Old message # 48136

i think oscar was the one of the greatest jazz pianist ever...

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  hampton hawes ( read his bio)

THE JAZZPIANIST I LIKE IS HAMPTON HAWES WHO DIED IN 1977 AGE 49. I can find his work still, worth the search...... basic stuff, no frumpery, highest ...

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  Oscar d real man

Oscar is my best jazz pianist except d piano god Art tatum..i ws bin cld oscar peterson bcoz i love him somch..i'm longin 2b d nxt OSCAR PETERSON...

07/12/2010, by 0 replies
  Someone learn to play jazz piano in realbook fakebook

I want to know about start to learn in realbook fakebook song.

02/11/2010, by 0 replies
  Old message # 45400

I too had the pleasure of seeing him live(solo piano) in a small room many moons ago...a night to remember...

10/07/2009, by 0 replies
  Old message # 45394

[sf]i saw oscar play live three times! i saw him the first time when i was 13 years old at the blue note in nyc. he was my childhood idol and seeing ...

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  Old message # 43215

my dream about piano is to b like this greate legend .that s oscar petarson...

12/10/2008, by 0 replies
  my xperience with oscar

d first nigth i heard oscar on a jazz record tittled jazz piano,i was so much in luv with him.i said i must play like him.since then i have not seen any of...

09/02/2008, by 0 replies
  Old message # 42059

I had the pleasure of hearing Oscar play solo in the late 70s in a room of about 300 people (or should I say pianists). His plane was late so he w...

07/20/2008, by 0 replies
  My favorite and so wish I could hear him live.

[sf]Has anyone heard Oscar Peterson live? What I would give. I can play jazz piano, from music but would love to sit and improv, I can with a fake sheet bu...

07/20/2008, by 0 replies
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learning jazz is ma hobbie...

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  learn jazz

[sf]dear sir my name is joseph a new beginner in jazz and i would like u to help me to know more about jazz...

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  learn jazz by ear?

plz can any body sent me tutorial files on learning jazz by ear? rocafella3g@yahoo.com please ill very gratefull!...

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  learn jazz by ear?

plz can any body sent me tutorial files on learning jazz by ear?...

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  improvement of improvise

Hello sir!this is my first time to joint this kind of amazing side to learn more about jazz piano.I'm a biginer for playing jazz piano so,i hope u can giv...

02/13/2008, by 0 replies
  OMG

He died 23th December 2007 A shame, very sorry... would like to have meet him. Res in peace, master.

02/09/2008, by 0 replies
  Old message # 39246

R.I.P. Big guy.

12/25/2007, by 0 replies
  Play piano, read music, cannot play by ear.

Like to play jazz. I can play anything if I have music to read. Love jazz. Will compensate for help or instructions. Please help! Prockovic3000@Yahoo.com.

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  Old message # 38893

It's a message board, not a chat room. Post your questions and there are numerous helpful types here (pros and otherwise) who will take shots at a...

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