Chris Walden (Reharmonizing a Song)

Chris Walden (Reharmonizing a Song)


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Artist: Chris Walden
Length: 35:19
Description: In this masterclass, renowned composer and arranger Chris Walden shows you various methods for reharmonizing songs. Chris discusses and demonstrates how to work with the melody, use chord substitutions, employ turn arounds and much more. If you want to get some inside tips from one of the industry's elite, this masterclass is for you. NOTE: There is a PDF bundled with the download version of this video (not the $9.99 rental version) which includes supporting notation.

Topics Covered: Reharmonization, Melody, Chord Substitutions, Turn Arounds, Passing Chords, Passing Notes, Notation, Arranging for Strings, Etc.

Chris Walden

Seven-time Grammy® nominated German-born composer/arranger/conductor CHRIS WALDEN has scored more than 40 feature and TV films, and has written more than 1,500 orchestral and big band arrangements for artists including Michael Bublé, Aretha Franklin, Paul McCartney, SEAL, Stevie Wonder, Rihanna, Barbra Streisand, Josh Groban, and orchestras like the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Boston Pops. He has worked closely with producers David Foster, Tommy LiPuma, and Phil Ramone.

He most recently served as lead arranger for the Academy Awards (Oscars®), he arranged for and conducted the Kennedy Center Honors and arranged the National Anthem for Jennifer Hudson’s performance at the SUPER BOWL XLIII. His recent film credits as a composer include the feature films “The Terror of Hallow’s Eve” and “King Of Herrings”. For many years Walden worked as arranger for “AMERICAN IDOL” and the “THE TONIGHT SHOW with Jay Leno”. He has been musical director on many TV shows and series, and has worked on more than 150 CDs. As an arranger and bandleader he has worked with jazz artists including Diana Krall, Herb Alpert, Michael Brecker, Arturo Sandoval, and the Count Basie Orchestra.

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