The Real Book - Enhanced Chords Edition
Looking to add some color and variety to your next gig? Check out this new edition of The Real Book by David Hazeltine.
Looking to add some color and variety to your next gig? Check out this new edition of The Real Book featuring alternate harmonizations of 200 jazz standards by renowned jazz pianist David Hazeltine. The book includes an introduction by Hazeltine, outlining and explaining the techniques and notation used throughout the book. Songs include: All the Things You Are • Alone Together • Body and Soul • Days of Wine and Roses • Falling in Love with Love • Georgia on My Mind • Have You Met Miss Jones? • If I Should Lose You • In a Sentimental Mood • Just Friends • Moonlight in Vermont • My Funny Valentine • My One and Only Love • My Romance • The Nearness of You • On Green Dolphin Street • Satin Doll • The Shadow of Your Smile • Speak Low • Star Eyes • Stella by Starlight • Summertime • Tangerine • There Is No Greater Love • There Will Never Be Another You • The Very Thought of You • What a Wonderful World • When I Fall in Love • When Sunny Gets Blue • Yesterdays • and more!
Pianist and composer David Hazeltine brings his long-held dream to fruition with fellow jazz masters, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Al Foster, on "The Time Is Now," available October 26!
David has added the video Jazz Arranging Concepts to My Music Masterclass!
In the follow-up to his popular bebop piano lesson series, acclaimed pianist David Hazeltine expands on the quintessential elements of bebop.
Great article with David from Keyboard Magazine including news of an upcoming trio record with Ron Carter and Al Foster!
David Hazeltine shows you the quintessential elements of bebop in a two part piano lesson series at MyMusicMasterclass.com.
David is now also offering Skype lessons in piano and arranging! Contact David directly for more information.
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"David Hazeltine is for sure the brightest star on the jazz piano horizon. His style has a deep-seated commitment to jazz history while communicating a wealth of 'today' ideas." - Cedar Walton