I found another teacher more in the neighbourhood. He can learn me a lot of theory and he showed me all kind of II-V-I exercises. I learn them in all keys. So that's a lot of work. I hope I can soon practice them in jazz standards. For now I like to listen to Hiromi Uehara. She played once here in Holland and I was there. She's great. On Youtube you can see some video's. I hope some day we play together :)) I should have given her my number.
I agree with pink_liquorice: It's not easy to find a good teacher. Even when just finished their study at a conservatorium it's hard to teach in jazz and improvisation. For now I have found one but I notice that I don't know much about jazz/music harmony or that theoretical stuff. Since last week I noticed a conservatorium what is specialy meant for people who have a full time job and want to study piano. The first year is only theoretical and that's what you can do at home. You got homework, sent it to ...
Hai, I am Joshua from Holland - 28 years old - married. Two kids, two boys of 2 years old. A twin. Work at a laboratory for cancer-research and I play piano for ~12 years now. Always had classical lessons but now I think I'm ready to spread my wings so I got lessons in Jazz and Improvisation. It openened my eyes to a whole new world of music. I see so many things I want to play .. It's hard to stay focussed. I play piano in a band for 6 years now. We play a lot of 'opwekkingen' and they start hearing me ...
Volume 1 of this educational jazz piano book contains 15 jazz piano exercises, tricks, and other interesting jazz piano techniques, voicings, grooves, and ideas Scot Ranney enjoys playing.
Volume 2 has 14 jazz piano exercises and tricks of the trade, and quite a bit of it is Calypso jazz piano related material, including some Monty Alexander and Michel Camilo style grooves. Jazz piano education is through the ears, but books like this can help.
Volume 3 contains 12 jazz piano exercises and explorations by the acclaimed jazz piano educator, pianist, author, and recording artist Tim Richards.
Volume 4 is by Jeff Brent, a jazz pianist, composer, teacher, and author of "Modalogy" and other acclaimed jazz theory and education books. In this book Jeff shares detailed analysis of transcriptions of live performances. He covers everything from the shape of the songs to the tricks and licks he uses in improvised lines to the ideas behind his lush chord voicings.
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