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Jazz-Blues Piano: The Complete Guide with Audio! [Format Kindle avec audio/vidéo]

Mark Harrison

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(Keyboard Instruction). This comprehensive volume from the Hal Leonard Keyboard Style Series will teach you the basic skills needed to play jazz-blues piano. From comping to soloing, you'll learn the theory, the tools, and the tricks used by the pros. The accompanying audio features many of the examples in the book performed either solo, or with a full band, including a full chapter of complete songs. Topics covered include: scales and chords * harmony and voicings * progressions and comping * melodies and soloing * characteristic stylings.

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Amazon.com: 4.1 étoiles sur 5  17 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 You're just two hours from sounding "bluesy" 21 avril 2009
Par Eric C. Sedensky - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been playing jazz piano for about two years now, and have had great success with The Jazz Piano Book (as one might imagine). The next book that has served me well is Post-Bop Jazz Piano - The Complete Guide with CD!: Hal Leonard Keyboard Style Series, which is from the same series as the Jazz Blues Piano book under review. So, when I began looking for a book to help me sound bluesy, something noticeably lacking from my skill set, I gravitated toward this book for that reason and because my piano instructor didn't have this book (although he had many others in the same series). I have to say, that overnight, this became my favorite book to work from. There are a lot of reasons for that. First is that this book contains a good dose of easy-to-digest jazz music theory and explanation. The student can choose to skip over this and concentrate on playing the exercises, but I chose to read everything carefully and to try and understand and apply it, and I found it very useful. I was also quite pleasantly surprised when I found myself playing a ii-V-I progression (the backbone of jazz music) in a fashion I had never been shown before (with a moving bass note changing the mode of the chord). I was fascinated, and it made it easy for me to work on doing it in all twelve keys (which is normally drudgery), and to quickly press on in the book. As I played through the exercises, read through the material, then reached the exercises that are on the CD, I kept working on the suggested chords. Because I'm not a raw beginner, the first twenty pages went very quickly, and all of a sudden I found myself at about twenty pages in on exercise 9 practicing a straight up blues lick. That's right: two hours and I was playing blues. Very, very exciting. Like all piano books, including a number I have reviewed, this still requires practice and stick-to-itive-ness, but this book provides some small rewards on every page, which I find quite motivational and desirable. I can easily picture myself working through this entire book in a relatively short period of time. Beginning piano students will still need to work on some of this material with an instructor, but anybody with a good technical foundation in piano and at least a small amount of jazz knowledge should be able to work through most of this by themselves, thanks to the useful and well executed CD. Although there are many options and levels available, if you want to sound jazzy or bluesy, without a lot of fuss and without spending a lot of money or time, I really think this book is the best and simplest place to start.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 "jazzy" blues, but far from jazz blues 8 février 2012
Par Dylan Edwards - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Really not a thorough book for those looking for ways to develop a jazz blues style. I was looking forward to a more swinging, Jimmy Smith-esque blues, but instead there is nothing but a couple chords and some common sense blues licks, and nothing about soloing that you can't find in any other blues book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Jazz Blues Piano book 1 décembre 2011
Par ClassicTViewer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this book for reference material for Jazz and Blues.

The book has many different exercises(85) to practice different Jazz styles and also has a backing track to hear how the exercises sound like. The book gets into allot of theory of the Jazz exercises.

This book is not for the very beginner pianist. You need to know your chords(basic and extended,9th,13th,inversions,open chords,etc) and scale modes(dorian, etc) which it gets into pretty heavy.

Each exercise, the book describes each measure what they are trying to do. Plus you get to hear what it sounds like on the Audio CD that comes with the book.

There are some nice Jazz songs in the back of the book(7 of them). There are backing tracks for these also to hear what they sound like.

Also gets into one comping style exercise by several different Jazz Blues artists such as Oscar Peterson,Charlie Parker, etc.

Again, this is a great reference book on Jazz and Blues styles.

Dave
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Jazz Blues-Piano 20 janvier 2008
Par Kirtland E. Hobler - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm having a lot of fun with this book/CD, especially the piano, bass and drums pieces with accompanying written music for the chords. One can improvise along with the CD music with the right hand, and learn how to comp with the left in due time.

The book conatins a little music theory, a little of which is good. But some of it is,in my view, unnecessary to enjoy jazz blues.

The combo book/cd is well worth the price!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 styles that I've needed help with...and now I've got it 2 novembre 2006
Par LBWheels457 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a great book that I picked up! It goes through what few other books do...the Jazz-Blues styles of the twentieth century without "dumbing" it down. This book includes important information about scales and modes, inversions, voicing, harmony, progressions and patters, left-hand vs right-hand, styles, comping, and even soloing...anything that is used in any type of jazz-blues. It goes through Swing/Big band, Jump blues, Bop, Hard Bop, Cool Jazz, Soul Jazz, Jazz/Rock Fusion. The book moves quickly but provides the information that is important for those of us looking to play. It comes with a very handy CD which allows to hear what it's supposed to sound like. Mark Harrison is a wonderful teacher in this book and I highly recommend it.
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