THE JAZZ PIANO BOOK
Autor: Mark Levine
Editor: Sher Music
Precio: 34,00 Euros
Métodos de Piano
Música Jazz - Moderna
The Jazz Piano Book
by Mark Levine
The most highly acclaimed jazz piano method ever published!
"One of the best jazz piano books I´ve ever seen -- very easy to understand."
"Unlocks door after door of contemporary jazz piano sounds."
"One of the finest new jazz instruction books. Written by an experienced, professional jazz player, it is practical and unpretentious."
"It covers all the bases -- an invaluable resource for any keyboard player."
"One of the most complete anthologies of jazz piano in recent years."
"Applause for one of the truly fine pianists of our time for putting his vast expertise, experience and musicality into book form."
Mark Levine, long-time pianist with Cal Tjader, is a Concord Jazz recording artist who has recorded with such jazz greats as Joe Henderson, Camen McRae, Richie Cole, Mark Murphy, Houston Pearson, and many others.
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!
"This is one of the finest new jazz instruction books on the market. Written by an experienced, professional jazz player, the book is practical and unpretentious, with lots of valuable information for the beginning, intermediate or advanced improviser. The informality of his style cannot hide
Mark´s seriousness, attention to detail and true love of jazz piano."
"One of the best jazz piano books I´ve ever seen - very easy to understand."
"A brilliant, comprehensive, exciting and highly readable book. It unlocks door after door of contemporary piano jazz sounds."
DOWN BEAT MAGAZINE
"I really like this book because it covers all the bases. An invaluable resource for any keyboard player."
"One of the most complete anthologies on jazz piano in recent years. The research and attention to detail, the nuances and musical examples in each chapter are most refreshing, as are the photos. Stylistically covering artists from Teddy Wilson through Mulgrew Miller, in a way that has rarely been dealt with in other jazz piano literature."
"This is a great book!"
"This book comes closer than any other book I have yet come across to giving the student an insight into the art, and needs, of playing modern jazz piano. With the comprehensive exploration of all the basic techniques in common use that this book offers, along with the inclusion of chapters on such important and often overlooked areas as comping and Latin Jazz, I think this book deserves a place on every modern jazz
"For anyone who is interested in acquiring the basics of contemporary jazz piano playing, this book is a must!"
"The Jazz Piano Book is a comprehensive text (with) in-depth explanations supported by many superb musical examples in every chapter. A comprehensive text (with) smooth progress from easy material to more advanced techniques."
JAZZ EDUCATORS JOURNAL
"An incredibly thorough and yet personal look at the vast subject of jazz piano. The scholarly historical perspective combines with excellent practical examples of different styles and approaches to the keyboard. Applause for one of the truly fine pianists of our time for putting his vast expertise, experience and musicality into book form."