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That's Jazz - Book Two: Digging Deeper

By Bradley Sowash

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Piano - Book B,2
Composed by Bradley Sowash. Jazz method. That's Jazz. Jazz. Method book. 48 pages. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (KJ.JP26).

Item Number: KJ.JP26
ISBN 849797268. Jazz.

THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU IF: - You want to get into jazz for the first time.- You want to play music by ear. - You want to learn how to improvise.- You just want to have fun playing jazz tunes!- You want to learn skills that will help you become a jazz pianist. Until now, jazz literature has primarily been accessible only to advanced players, leaving emerging pianists with a gap in their education. That's Jazz fills this gap with a collection of compelling and accessible tunes, covering the main jazz styles of swing, Latin, and rock. Each book is organized in a clear and consistent format including several unique components: - Warm Up pages focus on key concepts and technical aspects of each tune.- Going Further pages build improvisation skills and encourage creative exploration.- Optional duet parts enhance practice and performance.- Included CD features performances of all tunes, demonstrating their stylistic nuances.

About That's Jazz

That's Jazz is the perfect avenue for motivating elementary & intermediate level students, while opening them up to the vital musical tradition and artistic expression of jazz. Whether teachers have limited jazz training or none at all, they can still feel confident leading students through their first experiences with jazz!

Each book is organized in a clear and consistent format including several unique components:
Warm Up pages focus on key concepts and technical aspects of each tune. Going Further pages build improvisation skills and encourage creative exploration. Optional duet parts enhance practice and performance. Included CD features performances of all tunes, demonstrating their stylistic nuances.

Until now, jazz literature has primarily been accessible only to advanced players, leaving emerging pianists with a gap in their education. That's Jazz fills this gap with a collection of compelling and accessible tunes, covering the main jazz styles of swing, Latin, and rock.

  • Take It for Granite 
  • History of Flight 
  • Flint and Steel 
  • Get Up, Get Ready 
  • Primal Beat 
  • Math Whiz 
  • Repeat After Me 
  • Farmer's Market