Ben Monder (Guitar) – Videos 1, 2 & PDF Bundle

Ben Monder (Guitar) – Videos 1, 2 & PDF Bundle

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Ben Monder 1 (Guitar)

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Artist: Ben Monder
Length: Video 1 - 43:37, Video 2 - 31:07
Description: This discounted bundle includes videos 1, 2 & the PDF from Ben Monder's guitar masterclass series.

Video 1: In part one (1 of 2) of this jazz guitar lesson, critically acclaimed guitarist Ben Monder shows you the building blocks that he's based his career upon. This information packed video will help open up many improvisational possibilities as well as aid in your harmonic development.
Topics Covered: Jazz guitar, improvisation, chords, inversions, voicings, superimposition, voice Leading, jazz melodic minor, harmonic minor, jazz harmony, etc.

Video 2: In part two (2 of 2) of this guitar lesson, critically acclaimed jazz guitarist Ben Monder shows you the building blocks that he's based his career upon. This information packed video will help open up many improvisational possibilities as well as aid in your harmonic development.
Topics Covered: Jazz guitar, jazz, improvisation, alternate routes, intervallic structures, motifs, voice leading, upper extensions, non-chord tones, substitutions, playing over changes, warm ups, metronome exercises, etc.
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Ben Monder

Ben Monder is an American jazz guitarist. In addition to having released solo albums he has played as a sideman on more than a hundred albums. Critics have found the style of Monder’s solo albums difficult to describe, though they praise his creative genius. Monder attended the University of Miami. He has worked with a wide variety of musicians including Lee Konitz, Toots Thielmans, Paul Motian and Maria Schneider.

A musician in the New York area for 25 years, he has performed with a variety of artists, including Jack McDuff, Marc Johnson, Lee Konitz, George Garzone, Tim Berne, and Kenny Wheeler. He is a regular member of the Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra and the Paul Motian Octet, as well as many other projects. He has conducted clinics and workshops around the world, and served on the faculty of the New England Conservatory from 2002-2005. Ben continues to perform original music internationally with his own quartet, trio, and in a duo project with vocalist Theo Bleckmann.

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