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  • Sticky: massive site update thread

    For anyone who's been here before, you are looking at a system that has basically been rebuilt, recoded, and rescripted from the ground up.   Phase 1 has been in the works since, oh... sometime in April I'm guessing. I did most of the work while I was in Hong Kong, then when I got back at the beginning of July I stepped away from it for two and a half months.  Two days ago I said, "Time to put the new stuff up." and now here we are. Anyway, Phase 1 is complete. The system is good enough...

    by 09/17/2014, 3 replies
  • *NEW* - Learn to BURN w/Dave Frank

    Hi fiends, I'm plotzing to inivte you to this new class, intended for intermediate to advanced players, presenting 3 specific exercises to help you to take your playing to BURNSVILLE!! You will LOVE it) Blessings and keep swingin from 52nd St. Dave Frank

    by 08/06/2014, 38 replies
  • What do jazz piano students most want to learn?

    I'm a jazz piano teacher here in London and would like to know what students would most like to learn? Here are some suggestions but tell me what comes to mind first? Scales Modes New tunes Chords Licks Chord sequences Extensions and alterations Playing the blues Different piano styles Comping

    by 04/04/2014, 5 replies
  • *NEW* -The Science of Touch - 5 ways to Control Your Piano Sound

    I'm thrilled to share with you this new class that examines the inner workings of the piano and examines 5 ways to control your sound and touch at the keyboard. Techniques include playing deeper into the keybed, varying touch velocity, and more. Features a new performance and a grand piano action model. Pianists will LUV this! Blessings and keep swingin Dave Frank...

    by 05/15/2014, 2 replies

    Pianoaddicts, I'm happy to invite you to digg into a new in-depth master class analyzing an amazing recent solo performance of the great Chick Corea! Topics include modal interchange, modal anthems, ten drummers, cycled harmonies, and much more. Includes a new performance by Dave and class notes available for download. All free for thee. Blessings and keep swingin from NYC! Dave Frank...

    by 12/04/2013, 0 replies
  • *New* - 15 Stylistic Elements for the Advanced Jazz Pianist

    Jazz piano lovers, I'm pleased to offer you a new master class exploring 15 advanced ways to snazz-up your jazz. I promise you a swell time with this unique in-depth master class:) Phree. Blessings and keep swingin! Dave Frank NYC...

    by 08/24/2012, 8 replies
  • Nina Simone's Solo on "My baby Just Cares for Me" (pdf)

    of requests for it. So get started learning it now, because it's going to take you awhile to master it. 7...

    by 12/14/2005, 17 replies
  • How are the piano keys set up?

    Need to know about how piano keys are set up ?

    by 09/09/2014, 0 replies
  • How can I start to learn Jazz Piano?

    I wanna ask what can I do if I want to learn Jazz Piano by myself? while searching online I have find out online jazz clasess video ([url][/url]). I want to know it is best for me as I'm grade 8 in ABRSM, poor skill, poor theory, poor creativity. Only know how to follow the scores.

    by 09/02/2014, 2 replies
  • Are there any good Jazz Piano lessons online?

    Hi, I'm looking for lessons on Jazz Piano. Are there any good ones that you know of? I was able to accumulate some real good Jazz Piano lessons on my blog. But I'm looking for other sources. If there's any other good one, will you let me know?...

    by 09/04/2014, 0 replies
  • Charlie Parker

    Hi, I'm an italian jazz pianist and I just joined to this forum. For some months, I have been studying the themes of Charlie Parker (Billie's Bounce, Now's the time, Yardbird suite, Donna Lee, ecc....). In addition to Aebersold books, are there others books where to find new harmonies for piano? Thanks for the reply!...

    by 05/13/2014, 1 reply from 08/14/2014
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