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Reçu le prestigieux Prix de l'Association Industries de la Musique en 2006 pour la meilleure publication Pop, le deuxième volume d'Explorer Jazz Piano par Tim Richards était attendu depuis longtemps, suivi de son célèbre Piano Blues Improviser, également publiée par Schott. Le niveau global est légèrement plus élevé, et conviendrait à des pianistes de la 4e année et au-dessus. Le livre est disponible en deux volumes, comprenant pas moins de 56 pièces originales de l'auteur, ainsi que des arrangements spéciaux de 24 standards allant de Autumn Leaves et Summertime à Straight No Chaser et Impressions de Coltrane. Les deux volumes contiennent également plus de 800 exemples musicaux, un véritable trésor de styles et de techniques pour les pianistes de jazz en herbe, et se réfère aux travaux de Erroll Garner, Art Tatum, Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, Horace Silver, Hampton Hawes, Red Garland, Wynton Kelly, Bill Evans, George Shearing, Oscar Peterson, Chick Corea, McCoy Tyner, et bien d'autres. Chaque volume a son propre CD, contenant les performances de toutes les 80 pièces, jouées par Tim seul ou avec son trio actuel de Dominic Howles (basse) et Matt Accueil (batterie). des pistes Play-along sont également incluses La méthode est magnifiquement illustrée de nombreuses photographies pleine page des maîtres du piano passé et présent, biographies. La spirale sous couverture pratiques protège le livre et convient parfaitement à l'utilisation de la méthode sur un pupitre de piano. Exploring Jazz Piano comble un vide dans l'enseignement du piano jazz, son programme global prenant le lecteur à partir des premiers principes dans le vol. 1 au niveau professionnel dans le vol. 2. Tout étudiant de piano jazz, professeur de piano, ou musicien plongeant dans un ou l'autre volume sera récompensé par une richesse d'idées et d'informations pratiques pour les tenir occupés pendant plusieurs mois, ou à utiliser comme une ressource en cours dans les années à venir. Le Vol. 1 présente au pianiste niveau intermédiaire les bases d'accords utilisés dans le jazz, à partir des triades majeures et mineures à des accords de septième et neuvième. Contenu : - Improve musical skills - Learn pieces in a variety of jazz styles - Improve musicianship including aural and rhythmic skills - Improve improvisation skills - Gain an insight into jazz harmony and chord voicings - Develop skills for playing in a band - Develop accompaniment skills



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  • Broché: 256 pages
  • Editeur : Schott; Édition : Pap/Com (1 janvier 2009)
  • Collection : The Schott Pop Styles Series
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 190245524X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1902455242
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,9 x 1,4 x 30,5 cm
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Tim Richards' book "Exploring Jazz Piano 1" is probably the most thorough tome that I have ever worked through on this subject. Most jazz method books tacitly assume that you have already been seriously studying music for several years, so they skip over the elementary and delve headlong into the tricks of the trade (which can be daunting for those with a patchy knowledge).

This book makes no such assumption. If you don't have your basic theory and chops down when you begin this book, don't worry, you certainly will by the time you've finished it!

For those who have been playing classical and/or pop, etc for some time and know about intervals, inversions, scales, etc, it can be tempting to skip over all the stuff in the beginning of the book and dive straight into the meat of the course. However, I would still recommend that even those with a good foundation take the time to look through those early pages - you'll very probably find a few "Easter Eggs" that the author has tucked into the pages all over this book. Little morsels of wisdom and cool stuff that you might not be aware of abound.

Once you've gotten your feet wet, and begin looking deeper and deeper into this volume, you'll find a carefully crafted and logical progression of lessons that eases you smoothly into the jazz experience.

Many styles are covered, and the transcriptions are priceless! The function of the LH is also dealt with as being equal in importance to the role of the right.
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34 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Best book on learning to improvise 16 octobre 2008
Par Aimee Phillips - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've bought several books on improvising jazz piano and this is by far the best. It's a heavy, well bound book (my binding has not come apart), which could explain it's $40 list price tag. The book itself is worth $40, even if it was looseleaf!

I agree with the previous reviewer that Richards quickly covers basic chord theory, but that's what convinced me to try this book. Since I've been studying jazz theory (trying to learn to improvise) and have a fair level of knowledge, I didn't want another book that introduced chords and basic ii V7 I progressions. There's some excellent books on jazz theory out there - try Bert Ligon's books for the most thorough, and challenging, course on theory. I wanted a book that would teach me how to sound like my favorite jazz pianists.

To improvise jazz, you need a thorough command of chord voicings and progressions, and then an ability to improvise scale patterns against a strong left hand rhythm. Many books give examples of those components, but only give a few basic exercises and vague verbal instructions on how to apply them to a song. I have the knowledge needed and I can play great sounding chords and progressions, but I have not been able to play a respectable improvisation and haven't been able to find any real guidance up until now.

What makes this book different--and excellent--are the numerous exercises that show you how to apply the techniques presented in the lessons. Richards' book gives several etudes and exercises in each chapter to help you develop those skills. He offers excellent improvising suggestions and examples for each etude, and shows how to apply them. In addition, he provides 4 or 5 authentic jazz tunes in each chapter - from standards to bebop and all styles - and, again, offers detailed examples and suggestions to apply the techniques presented. In addition, the tunes and drills present various left-hand styles with an emphasis on latin styles.

If you can play piano at a late beginner or early intermediate level, and have a basic knowledge of chords, then you'll get a lot out of this book. If you're an experienced player and know chords thoroughly, this book - and the Volume 2 book - will help you improve and give you excellent training in improvising.

I first bought volume 2 thinking that volume 1 would be too basic for me. But after working with vol. 2 for a week, I decided to buy vol. 1 after all. I know all the theory in volume 1, but the exercises and drills provide so much excellent instruction in playing left hand rhythms or basic chord voicings against a right hand improvisation, that I don't feel that I'm wasting my time with elementary concepts.

The cd that comes with it provides an opportunity to play along with his band. However, the tempos are fast. If you have a keyboard or piano with built in rhythms, you'll be in better shape. You'd definitely want a metronome if you don't have built in backgrounds, so that you can practice slowly and work up to the finished speed. Band in a Box is a great software program that provides some excellent backgrounds to practice with.

Tim Richards is the best teacher - and on top of that a great jazz pianist. He and I are going to be tight for a long time.
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Whoever Your Are, You'd Probably Benefit From This Book 22 août 2008
Par Paul Wake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book assumes you're at least an intermediate pianist, but it also assumes you may have had only standard, sightreading classical music piano lessons. It initially goes over how to swing eighth notes, build chord triads, and so forth, but pretty quickly gets into playing music based on pentatonic scales, playing walking bass lines, using fake books, working with 7th and 9th chords, and much more. In other words, you aren't learning to sightread jazz music, you're learning to be a jazz musician. There are also some jazz standards in here to learn, but not just that--Tim Richards explains how they were created, how to solo over them, and how to improvise, and then on the CD he not only plays the music so you can hear what he's showing, but also you can get just the drum and bass part so you can sort of play with a jazz combo by yourself. Volume 2 builds on this volume, but also be aware of "Improvising Blues Piano," because this book (volume 1) builds on that book, and you might be best off starting with that book.

My only complaint, but it's not enough to ding the book a star in this review, is that the binding came unglued on one side almost immediately.
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Excellent - highly recommended 16 décembre 2008
Par Chris Goldthorpe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I would recommend this book to anyone who has advanced beyond the beginner stage and is interested in an introduction to Jazz piano. Each chapter is well organized with a specific theme such as minor triads, seventh chords etc, then goes on to show examples of how to use them, what scale to use when soloing and gives exercises to lead you to try different ideas when soloing. The author does a very good job of showing how to create solos which work over a particular chord sequence by putting the right notes under your fingertips then encouraging experimentation with different ways of arranging those notes into a coherent idea. Rather than try to cover every possible subject in Jazz in a single book this book explores a number of basic concepts in depth, which I think is a better approach.
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a carefully crafted and logical progression of lessons that eases you smoothly into the jazz experience 16 juillet 2012
Par J. Brent - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Tim Richards' book "Exploring Jazz Piano 1" is probably the most thorough tome that I have ever worked through on this subject. Most jazz method books tacitly assume that you have already been seriously studying music for several years, so they skip over the elementary and delve headlong into the tricks of the trade (which can be daunting for those with a patchy knowledge).

This book makes no such assumption. If you don't have your basic theory and chops down when you begin this book, don't worry, you certainly will by the time you've finished it!

For those who have been playing classical and/or pop, etc for some time and know about intervals, inversions, scales, etc, it can be tempting to skip over all the stuff in the beginning of the book and dive straight into the meat of the course. However, I would still recommend that even those with a good foundation take the time to look through those early pages - you'll very probably find a few "Easter Eggs" that the author has tucked into the pages all over this book. Little morsels of wisdom and cool stuff that you might not be aware of abound.

Once you've gotten your feet wet, and begin looking deeper and deeper into this volume, you'll find a carefully crafted and logical progression of lessons that eases you smoothly into the jazz experience.

Many styles are covered, and the transcriptions are priceless! The function of the LH is also dealt with as being equal in importance to the role of the right. This is not just a collection of RH bebop licks to be regurgitated and thrown about like so much musical confetti, it is a serious curriculum that takes you to where you need to be with the least amount of pain possible - so that you can soon begin make your own music using the detailed principles meticulously outlined within.

If you really want to learn jazz piano, and you want to make sure that you know the subject inside-out "Exploring Jazz Piano 1" is one of the finest beginner's books I've ever encountered. Just buy it, you'll see!

Jeff Brent
author of Modalogy - scales, modes & chords: the primordial building blocks of music
(music theory / Hal Leonard 2011)
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Words leave me hangin'.... 12 juillet 2011
Par Conraddddd21 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This volume is beyond criticism. If you've gone over the previous book "Improvising Blues Piano" you'd know what to expect from Tim Richards: great chops, outstanding exercises and extraordinary talent of making it easier for you to get better. If you're interested in piano, you must buy this book. (I know I seem overexcited but I truly am.)
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