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How to play from a fake book : with a bonus section of over 100 songs! /

by Michael Esterowitz.

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Main Author: Esterowitz, Michael.
Other Names: Blake, J. W. | Brimhall, John. | Brine, Mary D. | Brown, Albert H. | Burns, Robert, | Emerson, Ida. | Fosdick, W. W. | Gilbert, W. S. | Hayden, Joe. | Howe, Julia Ward, | MacDonough, Glen, | Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, | Mohr, Joseph, | Palmer, John F., | Payne, John Howard, | Pounds, Jessie Brown, | Rexford, Eben E. | Rice, Seymour | Shields, Ren, | Smith, Samuel Francis, | Steffe, William, | Sterling, Andrew B., | Wesley, Charles,
Published: Katonah, N.Y. : Ekay Music, ©1986.
Topics: Piano - Methods. | Popular music - Instruction and study. | Keyboard harmony. | Improvisation (Music) | Popular music - Fake books.
Genres: Methods (Music)
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100 1 |aEsterowitz, Michael.
245 10|aHow to play from a fake book :|bwith a bonus section of over 100 songs! /|cby Michael Esterowitz.
260 |aKatonah, N.Y. :|bEkay Music,|c©1986.
300 |a1 score (166 pages) ;|c28 cm
336 |anotated music|bntm|2rdacontent
337 |aunmediated|bn|2rdamedia
338 |avolume|bnc|2rdacarrier
500 |aIncludes a glossary of terms, symbols & chords.
505 0 |aWhat is a fake book, and why this book? -- Intervals and scales -- Triads (part 1): the major chord -- Basic accompaniment patterns -- Triads (part 2): the minor chord -- Fleshing out the harmony -- Triads (part 3): diminished and augmented chords -- Inversions (part 1) -- Spacing the chord -- Inversions (part 2): slash chords -- The major chord family -- The minor chord family -- Diminished sevenths, half-diminished sevenths and altered fifth chords -- Suspended chords -- Ninth chords -- Eleventh and thirteenth chords -- Voice leading -- Embellishing and varying the accompaniment; using bass lines -- Embellishing and varying a melody; creating counter melody and improvising melodies -- Accompanying a singer or soloist from a fake book -- Intros, turn-arounds and endings -- Summary of basic accompaniment patterns; special styles.
505 0 |aAfter the ball -- All through the night (Ar hyd y nos) -- Allouetta -- Amazing grace -- America (tune from God save the king) / words by Rev. Samuel F. Smith -- Ash grove -- American the beautiful -- Aura Lee / W. W. Fosdick -- Auld Lang Syne / Robert Burns -- Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang, D. 839) / Franz Schubert -- Away in a manger (Mueller) -- Band played on / John F. Palmer -- Beautiful isle of somewhere / Jessie Brown Pounds -- Battle hymn of the Republic / [several composer's claim this tune,] William Steffe, Julia Ward Howe -- Believe me if all those endearing young charms / [Thomas Moore] -- Black is the color of my true love's hair / [John Jacob Niles] -- Bill Bailey -- Bicycle built for two -- Buffalo gals -- Blue tail fly [based on tune, Jim crack corn] -- C. C. Rider -- Camptown races -- Careless love -- Clementine -- Deep river -- Comin' thro the rye -- Down by the riverside -- Down in the valley -- Emperor waltz -- Entertainer / John Brimhall -- Foggy, foggy dew -- For he's a jolly good fellow -- 45 minutes from broadway -- Frankie and Johnnie -- Girl I left behind me -- Give me that old time religion -- Go tell it on the mountain -- Grandfather's clock -- Green grow the lilacs -- Greensleeves -- Hark, the herald angels sing / Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Charles Wesley -- Havah nagilah -- Hearts and flowers / Mary D. Brine -- Hello! Ma baby / Ida Emerson -- He's got the whole world in his hands -- Home on the range -- Home sweet home / John Howard Payne -- Hot time in the old town tonight / Joe Hayden -- House of the rising sun -- Hush little baby -- I gave my love a cherry -- I'll take you home again, Kathleen -- In the good ol' summertime / Ren Shields -- I ride an old paint -- I've been working on the railroad -- Jeanie with the light brown hair -- Jingle bells / [James Pierpont] -- John Henry -- Johnny, I hardly knew you / [Edna O'Brien] -- Joshua fit the battle of Jericho -- Kum ba ya -- La bamba -- La cucaracha -- Londonderry air -- Meet me in St. Louis, Louis / Andrew B. Sterling -- Merry widow waltz, [from the German opera Lustige Witwe. Lippen schweigen] -- Michael, row the boat ashore -- My Bonnie -- May gal Sal -- My old Kentucky home / Edwin Franko Goldman -- Nowell -- Nobody knows the trouble I've seen -- O Tannenbaum, [also known as O Christmas tree] -- O come all ye faithful, [also know as Adeste fideles] / [John Francis Wade,] John Reading -- Ode to joy -- Oh dear, what can the matter be? -- Oh! Susanna / [Stephen Collins Foster] -- Old folks at home -- Oh, them golden slippers -- Old grey mare -- Old MacDonald had a farm -- Onward, christian soldiers / [Arthur Sullivan] -- On top of old smokey -- Over the river and through the woods -- Polly wolly doodle -- Red river valley -- Rise and shine -- Rock-a-my soul -- Rock Island line -- St. James infirmary / [Irving Mills] -- Santa Lucia -- Scarborough fair -- Sidewalks of New York / James W. Blake -- Silent Night / Joseph Mohr -- Silver threads among the gold / Eben E. Rexford -- Simple gifts / [Joseph Brackett] -- Star spangled banner -- Sweet Betsy from Pike -- Swing low, sweet chariot -- This train is bound for glory -- Toyland / Glen MacDonough -- Twelve days of Christmas -- Under the bamboo tree -- Vilia -- Wandering minstrel / William Schwenck Gilbert -- What shall we do with a drunken sailor? -- We three kings of orient are -- When you were sweet sixteen -- When you and I were young, Maggie -- You tell me your dream / Seymour Rice, Albert H. Brown -- Yankee doodle boy.
520 |aFor keyboard players of all levels. Fake books are used by professional musicians at cocktail lounges, weddings, and many other performing situation. They are invaluable because they contain a thousand or more songs in one compact volume. But in order to use them one must know how to look at a kind of musical shorthand--a skeleton of each song which gives only melody, lyrics and chord symbols--and "fake" a full accompaniment. Now, anyone can! This book will teach you how to play any chord symbol you will find in pop, jazz or rock; how to create stylish arrangements on your own; and how to sound like a "pro" even when reading sheet music for the first time. Topics include bass lines, counter-melodies, intros and endings, rhythmic patterns, and embellishing a melody.--From publisher description.
590 |aWIU's copy is donated from the Ann Collin's Estate.
650 0|aPiano|vMethods.
650 0|aPopular music|xInstruction and study.
650 0|aKeyboard harmony.
650 0|aImprovisation (Music)
650 0|aPopular music|vFake books.
650 7|aImprovisation (Music)|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00968306
650 7|aKeyboard harmony.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00986985
650 7|aPiano.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01063355
650 7|aPopular music|xFake books.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01071437
650 7|aPopular music|xInstruction and study.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01071443
655 7|aMethods (Music)|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423850
700 1 |aBlake, J. W.|q(James W.),|d1862-1935.|4cmp
700 1 |aBrimhall, John.|4lyr
700 1 |aBrine, Mary D.|q(Mary Dow).|4lyr
700 1 |aBrown, Albert H.|4lyr
700 1 |aBurns, Robert,|d1759-1796.|4lyr
700 1 |aEmerson, Ida.|4cmp
700 1 |aFosdick, W. W.|q(William Whiteman),|d1825-1862.|4lyr
700 1 |aGilbert, W. S.|q(William Schwenck),|d1836-1911.|4lyr
700 1 |aHayden, Joe.|4lyr
700 1 |aHowe, Julia Ward,|d1819-1910.|4lyr
700 1 |aMacDonough, Glen,|d1870-1924.|4lyr
700 1 |aMendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix,|d1809-1847.
700 1 |aMohr, Joseph,|d1792-1848.|4lyr
700 1 |aPalmer, John F.,|d1870-|4lyr
700 1 |aPayne, John Howard,|d1791-1852.|4lyr
700 1 |aPounds, Jessie Brown,|d1861-1921.|4lyr
700 1 |aRexford, Eben E.|q(Eben Eugene),|d1848-1916.|4lyr
700 1 |aRice, Seymour|4lyr
700 1 |aShields, Ren,|d1868-1913.|4lyr
700 1 |aSmith, Samuel Francis,|d1808-1895.|4lyr
700 1 |aSteffe, William,|dapproximately 1830-1890.
700 1 |aSterling, Andrew B.,|d1874-1955.|4lyr
700 1 |aWesley, Charles,|d1707-1788.
700 12|aBishop, Henry R.|q(Henry Rowley),|d1786-1855.|tClari.|pHome, sweet home.
700 12|aBrackett, Joseph,|d1797-1882.|tSimple gifts.
700 12|aButterfield, James A.,|d1837-1891.|tWhen you and I were young, Maggie.
700 12|aCannon, Hughie L.,|d1877-1912.|tBill Bailey.
700 12|aCohan, George M.|q(George Michael),|d1878-1942.|tForty-five minutes from Broadway.
700 12|aCohan, George M.|q(George Michael),|d1878-1942.|tLittle Johnny Jones.|pYankee Doodle boy.
700 12|aCole, Bob,|d1868-1911.|tUnder the bamboo tree.
700 12|aDacre, Harry,|d1860-1922.|tBicycle built for two.
700 12|aDaniels, Charles N.|q(Charles Neil),|d1878-1943.|tYou tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine.
700 12|aDanks, H. P.|q(Hart Pease),|d1834-1903.|tSilver threads among the gold.
700 12|aDresser, Paul,|d1858-1906.|tMy gal Sal.
700 12|aEvans, George,|d1870-1915.|tIn the good old summer time.
700 12|aFearis, J. S.|q(John Sylvester),|d1867-1932.|tBeautiful isle of somewhere.
700 12|aFoster, Stephen Collins,|d1826-1864.|tCamptown races.
700 12|aFoster, Stephen Collins,|d1826-1864.|tJeanie with the light brown hair.
700 12|aFoster, Stephen Collins,|d1826-1864.|tOh! Susanna.
700 12|aFoster, Stephen Collins,|d1826-1864.|tOld folks at home.
700 12|aGoldman, Edwin Franko,|d1878-1956.|tMy old Kentucky home.
700 12|aGruber, Franz Xaver,|d1787-1863.|tSilent night, holy night.
700 12|aHarris, Chas. K.|q(Charles Kassell),|d1867-1930.|tAfter the ball.
700 12|aHerbert, Victor,|d1859-1924.|tBabes in Toyland.|pToyland.
700 12|aHopkins, John H.|q(John Henry),|d1820-1891.|tWe three kings of Orient are.
700 12|aHoward, Joseph E.|q(Joseph Edgar),|d1878-1961.|tHello! Ma baby.
700 12|aJoplin, Scott,|d1868-1917.|tEntertainer.
700 12|aLawlor, Chas. B.|q(Charles B.),|d1852-1925.|tSidewalks of New York.
700 12|aLehár, Franz,|d1870-1948.|tLustige Witwe.|pEs lebt' eine Vilja.
700 12|aLehár, Franz,|d1870-1948.|tLustige Witwe.|pLippen schweigen
700 12|aMetz, Theodore A.,|d1848-1936.|tHot time in the old town.
700 12|aMills, Irving,|d1894-1985.|tSt. James infirmary.
700 12|aMills, Kerry,|d1869-1948.|tMeet me in St. Louis, Louis.
700 12|aMoore, Thomas,|d1779-1852.|tIrish melodies.|pBelieve me if all those endearing young charms.
700 12|aMurray, James R.|q(James Ramsey),|d1841-1905.|tMueller.
700 12|aNiles, John Jacob,|d1892-1980.|tBlack is the color of my true love's hair.
700 12|aO'Brien, Edna.|tJohnny I hardly knew you.
700 12|aPierpont, James,|d1822-1893.|tJingle bells.
700 12|aPoulton, George R.,|d1828-1867.|tAura Lea.
700 12|aSchubert, Franz,|d1797-1828.|tEllens Gesang,|nD. 839.
700 12|aSullivan, Arthur,|d1842-1900.|tMikado.|pWand'ring minstrel I.
700 12|aSullivan, Arthur,|d1842-1900.|tOnward, Christian soldiers.
700 12|aThornton, James|c(Composer)|tWhen you were sweet sixteen.
700 12|aTobani, Theo. M.|q(Theodore Moses),|d1855-1933.|tHearts and flowers,|nop. 245.
700 12|aWade, John Francis,|d1711 or 1712-1786.|tAdeste fideles.
700 12|aWard, Charles B.|tBand played on.
700 12|aWard, Samuel A.,|d1847-1903.|tAmerica the beautiful.
700 12|aWestendorf, Thomas P.|q(Thomas Payne),|d1848-1923.|tI'll take you home again, Kathleen.
730 02|aAlouette.
730 02|aAmazing grace (Hymn).
730 02|aAr hyd y nos.
730 02|aAsh grove.
730 02|aAuld lang syne.
730 02|aBamba (Song).
730 02|aBattle hymn of the republic (Song).
730 02|aComin' thro' the rye.
730 02|aCucaracha.
730 02|aDeep river.
730 02|aGod save the King.
730 02|aGreensleeves.
730 02|aHavah nagilah.
730 02|aHe's got the whole world in his hands.
730 02|aHouse of the Rising Sun.
730 02|aJim crack corn.
730 02|aLondonderry air.
730 02|aMendelssohn (Hymn tune).
730 02|aMy bonnie lies over the ocean.
730 02|aNobody knows the trouble I've seen.
730 02|aO Tannenbaum.
730 02|aRed River Valley.
730 02|aScarborough Fair.
730 02|aStar-spangled banner (Song)
730 02|aSwing low, sweet chariot.
730 02|aTwelve days of Christmas (English folk song).
740 02|aAll through the night.
740 02|aAmerica (song).
740 02|aBlue tail fly.
740 02|aBuffalo gals.
740 02|aC.C. Rider.
740 02|aCareless love.
740 02|aClementine.
740 02|aDown by the riverside.
740 02|aDown in the valley (Song).
740 02|aEmperor waltz.
740 02|aFirst noel.
740 02|aFoggy, foggy dew.
740 02|aFor he's a jolly good fellow.
740 02|aFrankie and Johnnie.
740 02|aGirl I left behind me.
740 02|aGo tell it on the mountain.
740 02|aGrandfather's clock.
740 02|aGreen grow the lilacs.
740 02|aHark, the herald angels sing.
740 02|aHome on the range.
740 02|aHush little baby.
740 02|aI gave my love a cherry.
740 02|aI ride an old paint.
740 02|aI've been working on the railroad.
740 02|aJohn Henry.
740 02|aJoshua fit the battle of Jericho.
740 02|aKum ba yah.
740 02|aMichael, row the boat ashore.
740 02|aO Christmas tree.
740 02|aOde to joy.
740 02|aOh dear, what can the matter be?
740 02|aOh, them golden slippers.
740 02|aOld grey mare.
740 02|aOld MacDonald had a farm.
740 02|aOld time religion.
740 02|aOn top of old smokey.
740 02|aOver the river and through the woods.
740 02|aPolly Wolly Doodle.
740 02|aRise and shine.
740 02|aRock-a-my soul.
740 02|aRock Island line.
740 02|aSanta Lucia.
740 02|aSweet Betsy from Pike.
740 02|aThis train is bound for glory.
740 02|aWhat shall we do with a drunken sailor (English sea chantey).
994 |aC0|bIAZ

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