Various Artists - Modern Jazz Piano (RCA Camden CAL-384). Lennie Tristano, piano. NYC, September 23, 1947. I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance. Lennie Tristano 1946-1947 (Classics (F) 1184). Lee Konitz, alto sax; Warne Marsh, tenor sax; Lennie Tristano, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Joe Shulman, bass; Jeff Morton, drums. broadcast, "Voice Of America", "Carnegie Hall", NYC, December 24, 1949. Lennie Tristano Quintet Live At Birdland 1949 (Jazz Records JR 1). Warne Marsh, tenor sax; Lennie Tristano, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Arnold Fishkin, bass; Jeff Morton, drums. Birdland", NYC, 1949.
Many modern jazz pianists are heavily influenced by Horace Silver’s playing and compositions as well. Jazz Piano Players Galore. So, there you go. That wraps up our list of 12 modern jazz piano players to study and learn from. Have fun practicing and we look forward to sharing more with you soon. Sincerely, Mark 13 Jazz Piano Players A. Galang. If you want to learn some of the most awesome jazz piano licks and improvisations techniques and secrets of legendary jazz piano players, then check out the Jazz Improvisation Super System. This course features David Garfield
PLAY ALL. Jazz Piano Anthology - Modern Evolutions, Vol. 5. Released by LRC Lt. Groove Merchant Records Mar 2012 10 Tracks.
A new compilation called J-Jazz: Deep Modern Jazz From Japan 1969-1984 portrays that extended decade in a country where, in the wake of post-World War II American occupation, the jazz community grew enormously. There’s some debt to the piano textures of McCoy Tyner (pianist Tohru Aizawa’s Dead Letter and the Shintaro Quintet’s A Blind Man ), two differing but convincing numbers (bassist Eiji Nakayama’s Aya’s Samba and drummer Mitsuaki Katayama’s Unknown Point ) and, curiously, no fewer than four waltz or 6/8 grooves (like the delightfully lilting Kaze, from. drummer Takeo Moriyama). It is a bit of a misnomer to call it Deep Modern Jazz, since plenty of pedal-point structures, ostinato vamps, electric piano, and booming bass amplification date these recordings.
|A1||–Duke Ellington And Billy Strayhorn||Tonk|
|A2||–André Previn||Indiana (Back Home Again In Indiana)|
|A4||–Mary Lou Williams Girl Stars||Fifth Dimension|
|B2||–Beryl Booker||I Only Have Eyes For You|
|B3||–Erroll Garner||Erroll's Bounce|
|B4||–Lennie Tristano||I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You|
NotesTrack A1 recorded 10-1-46
Track A2 recorded 7-11-47
Track A3 recorded 20-1-47
Track B1 recorded 17-4-47
Track B2 recorded 8-10-46
Track B3 recorded 27-4-47
Track B4 recorded 9-9-47
|LPT 31||Various||Modern Jazz Piano (10", Comp)||RCA Victor||LPT 31||US||Unknown|
|LPT 31||Various||Modern Jazz Piano (10")||RCA Victor||LPT 31||Canada||Unknown|
|JDLP 1022, JDLP. 1022||Various||Modern Jazz Piano (10")||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||JDLP 1022, JDLP. 1022||South Africa||Unknown|
|EPBT 3031||Various||Modern Jazz Piano (2x7", Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||EPBT 3031||Unknown|
|FFLP 1036||Various||Modern Jazz Piano (10")||La Voix De Son Maître||FFLP 1036||France||1954|