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One of the most powerful ways to learn jazz piano is to transcribe and study the playing of your favorite jazz musicians.
It is for this reason that I have included a number of jazz piano transcriptions on this site …
Today’s post is going to be short but sweet. I’m truly humbled right now. I’d like to thank everybody who’s ordered the Jazz Masters Method DVD so far during this launch week.
The response has been simply been …
I hope you’ve had a GREAT week so far. I can’t believe another week has passed and the weekend is fast approaching!
(I’m excited though as I’m going on a 15 mile hike through some trails in Wisconsin. …
One of the best ways to really learn how to play jazz is to listen and study the playing of the masters.
So, in today’s free jazz lesson we’re going to do an in depth study of a Barry Harris …
For today’s free jazz lesson we’re going to take a look at a transcription of Red Garland’s famous solo on the jazz standard What is This Thing Called Love.
This is one of the first jazz solos I ever transcribed …
Have you heard that you should be transcribing solos but just aren’t sure where a good place to start is?
Are you having problems finding a jazz solo that is not only easy to play but has tons of great …
Here’s a Wes Montgomery solo I transcribed about a year ago on the jazz standard “Satin Doll”. (scroll down for the solo.)
There’s all kinds of great jazz licks in this one.
I could write a 10 page essay …
Would you like to be able longer jazz licks? Do you feel like your licks sometimes sound like run on sentences?
How do you play those beautiful and long flowing lines that a lot of the great jazz masters play?…