The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary
Reply to Thread Bookmark Thread
Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Posts 26 to 45 of 45
  1. #26

    User Info Menu

    Except for "The Advancing Guitarist," Goodrick's printed materials are even harder to find than his recordings!

  2.  

    The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary
     
  3. #27

    User Info Menu

    I missed this post, too ... these pieces are some of the most enjoyable and challenging guitar solos I've ever played. It would be so good to see a new edition published (in any format).

  4. #28

    User Info Menu

    I'm going to revive this thread and ask if there are any PDF or print versions available to purchase. Thanks and R.I.P. Mick.

  5. #29

    User Info Menu

    I have someone incorporating the corrections Mick made from the original edition. This new edition will be reprinted once the Finale files are in my hands. I'm also looking through Mick's manuscripts to see if there's anything else and new that the second printing will include.
    And a quest for anyone out there, if anybody can give me any information on Mitch Haupers, please let me know. He has the only copy of Mick's last works. He took them and never returned them. It was one of Mick's last wishes that they be returned and published.
    These projects will proceed as the estate is settled. It's one of my top priorities.
    jbromusic, please PM me.
    Thank you

  6. #30

    User Info Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Cunamara
    Except for "The Advancing Guitarist," Goodrick's printed materials are even harder to find than his recordings!
    I'm hoping everything he published will be re-published in 2023. It's one of the goals of the foundation that's presently being approved as a not for profit.

  7. #31

    User Info Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy blue note
    I have someone incorporating the corrections Mick made from the original edition. This new edition will be reprinted once the Finale files are in my hands. I'm also looking through Mick's manuscripts to see if there's anything else and new that the second printing will include.
    And a quest for anyone out there, if anybody can give me any information on Mitch Haupers, please let me know. He has the only copy of Mick's last works. He took them and never returned them. It was one of Mick's last wishes that they be returned and published.
    These projects will proceed as the estate is settled. It's one of my top priorities.
    jbromusic, please PM me.
    Thank you
    Thanks, David. I just PM'd you.

  8. #32

    User Info Menu

    Found these on the tube:






  9. #33

    User Info Menu

    Mike Bono is one of the great students of Mick's later years. One of the best players in NY who is below the radar these days.
    Mike was one of the small group of Mick's students that I met with via Skype weekly during the pandemic and we dedicated our studies and meetings to unlocking some of the secrets of the Almanacs. It was a mutually taught and studied master class whereby we'd each immerse ourselves in Mick's teachings, meet for a few hours once a week to share our revelations and then I'd hang with Mick and tell him what we were doing. He always had some dimension, hint or gem of wisdom that would launch us to next week's work.
    What a way to spend a pandemic, eh?
    You wouldn't believe what Mike came up with combining the cycles with the symmetrical diminished scale. I hope he does some kind of YouTube.

  10. #34

    User Info Menu

    I'd be interested in such a meet up David even if it's once per month to give us plenty of time to work on stuff for the next meeting.

  11. #35

    User Info Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Liarspoker
    I'd be interested in such a meet up David even if it's once per month to give us plenty of time to work on stuff for the next meeting.
    Deal. I've got someone in Vienna, and we can talk as a group, I'm in the states, so we can figure out a time (zone) that works. You have FaceTime on your computer?

  12. #36

    User Info Menu

    I think that we used Zoom when we talked a few months ago.I can install Facetime if needs be.Sunday evening is probably best for me. I teach Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. GMT. Thanks David, looking forward
    Edit: Feel free to pm any arrangements that can be made with the other guy
    Last edited by Liarspoker; 11-24-2022 at 01:04 PM.

  13. #37

    User Info Menu

    I don't know whether the 36 pieces were composed as teaching tools or primarily as pieces of music, but those three are very beautiful.

  14. #38

    User Info Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy blue note
    Deal. I've got someone in Vienna, and we can talk as a group, I'm in the states, so we can figure out a time (zone) that works. You have FaceTime on your computer?
    I would be interested in this as well! I was recently playing through the material in this book recently and glad to see this thread. Does anyone have a copy of the errata sheet they could share?


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro

  15. #39

    User Info Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Cunamara
    I don't know whether the 36 pieces were composed as teaching tools or primarily as pieces of music, but those three are very beautiful.
    Mick saw these pieces as performance pieces, most of which were dedicated to someone he knew. Very personal compositions. They date back to the days when he was with Gary and span pretty much his career.
    Mick saw composition and improvisation as two sides of the same process, employing the same vocabulary, harmonic devices, melodic developments and shaping forces. Written composition has the luxury of more scrutiny to the editing process, real time improvisation has the edge of seizing the moment and following through a level of inspired creativity.
    I played duo and solo with Mick for 7 years and he'd play solo free improvisations that were simply Bach fugue-esque creations with a lyrical melodic subject. Other times he'd base a real time composition on a rhythmic permutation or motif. All these were publish-worthy. It was a master class playing and working with him.
    He had some other pieces he'd written after these. I'll have to comb through the voluminous manuscripts and notes he left me. For now, this is his written output for solo guitar.

  16. #40

    User Info Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Toddep
    I would be interested in this as well! I was recently playing through the material in this book recently and glad to see this thread. Does anyone have a copy of the errata sheet they could share?


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
    Mick Goodrick's 36 solo pieces for fingerstyle guitar??-screen-shot-2022-11-24-7-54-43-pm-pngMick Goodrick's 36 solo pieces for fingerstyle guitar??-screen-shot-2022-11-24-7-55-07-pm-pngMick Goodrick's 36 solo pieces for fingerstyle guitar??-screen-shot-2022-11-24-7-54-55-pm-pngMick Goodrick's 36 solo pieces for fingerstyle guitar??-screen-shot-2022-11-24-7-54-31-pm-png

  17. #41

    User Info Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy blue note
    I have someone incorporating the corrections Mick made from the original edition. This new edition will be reprinted once the Finale files are in my hands. I'm also looking through Mick's manuscripts… Thank you
    Hi. I would love a copy of this effort. Thank you for trying to put this together. You are a hero. Thank you.

  18. #42

    User Info Menu

    Anybody out there want to do the files on Finale or Sebelius with the corrections and I'll pay you?
    Mick wanted this new edition but the person we hired got too busy, it never was completed. It'll also come out on a more manageable 12" format.
    I'll send you the PDF if you need. The erratica are included at the end.

  19. #43

    User Info Menu

    Yep - I'd be up for doing that David - I can send you some further of examples of my work.

    Kind regards
    Mick W.

  20. #44

    User Info Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Mick Wright
    Yep - I'd be up for doing that David - I can send you some further of examples of my work.

    Kind regards
    Mick W.
    Hired. Thanks so much. I'll choose a painting he made as part of our appreciation in addition to the work time fee.
    Great!

  21. #45

    User Info Menu

    I've had shorter job interviews ...