EMILY REMLER BEBOP PDF

During her lifetime she was considered one of the top guitarists in the lineage of Charlie Christian and Wes Montgomery. Bio Emily Remler was born on Sept. Her first exposure to music was through her brother, who had a Gibson ES In her teenage years, Remler was sent to a boarding school where she immersed herself in rock and folk music. Of her younger self, Remler said, "I was into having parties and being a hippie, a very young hippie".

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During her lifetime she was considered one of the top guitarists in the lineage of Charlie Christian and Wes Montgomery. Bio Emily Remler was born on Sept.

Her first exposure to music was through her brother, who had a Gibson ES In her teenage years, Remler was sent to a boarding school where she immersed herself in rock and folk music. Of her younger self, Remler said, "I was into having parties and being a hippie, a very young hippie". King and Johnny Winter. Upon graduating high school early at the age of only 16 , Remler was accepted into the Berklee College of Music.

She was later dismissive of her playing during her school years, noting that one teacher told her that her time was bad. This comment had a profound effect on Remler, and she began obsessively practicing with a metronome. During her time at Berklee she began a relationship with guitarist Steve Masakowski, and together they would move to New Orleans. Remler flourished in the new environment and began to build her reputation as a force on the instrument.

In a later interview she described her approach of purposefully limiting her practice to straight-ahead bebop. Wes Montgomery and Joe Pass were her guitarists of choice, and she absorbed their phrasing and time feel through transcriptions. After her relationship with Masakowski had ended, Remler set her sights on New York. There, she became a first-call musician, and worked with Nancy Wilson, Astrud Gilberto. She also began her contract with Concord, and throughout she released 6 records.

However, a string of drug use and a failed marriage threatened to derail her success during this time. After her marriage she admitted, "I tried to destroy myself as fast as I could". Her drug problem intensified, and magnified her anxiety about working in a male-dominated field. One musician recalls her being so nervous about recording a solo that she overdubbed it after the fact, without the rest of the band present.

In , Remler gave up the New York life and moved to Pittsburgh where she became and artist-in-residence at the university. She also studied with renowned trombonist and arranger Bob Brookmeyer during this time. Friends of Remler were optimistic about her rehabilitation and return to form.

However, their greatest fears were realized in May , when she died of a heart attack at the age of Her final recording, This Is Me, was released posthumously later that year.

Recommended Listening 1. Remler and Coryell do a great job of supporting each on this record, and their styles complement each other quite well. Here, she shows off a combination of bebop lines, blues licks, and some inventive rhythmic ideas. If you like this tune, click here to download a PDF! However, she can also be seen playing an Ovation, and archtop guitar made by Roger Borys.

In terms of effects, Remler was generally quite sparse, most often using a traditional tone with a touch of reverb. Occasionally, she would also use a chorus pedal, as did many other jazz guitarists in the 80s era.

So is her warmth - of tone and conception. I never said more than two words to Bill Evans, I talked to him once, but I know what he was like. He draws from his experience both as a professional jazz guitarist and professional jazz teacher to help thousands of people from all around the world learn the craft of jazz guitar. Up Next!

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She was praised by jazz guitarist Herb Ellis , who referred to her as "the new superstar of guitar" and introduced her at the Concord Jazz Festival in She recorded Together with guitarist Larry Coryell. She participated in the Los Angeles version of Sophisticated Ladies from — and toured for several years with Astrud Gilberto. She also made two guitar instruction videos. In , she was artist in residence at Duquesne University and the next year received the Distinguished Alumni award from Berklee.

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