Pascal Wintz piano jazz - extract from Piano Jazz 1930 vol3 - download Pascal Wintz albums at http://www.concertdescimes.com/albums.htm - live in Meribel 2012 - © concertdescimes.com
3 г. назад
Pascal Wintz plays s'Wonderfull up tempo ! - a George Gershwin' song - live in Lausanne, Switzerland 2013 - download Pascal Wintz albums at http://www.concertdescimes.com/albums.htm
1 г. назад
SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Sub2PianoAround WATCH 5 OTHER VIDEOS WITH FRANS BAK: ✩ https://youtu.be/d13ToA_XQPA ✩ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3REseBZ3qo ✩ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQl01H-T9bE ✩ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rRcvHn5YEQ ✩ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWmWjDkorw0 Follow Frans Bak: https://www.youtube.com/ComposerFransBak This was completely Spontaneous! I was playing piano on the street when this man came up to me and ask to join me. Such a good time! ****I found out that this man is named Frans Bak and he is a film composer from Denmark. You can hear him here https://youtu.be/WPXxlQMwphw Live an Extraordinary Life! Website: http://PianoAroundtheWorld.com ✩ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PianoAround ✩ Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/pianoaround ✩ Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/dotan-negrin/ ✩ Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/PianoAround ✩ Snapchat - dotannegrin --------------------- Filmed with the help of Fallon Ashlee: Instagram - https://instagram.com/fallon.ashlee Twitter - https://twitter.com/fallonashlee Snapchat - MsFallonAshley Periscope - FallonAshlee
1 г. назад
How to play jazz piano. The use of the dominant bebop scale, and de jazz melodic minor with their half step rules and the use of broken chords to play jazz piano solos. For more information visit our blog at http://insidepiano.com
4 г. назад
Signed CDs for my latest album "Change Of Scene" now available, plus digital downloads for all my albums - http://dimble.by/shop/ I took a riff that I made up a while ago and jammed around it with a bit of good ol' 12 bar blues. Thanks to a very kind person, I'm using the Bluethner Studio Recording BA in Pianoteq STAGE to generate the piano sound and I'm playing a Casio Privia PX-150 as usual. Hope you like it! Free download: https://soundcloud.com/robert-dimbleby/jazz-piano-improvisation Free sheet music: http://dimble.by/shop/ Website: http://dimble.by Bandcamp: https://robertdimbleby.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robertdimble... Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/robert-dimbleby
5 г. назад
https://www.migumusic-academy.de/ Die faszinierende Online Musikschule You can download the sheets of this advanced Jazz Blues at our downloadshop! http://www.migu-music.com Watch a new Rock Piano Tutorial by Michael Gundlach https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yR9fcESWEIc Wer seine Jazz Piano Fähigkeiten erweitern möchte kann die Noten dieses Stücks im Downloadshop von MIGU MUSIC heruntergeladen. http://www.migu-music.com
5 мес. назад
Autumn Leaves Solo Piano and Trio Arrangement. Sheet Music Solo Piano Version): http://bit.ly/2oIZkjA Sheet Music (Trio Version): http://bit.ly/2pi2m1y Notes: Solo Piano arrangement Bar 12: The chord symbol shows the right chord, but I missed to add a "b" front of the A note. Bar 31-32: I play the last G note on the "4+" instead of 1. When I wrote the arrangement 1 sounded really good, when I recorded it 4+ sounded even better :) Therefore I wanted to keep both in the video. Trio Arrangement: Bar 18: It is originally a Am7b5 chords, but Bill Evans plays a beautiful A7 chord these, so I wanted to add this to the arrangement, but keep the Am7b5 as a chord symbol, so we learn that we can often change the quality of the chords. If you know me a little bit, you already realized that I don't necessary follow my arrangements :) I like to keep it fresh, so I play around with the rhythm here and there. There are two cases when I would be very strict on following the music sheet as it is written: 1. It is a classical piano piece 2. It is a lesson for beginners about how to read music However, if you are a classically trained pianist I can understand that you watch this lesson and you might start to think: "This is not exactly the same! So where is the mistake? Is it in the sheet music or in his playing? What part should I follow?" The answer is very simple: Take these differences as a possible variations on the arrangement, because in the end this is what you really want to do: to play around with the rhythm and voicings every time you play through the tune. In this way, slowly, but surely you will stop think about right and wrong, and see everything as a variation. Don't get me wrong. I feel you man :) I started out as a classical pianist, but I was always into jazz music. When I entered the jazz school, I often told to my jazz piano teacher that he can't play this or that, because it is theoretically not correct, even if it is jazz :D Took me two years to understand what he means when he says: "Relax" Good luck and thanks for watching! See you soon! Are you an absolute beginner? Try this: Complete Piano Improvisation course for beginners and intermediate students: www.soundofemotions.com
4 г. назад
Es gab mal wieder ein kleines Boogiefestival mit Stefan Ulbricht, Chris Conz, u.a., Veranstaltet wurde das Ganze von der Fa. Klavierbau Lintzen&Stöckmann in in der Schreinerei Schmitz in 53639 Königswinter-Rauschendorf, zur Stärkung gab es kleine Appetitshäppchen inkl. Bier vom Fass, Danke noch mal an die Veranstalter. Hier nun mal die Finalrunde wo alle drei mal einzeln und zusammen die Tasten bearbeiten, viel Spass.
10 г. назад
Learn piano songs quickly and easily with this app: https://tinyurl.com/pianista-flowkey I personally played these notes 10 years ago, but honestly I was never satisfied with this version, especially when suddenly about 3:11 up to 4:06. I starts to do just technical exercises :- ) just using mainly the scale of G minor, with some slight changes in voicing, but without respecting the musical line of the song.... although I was and I'm aware of the "mistakes" consciously. At the time I decided to upload this video in every case, because apart from the... if I can call this "wrong", there are also other things not "wrong" (kind of harmony) which could also please some pianists of a high music level. However, today this video has been seen by nearly a million people, of course this is a chance of luck. Anyway, I've learned that no one is perfect, we all make mistakes, I've seen great famous musicians making mistake, but this does not mean anything, the important thing is that when we are "wrong" we have and we need to be aware of the stump, just so we can start to be better. And I think that normally a well-prepared musician understands this without my explanation. :-) Video info: The piano is the Black Grand from Sampletekk Small keyboard from the Vanbasco free midi software Video split with windows movie maker , just add a free plugin (AddOnTFX) You find all by Google. You can also visit my other new channel: http://www.youtube.com/JustPianoforte There I just start to make some tutorials for Jazz musicians beginners, and more :-) More informations. Autumn Leaves" is a much-recorded popular song. Originally a 1945 French song "Les feuilles mortes" (literally "Dead Leaves") with music by Joseph Kosma and lyrics by poet Jacques Prévert, English lyrics were written in 1947 by the American songwriter Johnny Mercer. It has become a pop standard and a jazz standard in both languages, and as an instrumental. "Les feuilles mortes" was introduced by Yves Montand in 1946 for the film Les Portes de la Nuit. The film Autumn Leaves (1956) starring Joan Crawford featured the song, which was sung by Nat King Cole over the title sequence. The French songwriter Serge Gainsbourg wrote "La chanson de Prévert" as a tribute to this song. About the composer: Kosma was born József Kozma in Budapest, where his parents taught stenography and typing. He had a brother, Akos. A maternal relative was the photographer László Moholy-Nagy, and another relative was the conductor Georg Solti. He started to play the piano at age 5, and later took piano lessons. At the age of 11, he wrote his first opera, Christmas in the Trenches. After completing his education at the Gymnasium Franz-Josef, he attended the Academy of Music in Budapest, where he studied with Leo Weiner. He also studied with Béla Bartók at the Liszt Academy. He earned diplomas in composition and conducting. He won a grant to study in Berlin in 1928. There, he met Lilli Apel, another musician, whom he later married. Kosma also met and studied with Hanns Eisler in Berlin. He also became acquainted with Bertolt Brecht and Helene Weigel. Kosma and his wife emigrated to Paris in 1933. Eventually, he met Jacques Prévert, who introduced him to Jean Renoir. During World War II and the Occupation of France, Kosma was placed under house arrest in the Alpes-Maritimes region, and was banned from composition. However, Prévert managed to arrange for Kosma to contribute music for films, with other composers fronting for him. Among his credits are the scores to these classic French films: The Testament of Doctor Cordelier (telefilm, 1959), La Grande Illusion, Les Enfants du Paradis (1945), and The Rules of the Game (1939). He was also known for writing the standard classical-Jazz piece "Les feuilles mortes" "Autumn Leaves" (with French lyrics by Jacques Prévert, and later English lyrics by Johnny Mercer), which was derived from music in Marcel Carné's film Les Portes de la Nuit (1946). Kosma's mother and brother were killed by the Arrow Cross Nazi auxiliaries in 1944. Kosma himself was wounded in an explosion in August 1944 in France. Kosma's father survived the war, and died in 1957. Joseph Kosma died outside Paris in 1969 and was buried in the Montmartre Cemetery.
2 г. назад
Pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii bursts into tears when he plays at Carnegie Hall his own composition "Elegy for the Victims of the Tsunami of March 11, 2011 in Japan".