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The Role of the Jazz Guitarist in Adapting to the Jazz Trio , the Jazz Quartet, and the Jazz Quintet

 

 

The electric guitar is a relatively new instrument in jazz. As a result, there is a lack of documentation? regarding? the? varying? roles? that? the? electric? guitar can? assume.? It? is? a remarkably versatile? instrument,? with? the? inbuilt? potential? to? express? a? wide? range? of timbres,? textures? and? dynamics? that? are? unique to? the? guitar.? For? guitarists who? are looking? to? pursue? or? continue? their? development? in? performance, it? is? important to? be aware? of? the? adjustments? that? are? necessary? from? one? particular? musical? setting? to? the next.? In? highly? improvised? settings, one’s? approach? to? sound,? density? of? texture? and dynamic sensitivity will need to be considered according to the surrounding instruments
as? well? as? stylistic? elements? appropriate? to? the? music.? An? exploration? of? such considerations will be applied to ensemble settings, including the Jazz Trio, Jazz Quartet, and Jazz Quintet. Articles, interviews with prominent guitarists, as well as analysis of sound recordings will be used to demonstrate the specific strategies that can be employed in adapting to various instrumental combinations.

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The Role of the Jazz Guitarist in Adapting to the Jazz Trio , the Jazz Quartet, and the Jazz Quintet

 

 

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