep, yet user-friendly book provides a unique view of how to learn to . I have in my collection Hal’s notes from 5 the early 80s about forward motion, Galper is explaining is offering countless ways of manipulating simple at first, and . Hal Galper-Forward Motion. I bought this book last week and started working through some of the ideas and it seems to be a pretty interesting.

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Per Galper’s conception, the great musicians actually play straight 16ths so that we hear them grouped like this: Jazz pianist and educator Barry Harris reduces every scale to being one form or another of either a major or minor 6th scale. They aglper us what to do. There also may be more than one particular starting point that would sound good on a cell.

Appoggiaturas and Forward Motion shows how chromatic embellishments can be synchronized to spell out chord changes. Example 2 shows how a bar can be evenly subdivided into increasingly smaller rhythmic increments. They sound logical but the information in them is hidden.

Example 13 Rule 3: Once you’ve reached a point where you are relatively familiar with the sound of this motion begin to add Embellishments to the chord tone melody by approaching each tone by an 8th.

Note that the phrase marks start ahead of the bar line crossing over the bar line to end in the middle of the next bar. Copying not only what the master played but also how the master played it. The halper accepts full responsibility for any and all mistakes, glitches and gaffs herein. There are some ingenious ideas throughout.

Understanding Forward Motion | Hal Galper

Hopefully, the readers of Forward Motion will be able to find at least one good idea in it. Can anyone learn how to play jazz from a book? Example 22 Begin the exercise on the second beat and note and you get the following. Galpet also proved that if the signal from the brain is strong enough, the hands will do anything to get the sound out. Click here to sign up. We teach the same scales, the same chords and the process of combining the two in the same fotward manner.

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Experiment combining various Melodic Inversions approaching different target notes from above and below. Hal has recorded some remarkable music, ran his own trio from motiion to bottom meaning music, bookings, PR et al, for most of the s; authored a book on the touring musician that is a goldmine of information; been one of the prime fprward of straight forward talk in the jazz education business and most important, a great pianist to have playing alonsgside you.

Therefore, effective musical statements tend to resolve at the 1 – 1 is the END of phrase. Provides more bang when hsl big One does arrive. Sep 17, When faced with a problem or something that doesn’t make sense, it automatically tries to make sense out of it by relating it to the familiar.

One of the foremost practitioners of this concept is Jerry Bergonzi. Sep 15, 4. Note that this pick-up creates a duple feeling. It would then seem logical that melodic phrases begin on the first beat of the falper, or “one.

It is within this internal life that the richness of creative and controlled musical experience can be discovered, developed and enhanced. The student is left to their own devices in applying them to other chord qualities such minor, diminished, and whole tone triads and 7th chords.

Each had its own rather complex name. I figured he might put the 3rd or 5th of g7 but I was thrown a good forqard ball with the Aminor triad. No one can teach you how to motkon. Everybody was in the band room warming up before the rehearsal. You can find the link in the book itself. This effect can gakper most clearly recognized when listening to their recordings of up-tempo tunes.

By beginning with slower melodic ideas you bring the ear of the listener into your solo. All my writings are derived from my investigations into this rapidly vanishing and most valuable resource.

Do not try to think melodically. Applying FM to spell out changes using pentatonic groupings uses the same process as in the chapter on Scalar FM. I’d take commercial music gigs to make the rent, playing weddings, dances, Bar Mitzvah’s.


In the process, we acquired a tacit conditioning of how music gxlper that is not apropos for adult musicians.

Anyone digging into this book? Hal Galper Forward Motion Book

The triplets are then phrased in 4-note groups. All are longtime members that stepped up to the invite to help out by volunteering their time and effort to help the membership experience on TGP stay on the even keel. Improvising is the reordering of the notes of a scale into their strongest melodic possibilities. FM is also based upon the physiology of how the ear functions, another universal.

Using a mechanical process to learn a creative process is non-productive. Until you’ve changed your playing around to FM it will sound worse to you than it did before because now you’ll be hearing in a natural manner. You could lose the immediate affect of the programming. Because of limitations of space the following examples are for ascending appoggiatura groups only. The following ones are for chords that last for a bar each and use two groupings from each pentatonic scale.

Chromatic appoggiaturas fulfilled this desire. Example 18 Each example demonstrates two slightly different ways the line may be heard internally. Intervals and Forward Motio n adds pickups and resolutions to large intervals broken arpeggios to give them a feeling of motion including examples of their use by modern composers and how they might be used in a solo context.

Musical ideas, if they don’t make sense to the ear, if they’re not being played logically, are harder to learn. I didn’t know enough of them to play them all by memory so I’d bring my fake books with me to the gigs.