Elements Of The Jazz Language For The Developing Improvisor was written by Jerry Coker. Jerry published his first book “Improvising Jazz” in 1964 and has authored many jazz books. In my opinion he is an outstanding author with a great deal of practical information.
Jerry has analyzed many jazz greats and observed 18 common devices that comprise the jazz language.
A few of the devices include
- Digital Patterns
- 7-3 Resolution
The book has a CD which illustrates the examples and the author provides exercises to practice and ingrain the devices.
I highly recommend this book and you can purchase it from the following link.