2.- ELECTRIC BASS PARTS.
4.- BODY POSITION.
5.- NOTES ON THE FRETBOARD.
6.- PULSE AND METRONOME.
8.- MAJOR SCALE.
10.- PENTATONIC SCALE.
12.- FINAL WORDS.
2.- GREEK MODES.
5.- MODERN SLAP.
6.- “CUECA” RHYTHM
9.- THE “BLUES” FORM.
10.- “SON CUBANO” RHYTHM.
11.- “LANDO” RHYTHM.
12.- “SAMBA” RHYTHM.
13.- “CHA CHA CHA” RHYTHM.
14.- PEDALBOARD (USE OF PEDALS AND EFFECTS)
15.- FINAL WORDS.
COMPLETE INTERVIEW WITH THE MASTER. MARCELO TELLS US ABOUT HIS ORIGINS, EXPERIENCE AND DELIVER TIPS FOR THE STUDENT.
Marcelo Cordova invites us to know the deep world of the electric bass.
In this course you will learn basic and advanced performance techniques, interpretive resources, Latin American rhythms and exercises for all levels, so you can progress quickly in this instrument.
E-Masters offers you a complete masterclass in high definition, with informative graphic material of sheet music, notes and rhythmic figures, to enhance your learning process.
Marcelo Cordova is one of the icons of the electric bass in the Chilean music scene, especially in the jazz world where he developed in his early career integrating bands such as the Sexteto de los Tiempos, Convergencias, Irazu Big Band and Los Andes Big Band.
In 1999 he went to Paris, where Marcelo shared music with pianist Mario Canonge, the saxophonist from Irakere, Irving Acao and the prestigious French bassist Dominique di Piazza. It was in Paris, under the influence of Gary Peacock and Eddie Gomez, where he began his career as a classical and jazz bass player.
His first solo album, Viajes (2007), put him into the fusion gender, incorporating new languages with an electric quartet and compositions that led him to transcend the world of jazz to place him in a broader and heterogeneous sphere.
After studying double bass in France for 10 years, he returned to Chile, collaborating on a myriad of projects of multiple musical styles, developing a unique versatility in the development of the instrument. Within their collaborations we find Marcos Aldana, DeKiruza, Emilio García, Antonio Restucci and Francesca Ancarola.
His formal studies allow him to have a wide look which he today gives to his students in the Modern School of Music of Santiago.
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