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Playing Jazz Piano
 
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Playing Jazz Piano [Format Kindle]

Bob Mintzer
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For an aspiring jazz instrumentalist, playing piano is one of the most important skills for developing a jazz vocabulary. Bob Mintzer is a renowned jazz composer, arranger, saxophonist, pianist, bandleader, educator and member of the group, the Yellowjackets. His new book is designed for the instrumentalist who is not an accomplished piano player but wants to acquire basic jazz piano skills and jazz vocabulary. The book includes etudes that make players aware of the sound, texture, cause, effect and function of jazz chords and harmony. The 22 piano etudes feature a variety of styles, tempos, chord progressions and a the book also includes a chord voicing glossary. Mintzer offers a practical guide with a realistic approach.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent ouvrage pour les jazzmen non pianiste 31 mars 2009
Par Blueseven
Format:Broché
Comme tout ce que fait Bob Mintzer, ce cahier d'études de piano pour non pianistes est excellent, sympa, ludique, à la fois accessible et avancé (on est immédiatement loin de l'ultra basique). Par contre il ne faut pas y chercher une méthode complète avec une progression des connaissances ; il s'agit plus d'un kit de survie pour permettre aux non pianistes (mais d'un niveau correct en théorie) d'être plus à l'aise devant un clavier pour jouer une grille d'accord (avec les 2 mains !). A travailler en parallèle avec le formidable bouquin de Mark Levine "The Jazz Piano Book". Bravo et encore merci Bob !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Take advantage of this guy's knowledge while you can 4 novembre 2011
Par Brian - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm currently a student of Bob Mintzer at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. His piano playing is truly one of a kind; he hears things that other musicians don't. There's some great information in this book, especially for the price.

If you're new to piano and music theory in general, you should probably start with something a little more basic before purchasing this. This is an intermediate level book that helps the aspiring jazz musician add a little more color and voice to their piano comping and open your ears to the possibilities of each chord. He leaves a little room for each musician to take the exercises and etudes in their own direction; transpose it to another key, apply alternate scales, etc. But if you're motivated, I encourage you to dive right into this and see where it takes you. Great book!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book 10 juin 2012
Par K.K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am really enjoying this book. It consists of a series of well written etudes to help the novice jazz pianist develop essential solo and ensemble piano skills. There are clear explanations of the harmonic and rhythmic objectives for each "tune" and they cover a broad spectrum of useful jazz progressions and rhythms. My estimation is that this book is best suited for an advanced beginner, or intermediate level, pianist interested in learning basic jazz chord vocabulary and comping rhythms but who already knows music theory, especially chord construction.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 It is good!!! 20 mars 2014
Par Composer56 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love this product because Bob Mintzer is a brilliant saxophonist who encourage other non piano instrumentalists to learn jazz piano. I bought it and I like it.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A good jazz piano book to learn comping 10 novembre 2013
Par J. Lai - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you'd like to learn how to comp, this is a nice book to have. All examples are clear and quite easy to learn. Each piece is first explained and instructions are given. A very practical book to have.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Jazz Etudes 17 octobre 2013
Par Hardtop Harry - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a collection of etudes of medium difficulty. Mintzer has selected some basic changes - blues, rhythm changes - and created these etudes, usually 3 variations on each set of changes. On a given progression there is a walk bass comp, a two handed comp, and a solo.
I like this presentation: during a performance a pianist will most likely comp for most of the time. There may or may not be a piano solo. This presentation makes sure that the student gets practice in both comping and soloing over the chord changes.

The etudes are fun to play and very pianistic. In fact they are so good that it's easy to forget that piano is not Mintzer's primary instrument. In fact, in the book's narrative you get the impression that the book was intended as one of those "Piano for Horn Players" collections, that Mintzer's real interest is in creating piano studies that will primarily fill the need of a horn player. (Piano is pretty much essential for any serious instrumentalist, regardless of the instrument). Fortunately the studies here sound and play anything like a supplemental saxophone exercise.

A collection of etudes for the intermediate jazz pianist. These will expand the player's chord vocabulary, ear, and keyboard geography. They sound good and play good.

There is no cd with this book so if you don't know anything about jazz interpretation then you will need either a teacher, or a ton of listening, or both. Otherwise there's nothing I can say against this book. If I lost mine I'd buy another.
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