CHARLIE BANACOS PDF

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The courses cover a series of methods and techniques to teach improvisation and composition in styles that came after the Be-Bop era. Charlie Banacos, in an interview, once stated that because of the advanced nature of these methods of playing, steps must be taken to avoid unmusical and mechanical playing and writing.

Banacos uses these over traditional harmony or as an alternative. Chord on Chord: Term used by John Coltrane to describe one of his methods of improvising. It contains a series of methods and techniques to teach improvisation and composition in styles influenced by Coltrane and his followers. These techniques are used with traditional harmony or as an alternative.

Hemiola Substratum Elisions: This course deals with rhythmic and directional concepts for creating melodies and various harmonic rhythms. Overlaps: A series of exercises designed to enhance melodic ideas. Pivots: This method deals with creating melodies by using common-tone pivots to join melodic groups.

Sprays: Contains a series of methods and techniques to teach sight-reading. The course uses all clefs and all transpositions and is geared to the level of the music student. Tonal Paralypsis: The techniques in this course deal with aggregates and elision to form harmonic and melodic ideas. Agogics: The course explains the use of accents and directional concepts to create psychological movement. Double Mambos: This course is also called by the term Bitonal Pendulums by Banacos and demonstrates various usages of triad pairs and other structures to form melody and harmony.

Hexatonics: His techniques in this course explain how to use six-tone scales, triad-pairs, cells and other methods to generate harmony and melody. Modal Sequences: In this course various sequences of interval groups are used on many scales and also uses diverse rhythmic patterns to create melodies. Reverse Tensions: It deals with the re-distribution of harmonic resources.

Superimpositions: These techniques enable the player to improvise and compose using two or more different structures melodically and harmonically at the same time. They are used with traditional harmony or as an alternative. Bitonal Pendulums: This course is also called by the term Double Mambos by Banacos and demonstrates various usages of triad pairs and other structures to form melody and harmony.

Harps: This style imitates the sound of the traditional harp and is greatly influenced by Debussy and post-impressionistic composers and in jazz it is used by Tatum, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and others.

Interconnecting Scales: It is a method of practice to enhance melodic continuity. Number Permutation Systems: This course deals with an examination of all possible combinations of melodic, rhythmic, harmonic, and orchestral practices. Pentatonics: Used to form melodies and harmonies using many five-tone scales.

Rhythm Systems: Contains a series of methods and techniques to teach improvisation, sight-reading and composition in all styles. Tetratonics: Four-tone aggregates are used to form harmonic and melodic structures, tonally and atonally.

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The courses cover a series of methods and techniques to teach improvisation and composition in styles that came after the Be-Bop era. Charlie Banacos, in an interview, once stated that because of the advanced nature of these methods of playing, steps must be taken to avoid unmusical and mechanical playing and writing. Banacos uses these over traditional harmony or as an alternative. Chord on Chord: Term used by John Coltrane to describe one of his methods of improvising. It contains a series of methods and techniques to teach improvisation and composition in styles influenced by Coltrane and his followers.

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ABOUT CHARLIE (1946-2009)

Charlie Banacos August 11, — December 8, [1] was an American pianist , composer , author and educator , concentrating on jazz. Banacos created over courses of study for improvisation and composition. His concepts of teaching and his courses influenced educators since the late s. These and many of his other terms for his courses have become part of the basic lexicon in jazz education. The ear-training methods devised by Banacos specifically for the improvising musician are imitated in college courses and ear-training routines by many educators around the world. His original concept of dealing with relative-pitch exercises, using cadences and recognition of one tone at a time to the progressing of the recognition of clusters of sounds in a key up to all twelve tones simultaneously, and also the memorization of pitches without reference to a key, was developed to enable musicians to hear equally well in tonal and atonal situations both in improvised situations and in pre-conceived settings. According to Banacos, without proper ear-training advanced music making will sound mechanical and soulless.

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