Jazz Piano Book

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Over 300 pages with complete chapters on intervals and triads, the major modes and II-V-I, 3-note voicings, sus. and phrygian chords, adding notes to 3-note voicings, tritone substitution, left-hand voicings, altering notes in left-hand stride and Bud Powell voicings, block chords, comping ...and much more!
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Over 300 pages with complete chapters on intervals and triads, the major modes and II-V-I, 3-note voicings, sus. and phrygian chords, adding notes to 3-note voicings, tritone substitution, left-hand voicings, altering notes in left-hand stride and Bud Powell voicings, block chords, comping ...and much more!
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  • ISBN-13: 9780961470159
  • Publisher: Sher Music Company
  • Publication date: 11/15/1993
  • Pages: 307
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.72 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2004

    The best book

    I took a piano class from Mark while he was writting this book. The one year class was basically a mirror of the book. I've also gone through the book to verify how it related to the lessons. Mark really hit the nail on the head with this book. It covers only what you will need to know, presents the lessons in a logical sequence that will show you how to train your hands, eyes and ears to do the things that a jazz pianist needs to do. It is a great starting point for a lifetime of discovery.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2004

    Best Educational Jazz Book IAround

    I've been working as a jazz musician and educationalist in London for the last 15 years and have no doubt that this is the best book around for those wishing to learn about the magic of playing jazz piano. I've probably bought about 10 copies for presents since it came out ten years ago and recomended it to scores of others. It tells a compelling story starting from the simplest melodic component - an interval - right through to the scales and harmonies used by luminaries such as Evans, Forman Petrucciani and Jarrett. I couldnt recomend it more highly for both kids and adults.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2002

    The Hanon are great exercises

    The Hanon are great exercises, but it's important to do a variety of exercises. Going through 50 Hanon Exercises each day may be a little overkill and somewhat unbalanced, especially if you're playing them all at the same tempo. I couldn't play at all unless I warmed up for 45 minutes. What I learned was, in addition to 'exercises' it's important to play some tunes... Try some of these: -Hanon 1st exercise, all keys quarter note 100 -All Major scales, 4 octaves, various tempi -Apreggios - same -Pick one or two a day of the following: Brahms 51 exercises Pischna Schmitt Preparatory Exercises Bach Two Part Inventions Chopin Etudes, Waltzes (anything really) Scott Joplin rags Blues - in various keys Tunes you'd play on gigs in different keys each day just mix it up and don't spend more time on exercises than you do playing tunes good luck

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