LJP Link Machine

Links in Music Education sign in to add a link

LearnJazzPiano.com and Scot make no guarantee that the links below are safe or go where they say. If you find a spam related link or have any complaints, contact LJP and we'll take care of it.
  • Pop Piano Academy

    Piano and keyboard lessons and essays covering pop, rock, and country styles, as well as many sub-genres (blues, funk, soul, R&B, folk, progressive, jam, and more). Private lessons available in the Toledo, OH area. Check out our Facebook at Facebook.com/PopPianoAcademy.

    added: 07/09/2015 by Ziggysane

  • Stars & Catz Music Teacher Network UK

    The UK wing of the Stars & Catz International Music Teacher Network. Free teacher matching for all UK students and parents.

    added: 10/28/2014 by Oliver Braithwaite

  • Stars & Catz Music Teacher Network Canada

    The Canadian wing of the Stars & Catz International Music Teacher Network This is the place to go for all Canadian students wanting to find people who will match them with the right teacher for free.

    added: 10/28/2014 by Oliver Braithwaite

  • Stars & Catz Music Teacher Network USA

    The USA wing of the Stars & Catz International Music Teacher Network. Free music tutor matching for all USA students.

    added: 10/28/2014 by Oliver Braithwaite

  • Stars & Catz Music Teacher Network Australia - Free Tutor Matchi

    The Australian wing of the Stars & Catz International Music Teacher Network. Free teacher matching for students in Australia. A unique and win/win arrangement for teachers.

    added: 10/28/2014 by Oliver Braithwaite

  • Piano a Primera Vista

    Si no tiene la oportunidad de un buen maestro de piano, le ofrecemos un método en español para aprender a tocar el piano a primera vista por si mismo. -- A site in spanish to help people to learn how to play piano. There are many tools and secrets in ordetr to be a better performer.

    added: 09/20/2014 by Alberto Betancourt

  • Scot Ranney's Jazz Piano Notebook, Volume 1

    This piano exercises and etudes book by Scot Ranney is based on his years of professional jazz piano experience, study, and note taking. The book explores techniques and devices that you can use in your playing, solo or with a group. Level: moderate to difficult. You should be familiar with reading piano music. This book is intended to help improve your jazz piano chops, solo or otherwise and has been written to help bridge the gap between understanding jazz piano concepts and using them in your playing. Videos of the songs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL645ABF18468CD565&feature=view_all

    added: 04/08/2012 by Scot Ranney

  • Educational Kids Songs and Hip Children's Music

    Groove Kid Nation is an educational children's music label whose goal is to introduce toddlers to the sound of real musical instruments.

    added: 11/25/2011 by Rodney Lee

  • Piano Music and Sheet Music Resource

    Professional pianist reveals secrets about finding free piano sheet music online in a wide range of styles including jazz.

    added: 08/17/2011 by Daniel Wnukowski

  • Free Piano Chords Lessons

    Free piano chords lessons for beginners including video lessons on piano chords theory, jazz and blues.

    added: 10/14/2010 by David Yzhaki

  • Learn Hot Contemporary Gospel and Jazz Styles

    Learn to PLAY GOSPEL music by EAR. FREE Online Video Lessons. PHAT Jazz Chords, licks, and runs to add to your Piano Organ Keyboard playing IMMEDIATELY!

    added: 08/11/2009 by Letron Brantley

  • Jazz Piano Lessons Online!

    Live, interactive, jazz piano lessons!

    added: 07/16/2009 by Dave Solazzo

  • université d'été Jazz Aout 2009 Sud de la France

    Une occasion exceptionnelle de rencontrer les nouveaux talents du Jazz français "CO ART JAZZ" Du lundi 24 au vendredi 28 août 2009 à Coaraze (Alpes-Maritimes) Piano (Manuel Rocheman) Saxophone (Stéphane Chausse) Guitare (Nelson Veras) Contrebasse (Mathias Allamane) Batterie (Matthieu Chazarenc) Formation musicale jazz (Freddy Roux) Nombre de places limité - Contact : Les objectifs de cette académie sont l'échange d'expériences, l'enrichissement du dialogue

    added: 03/29/2009 by Coartjazz

  • HowToPlayMusic.com

    Free music theory lessons, piano & more...

    added: 10/31/2008 by Kirk Malay

  • Jim Atkinson - Piano Teacher

    Piano teacher offering all styles of piano lessons from classical to modern, specialist in blues and jazz improvisation. Friendly local lessons for all ages and abilities. First Lesson Free

    added: 10/29/2008 by Jim Atkinson

  • Piano Lessons

    Powerful piano lessons to help you learn how to play piano. Check out Nate Bosch's '12 Steps To Playing Piano' free online video course. You can start learning to play piano for free today!

    added: 10/09/2008 by Jordan

  • Jazz and blues piano teacher in London

    Paul Abrahams have now begun a series of podcasts called Learn Jazz Piano, which are freely available on itunes. You can also download these lessons by clicking the appropriate links at the site.

    added: 07/16/2008 by OCrosse

  • Jazz chords for piano

    a 138 pages book about crafting chords for sophisticated jazz harmony. Part One: harmony basics, how to construct and use chords. Part Two: Chord Thesaurus, common chord progressions. Part Three: Voicing the blues (16 examples).

    added: 03/10/2008 by Rainer Daxl

  • Jazz articles, exercises and transcriptions by Jason Lyon

    Free PDFs covering gapped scales, bebop, Coltrane changes, outside playing, Latin styles and more, plus sample pages from new books on Pentatonics and Piano Voicings.

    added: 02/05/2008 by Impromptu

  • Resources for Synthesizer and Electronic Keyboard Players

    Essential keyboard resources, lessons, sheet music, and vintage synths at PlaySynthesizer.com

    added: 04/10/2007 by Rodney Lee

  • Pianoforall.com

    Amazing new Piano method. 10 ebooks, 500 Audio lessons, 200 Video lessons. Jazz, Blues, Rock, Pop, Improvising, Classical, Sight Reading. Free samples.

    added: 10/22/2006 by Robin Hall

  • Learn Piano

    Everyone can learn piano, yes as long as they learn things that they love, if you love to hear it then you'll love even more to play it.

    added: 09/25/2006 by Ben Montaigue

  • Piano Lessons in Fort Worth and Dallas

    Piano lessons in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas. Also resources for current students and teachers.

    added: 05/13/2006 by Robert Carney

  • Online Piano Lessons

    Piano Tricks has online piano lessons with video and audio examples. Free lessons designed for the absolute beginner to advanced student.

    added: 03/27/2006 by Jon Broderick

  • Howard Rees' Jazz Workshops

    The Jazz Workshops offer ongoing courses in bebop improvisation and harmony for all instruments and vocalists. Jazzworkshop Productions documents the methodologies of Barry Harris and is the producer and distributor of the Barry Harris Workshop Video series.

    added: 05/10/2004 by Howard Rees

  • Free Online Piano Lessons

    Provides lessons for the beginner piano player seeking to learn piano scales, piano chords, chord progressions, and identifying notes on piano sheet music.

    added: 02/15/2004 by John Rickman

  • Introduction to jazz theory

    A very nicely written introduction to some basic jazz concepts from the University of Southampton (UK). A great starting place in addition to the lessons on this site.

    added: 02/12/2004 by Rob

  • Hear and Play

    Learn to Play the Piano By Ear with over 60 Free Online Lessons, Courses, and more!

    added: 02/02/2004 by Scot

  • Bob Keller's Jazz Links

    http://www.cs.hmc.edu/courses/2002/fall/mus84/iiV.pdf http://www.cs.hmc.edu/courses/2002/fall/mus84/rootless.pdf http://www.cs.hmc.edu/courses/2002/fall/mus84/slides.html http://www.cs.hmc.edu/courses/2002/fall/mus84/minor-ii-V-i.pdf These are some of Prof.Bob Keller's great course materials

    added: 01/26/2004 by G.Shore

  • A reference guide for jazz theory

    You name it,it's dealt with here,150 pg.

    added: 01/22/2004 by Gary Shore

  • Ricci Adams' Musictheory.net

    It's a Music Theory website that use Flash animation to let you learn easily about Music Theory from the very start to the more advanced. There are many tools too, like the Note Trainer, Key Trainer, Interval Trainer and many more to start you in the world of music theory.

    added: 08/03/2003 by Adrian Baidon

  • Piano Pedagogy Forum

    Articles published 2 or 3 times a year concerning many issues in piano education.

    added: 08/03/2003 by Jack Tyrrell

  • Piano chord generator

    Will display the names of chords entered note by note, and also display on a keyboard diagram, the individual notes of any chord chosen.

    added: 08/03/2003 by gravityboy

Scot's Jazz Piano Notebook

E-Book   |   Print   |   Videos

Scot Ranney's Jazz Piano Notebook, Volume 1 - exercises and etudes for the solo jazz pianist

Google Ads

be the main character in your own story

Rock on. Follow your passion.

Sign In