Anthropology Contrafact backing tracks in all 12 keys ( Bossa:Quarter =110 )

Learning to play bebop is a tall order for the beginning improvisor. The fast tempos require knowing your chords and scales inside and out.  You must also  have very good technical capabilities on your instrument. In April of this year I created a post for an Anthropology contrafact in all 12 keys with charts and backing tracks. I have received suggestions subsequently asking me to create backing tracks for Anthropology at a much slower tempo. The following tracks are the Anthropology chord changes with a bossa rhythm section at a tempo of a quarter at 110. If you need the charts you can obtain them from my Anthropology contrafact post. Be sure to practice in all 12 keys.

In the near future I will be posting some charts with some basic ideas to start with when playing over these changes.

Anthropaulogy in the Key of C follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Db follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of D follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Eb follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of E follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of F follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Fsharp follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of G follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Ab follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of A follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Bb follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of B follows:
 

Bebop Workout on Anthropaulogy in All 12 keys with Charts and Tracks

Next to the blues, the chord changes to “I Got Rhythm” appear in more jazz songs than any other harmonic structure. The importance of learning how to play over these changes cannot be over emphasized.

I am providing a bebop workout on Anthropaulogy ( Anthropology ) in all 12 keys. Be sure to try Evan Tate’s 250 Jazz Patterns and Steve Neff’s Dominant Bebop Scale ideas over this bebop tune in all 12 keys. The quarter note is 250 on the backing tracks.

I am including a player for all of the backing music. The backing tracks are all in Concert key. For example, if you play the tenor saxophone and select a backing track in the key of C – you will use a pdf chart in the key of D.

Have fun working through all 12 keys!

Anthropaulogy Key C pdf (2999)

Anthropology Key Db pdf (1067)

Anthropology Key D pdf (1045)

Anthropology Key Eb pdf (964)

Anthropology Key E pdf (893)

Anthropology Key F pdf (932)

Anthropology Key Fsharp pdf (888)

Anthropology Key G pdf (971)

Anthropology Key Ab pdf (865)

Anthropology Key A pdf (886)

Anthropology Key Bb pdf (1149)

Anthropology Key B pdf (885)

Anthropaulogy in the Key of C follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Db follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of D follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Eb follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of E follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of F follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Fsharp follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of G follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Ab follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of A follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Bb follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of B follows:
 

Jazz Standard Workout in all 12 Keys with Charts and Backing Music

I have written a contrafact of the great jazz standard “All Of Me” named “All Of PAULMAINE.COM”. I have omitted the melody of the song to provide a convenient means to practice jazz improvization of a jazz standard chord progression. It is critical to be proficient in all 12 keys.

Jazz standards are usually characterized by a harmonic rhythm that averages about one to two measures per chord. The intervals used between the roots of adjacent chords frequently are II-V-I, cycle movement and chromatic movement.

I am providing pdf files and mp3 files for all 12 keys. This should readily facilitate practicing in all 12 keys.  Be sure to checkout my post on 250 Jazz Patterns by Evan Tate.  Evans’s 250 Jazz Patterns book has patterns in all 12 keys and will be extremely useful with these jazz standard backing tracks in all 12 keys. You can also use my Harmonic Minor Pattern 1 post on these standards.

Have fun practicing in all 12 keys!

All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key C pdf file (2011)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key Db pdf file (873)

All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key D pdf file (908)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key Eb pdf file (859)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key E pdf file (810)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key F pdf file (795)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key F# pdf file (759)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key G pdf file (833)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key Ab pdf file (814)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key A pdf file (836)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key Bb pdf file (880)

 All Of PAULMAINE.COM - Key B pdf file (798)

I am including a player for all of the backing music. The backing tracks are all in Concert key. For example, if you play the tenor saxophone and select a backing track in the key of C – you will use a pdf chart in the key of D.

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of C follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of Db follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of D follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of Eb follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of E follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of F follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of F# follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of G follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of Ab follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of A follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of Bb follows:

  

ALL OF PAULMAINE.COM in the Key of B follows: