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eBook Complete Jazz Keyboard Method: Mastering Jazz Keyboard (Complete Method) epub

by Noah Baerman

eBook Complete Jazz Keyboard Method: Mastering Jazz Keyboard (Complete Method) epub
  • ISBN: 0882849131
  • Author: Noah Baerman
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Alfred Music; Pap/Com edition (February 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • ePUB size: 1397 kb
  • FB2 size 1246 kb
  • Formats lrf lit rtf docx


Very good lesson book for Jazz Keyboard.

Very good lesson book for Jazz Keyboard. Explains each concept clearly and concisely. I got mine without the CD, but having the CD would make it even more easy to learn.

Keyboard/Piano Book & Online Audio. The Complete Jazz Keyboard Method: Mastering Jazz Keyboard. By Noah Baerman Keyboard/Piano Book & Online Audio Item: 00-45951.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Complete Jazz Keyboard Method: Mastering. Publisher: Alfred Music. Publication Date: 1998. The perfect launching pad for a lifetime of discovery and joy of playing music, this is an essential vehicle for any keyboardist's journey into jazz.

Noah Baerman - Alfred Music Publishing. The perfect launching pad for a lifetime of discovery and joy from playing music, Mastering Jazz Keyboard is essential to any keyboardist's journey into jazz.

Anyone with basic keyboard skills (equivalent to Alfred's Basic Piano Library: Lesson Book 2) can dig right in and begin learning jazz right away. Beginning Jazz Keyboard breaks the age-old tradition of dry and confusing jazz books to provide a step-by-step, enjoyable method for learning to play jazz.

Trade Paperback (US),Unsewn, Adhesive Bound.

The perfect launching pad for a lifetime of discovery and joy from playing music, Mastering Jazz Keyboard is essential to any keyboardist's journey into jazz. Trade Paperback (US),Unsewn, Adhesive Bound.

by Noah Baerman (Author). Like a lot of aspiring jazz musicians, I've accumulated a stack of practice and practice cd books, from improvization, style, scale and chord books to transcription ones. Hands down, this book is the best value and taught me more than any other. The book covers the following each in their own chapter: modal playing, substitution and reharmonization, new scales, triads and pentatonics, and solo playing.

The conclusion to this jazz method starts with a review of concepts from Intermediate Jazz Keyboard and quickly moves on to more advanced concepts of chord voicings, modal soloing, substitution, reharmonization, modes of the minor scales, diminished and whole-tone scales, walking bass, stride piano technique, non-diatonic progressions and much more. The perfect launching pad for a lifetime of discovery and joy of playing music, this is an essential vehicle for any keyboardist's journey into jazz.
Comments: (6)
Vut
Like a lot of aspiring jazz musicians, I've accumulated a stack of practice and practice cd books, from improvization, style, scale and chord books to transcription ones. Hands down, this book is the best value and taught me more than any other. The book covers the following each in their own chapter: modal playing, substitution and reharmonization, new scales, triads and pentatonics, and solo playing. Within these chapters he covers walking bass, stride styles, as well as bebop and post-bop styles. Best of all though is the combination of original compositions which are based on the particular thing being taught--you can hear these on the separately sold cd--which starts the tune with the rhythm section and then drops out the piano part to let you play. The charts are easy to read, and Baerman provides just enough explanation--not too much and not too little. In other words, it's a perfect mix of explanation/theory, practice, and playing.
Lanionge
Truthfully, I don't know why I purchased this book. I feel that this book is good for those who want to learn some "tricks" but not for those who want to be serious jazz pianists. It isn't clear whether the book's objective is to teach how to play as a solo jazz pianist or as a pianist in a jazz ensemble. I also found this author's teaching method to be unlike what usually works for me (something in the order of a definition > illustration via example/listening > practice individually > practice in small ensemble, etc.) The sequence of concepts does not align well with more conventional tried-and-true ways. For example, one needs to know how to be comfortable playing standards using rhythmic/scalar/other harmonic concepts (Chapters 3 through 5) BEFORE going into modal jazz (Chapter 2). To be fair, the author provides material that the student would play to practice and seal in the concepts, and also lists listening resources at the end.
Gri
Very good lesson book for Jazz Keyboard. Explains each concept clearly and concisely. I got mine without the CD, but having the CD would make it even more easy to learn.
Aedem
my son loves this book says it has helped him tremendously!
Gosar
My better half thinks he's never to old to learn. At 77, he's still pounding the keys and trying to sound like Duke Ellington. I guess these books help.
Rrinel
At first I was excited to get these books. Though filled with useful material, after using them for over a year I feel there are two main negatives. One is that the songs are played way too fast on the CD. This makes it very hard to follow. There's no reason why Noah couldn't have done two tracks like other authors do. One slow, and, one fast. How can a beginner follow along at such speeds?
The other negative is that the songs really aren't that soulful or bluesy in a jazz sense. A much better series is:
Jazz Piano from Scratch: A How-To Guide for Students and Teachers Paperback - February 1, 2003
by Charles Beale. Plus the other 5 books in the series. It's from a London Jazz Academy.

This series has 6 books. The "Jazz Piano From Scratch" is really the textbook. Start with this. The other 5 books have the tunes. "From Scratch" has all the basic theory and harmony etc. It's very hip. They teach/treat you like a jazz musician. There's a section on rhythm and just clapping along with famous tunes. It's very thorough and comes with a CD.

Then you need to get the other 5 books, that each contain 15 jazz tunes. 5 straight ahead jazz songs, 5 ballads, and 5 modern jazz tunes in each book. At the end you'll learn 75 jazz tunes.

Most are by famous cats like Miles and Mingus, etc. And they are played at an easy to follow tempo. Also, each piece has an open section for solos with suggested scales. At the end of each book there are scales and some theory, etc.
Very easy, step by step jazz piano method. By far the best I've come across for beginner to intermediate players.
To start I recommend the "Jazz Piano From Scratch" book with Jazz Piano Level #1. This way you can learn theory and 15 tunes at the same time. The musicians on the CDs are really good and loose. You can learn from this series!
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