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Book 3 focuses on practical advice and strategies for learning jazz pianists. Following on from books 1 and 2, Paul Abrahams guides you through more advanced topics such as bebop blues. He then demonstrates how to navigate chord charts and play jazz standards like a pro. This book also contains a recommended listening list and advice on building a jazz repertoire.

Topics: How-To Guides, Illustrated, Prescriptive, Jazz, and Blues Music

Published: Paul Abrahams on
ISBN: 9781311829450
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