A method specifically designed for jazz vocal musicians utilizing a system of tetrachords as a tool for integrating theory, ear training and improvisation.

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“With heart and soul, passion and technique, Chris McNulty has answered the question many students have asked of me, ‘Darryl, can you teach me how to scat? Improvise? Sing?’ This book is a comprehensive…read more

“Wow, this book is fantastic! It´s like taking a core music course that has everything you need to become a well-rounded, versatile musician”

Bob Stoloff - Former Associate Professor at Berklee College

Vocalist as Complete Musician

VCM introduces a method specifically designed for vocalists which utilizes tetrachords to integrate music theory, ear training and improvisation

Singers! Have you ever wanted to feel more equipped to nail every scale and chord shape on call? See a set of chord changes and quickly recognize what scales to use to help you improvise more freely and confidently? This methodology provides a set of resource tools which allow for greater freedom and accuracy in vocal jazz improvisation. Doing this work will also increase your knowledge of theory, enhance your composing and reading skills and most importantly empower you to become a more complete and independent vocal musicians.

“The design and intent are both excellent. Chris has done a terrific job of integrating the essentials of theory, ear training, harmony, composition, arranging and improvisation in one comprehensive text. Her visual-aural teaching approach is not only learner-friendly but is presented in a way that encourages confidence, independence and empowerment."

Bob Stoloff - Former Associate Professor at Berklee College

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