Jazz Blues Boogie and Swing for PianoJazz Blues Boogie and Swing for Piano



Featuring the original arrangements of: "Fats" Waller, Art Tatum, Duke Ellington, James P. Johnson, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, Count Basie, Clarence Williams, Jay McShann, Billy Kyle, and Zez Confrey.

Author: Ronny S. Schiff

Publisher: Warner Bros Publications

ISBN: 0757978118

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Featuring the original arrangements of: "Fats" Waller, Art Tatum, Duke Ellington, James P. Johnson, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, Count Basie, Clarence Williams, Jay McShann, Billy Kyle, and Zez Confrey. Complete with notes on the different styles.

30 Second Jazz30 Second Jazz



3-SECOND RIFF Boogie woogie began as blues piano in hyperdrive, but in the
1940s its beat infiltrated every area of ... Swing-era bands rocked auditoriums
with tunes like Tommy Dorsey's 'Boogie Woogie' (1938), and in the 1940s and ...

Author: Dave Gelly

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781782407539

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Page: 160

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For its initiates, jazz is instinctive and engaging--the way that popular music should be. For non-aficionados, it can be slippery and difficult to grasp: without familiar forms or a hard-and-fast format, and largely ruled by improvisation, jazz leaves the novice baffled, not sure how to listen, and asking "how is it that they know what to play?" 30-Second Jazz explains, in easy, short riffs that keep you engaged, taking readers from the African-American roots of jazz all the way to today's global mix of musicians and styles. Along the way, it looks at the shape, style, and instruments of jazz, at key personalities and recordings in the jazz canon--and at what might be expected next from this most diverse of musical forms.

Jazz PianoJazz Piano



Covering a span of time and styles ranging from jazz beginnings to some of the most recent developments, this book collects and analyzes many of the most frequently used jazz, blues, and Latin jazz left-hand piano techniques.

Author: Riccardo Scivales

Publisher: Ekay Music

ISBN: 1929009658

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Page: 257

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Covering a span of time and styles ranging from jazz beginnings to some of the most recent developments, this book collects and analyzes many of the most frequently used jazz, blues, and Latin jazz left-hand piano techniques. Generally, each proposed technique is first introduced by a "model" figure derived from original sources, followed by an explanation of its pattern, and finally by some sample applications using well-known songs, harmonic progressions, or original pieces. For the sake of completeness, most of these left-hand applications are integrated with sample right-hand parts that validate the efficacy and concrete application of the left hand figures. Numerous styles of jazz piano are taught, including: stride piano, Latin stylings, blues, boogie, swing, walking bass, jazz waltz, rootless voicings and many other concepts. Characteristics of jazz legends including Erroll Garner, Jelly Roll Morton, Earl Hines, George Gershwin, Fats Waller, Eubie Blake and many others are explored. As with all books in this series, it includes a unique lay-flat binding to help keep the music open on the music stand.

A Blues BibliographyA Blues Bibliography



Author: Robert Ford

Publisher: Bromley, England : Paul Pelletier

ISBN: STANFORD:36105025086633

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Page: 800

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A Blues Bibliography, Second Edition is a revised and enlarged version of the definitive blues bibliography first published in 1999. Material previously omitted from the first edition has now been included, and the bibliography has been expanded to include works published since then. In addition to biographical references, this work includes entries on the history and background of the blues, instruments, record labels, reference sources, regional variations and lyric transcriptions and musical analysis. The Blues Bibliography is an invaluable guide to the enthusiastic market among libraries specializing in music and African-American culture and among individual blues scholars.

20 ragtime jazz classics for piano20 ragtime jazz classics for piano



19.95 JAZZ , BLUES , BOOGIE & SWING FOR PIANO A collection of the original
sheet music for 48 songs from that classic music era , featuring the arrangements
of “ Fats Waller , Art Tatum , Duke Ellington , James P. Johnson , Albert Ammons
 ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556020508081

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Page: 79

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BOHEMIA THE CASCADES CHAMPAGNE RAG CHROMATIC RAG CONTENTMENT RAG THE EASY WINNERS THE ENTERTAINER EVERGREEN RAG EXCELSIOR RAG FROG LEGS RAG HELIOTROPE BOUQUET HONEY MOON RAG HOT HOUSE RAG MAPLE LEAF RAG PROSPERITY RAG QUALITY RAG RAG TIME DANCE RAGTIME NIGHTINGALE REINDEER RAG SENSATION

The Piano QuarterlyThe Piano Quarterly



Example 8 · Flve 12 bar blues progressions . ... One avenue was the " down
home " ( i . e . basic ) style which progressed through the style areas of rhythm n '
blues , rock ' n ' roll and on to the current ... Jazz , Blues , Boogie & Swing for
Piano .

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ISBN: UVA:X002083033

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Coda MagazineCoda Magazine



and " Big Band Jazz ' ' , both actually contain two Ips worth of music apiece while
most of the other tapes are in the 40-45 minute range . ... The up - tempo
selections fare better , particularly Just Friends and No More Blues , but " Again !
... a top - notch quartet that includes Odeon Pope on tenor and flute , pianist
Richard Wyands and drummer Joe Cusatis from a concert back in 1984. ... In
contrast , Art's Boogie swings hard and has some nice boogie - woogie from
Richard Wyands .

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ISBN: UOM:39015012782374

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CodaCoda



An outstanding musician - now deceased - who had fantastic ideas and who
could really swing out! ... He said word for word: "I got labelled as a blues and
boogie piano player for almost 30 years and I like to play this kind of ... Hyde Park
- on which he's FLYING - seems to indicate that he himself would probably play
jazz ...

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ISBN: UCSC:32106007380246

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Art Tatum a Guide to His Recorded MusicArt Tatum a Guide to His Recorded Music



Author: Arnold Laubich

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: UOM:39015018098882

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Page: 330

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Art Tatum is generally acknowledged to be the greatest jazz pianist of all time. This is both a catalog and a source book to his recorded music. Included in this meticulously constructed computer-aided discography are the details of 629 issued performances on 224 different record labels originating in 19 countries, as well as 238 unissued performances, with an easy-to-use chronological discography, an unissued sessions list, a compilation of issued discs, cross-referenced with the chronological discography, an alphabetical index of titles, a musician index, and an 'Imitatums' section, which lists efforts by other musicians to play in Tatum's style.

Teaching PianoTeaching Piano



Although purists may disagree , Dixieland , ragtime , blues , boogie , swing ,
bebop , and rock can all be considered jazz styles , as far as the piano student is
concerned . All these popular genres emerged on the American musical scene
one ...

Author: Denes Agay

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106005406126

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Page: 687

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An authoritative and definitive handbook for teaching piano that contains charts, glossaries, and bibliographies with a carefully compiled index of subject matter for quick reference.

Black American Literature ForumBlack American Literature Forum



Jazz , Blues , Boogie , and Swing for Piano . Milwaukee : MCA Music , n.d. Bud
Powell Safane , Clifford J. Jazz Masters : Bud Powell , #AM 23219. New York :
Consolidated Music / New York : Music Sales , 1978 . Gene Puerling The Sound
of ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105007097020

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Provides image and full-text online access to back issues. Consult the online table of contents for specific holdings.

The Art of Teaching PianoThe Art of Teaching Piano



Author: Denes Agay

Publisher: Schirmer Trade Books

ISBN: STANFORD:36105114147148

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Page: 519

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Foreword / Denes Agay -- 1. Essentials of Piano Performance. Elements of technique / Denes Agay -- Tempo / Denes Agay -- The metronome / Hazel Ghazarian Skaggs -- Rhythm / Denes Agay -- Teaching rhythm / Hazel Ghazarian Skaggs -- Dynamics / Denes Agay -- The riddle of the phrase / Denes Agay -- Phrasing and articulation / Denes Agay -- Fingering / Walter Robert -- Pedaling technique / Joseph Banowetz -- Ornamentation: theory and practice / Denes Agay -- 2. Theory and basic keyboard skills. Theory: the elementary aspects: an overview and selected list of texts / Hazel Ghazarian Skaggs -- Theory: the basis of musicianship / Rosetta Goodkind -- Scales, modes, and related terms: a glossary / Denes Agay -- Glossary of musical forms and dance types / Denes Agay -- The fundamentals of music notation / Denes Agay -- Sight reading: the basics, step by step / Denes Agay -- Memorization and performing from memory / Denes Agay -- Improvisation / Sylvia Rabinoff -- 3 . Approaches to Specific Teaching Tasks. The very young beginner / Hazel Ghazarian Skaggs -- The adult beginner / Hadassah Sahr -- Group piano teaching / Hazel Ghazarian Skaggs -- The piano teacher and the handicapped student / Anita Louise Steele -- Recitals / Hazel Ghazarian Skaggs. 4. Survey of styles and idoms. Styles in composition and performance / Denes Agay -- The search for authenticity (the lost art of thoroughbass playing) / Denes Agay -- Baroque keyboard instruments / Denes Agay -- Twentieth-century music: an analysis and appreciation / Judith Lang Zaimont -- What is jazz? / Stuart Isacoff -- Jazz and the piano teacher / Denes Agay -- The piano teacher and popular music / Denes Agay -- Arrangements: to teach or not to teach them / Denes Agay -- Chart of frequently-used chords / Denes Agay -- 5. Aspects of pedagogy. The training of the piano teacher / Hazel Ghazarian Skaggs -- Four-way piano teaching: criticism, demonstration, analysis, inspiration / Walter Robert -- What are the elements of a good piano lesson? / May L. Etts -- Rote playing and rote teaching / Denes Agay -- The tape recorder: an indispensible teaching aid / Ylda Novick -- The teacher-student relationship: some common-sense suggestions / Hazel Ghazarian Skaggs -- Parental involvement / Denes Agay -- Appx. 1: The master teachers and their pupils / Denes Agay -- Appx. 2: The keyboard composers : a selected chronological list / Denes Agay.

Stride and Swing PianoStride and Swing Piano



Focusing on styles such as classic ragtime, early blues & boogie woogie, New Orleans jazz, stride and swing, this new book with online audio in the Hal Leonard Keyboard Style Series teaches left- and right-hand techniques including chords, ...

Author: John Valerio

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN: PSU:000056772203

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Page: 96

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(Keyboard Instruction). Focusing on styles such as classic ragtime, early blues & boogie woogie, New Orleans jazz, stride and swing, this new book with online audio in the Hal Leonard Keyboard Style Series teaches left- and right-hand techniques including chords, bass runs, patterns and more. Key players of these styles Scott Joplin, Jimmy Yancey, Pete Johnson, Jelly Roll Morton, James P. Johnson, Fats Waller, Teddy Wilson and Art Tatum are prominently referenced. Includes 14 full songs to play and over 80 demo tracks! The audio is accessed online using the unique code inside each book and can be streamed or downloaded. The audio files include PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right.