NOTE:  Creative Process:  This ensemble creates an ethereal, floating awareness. Some techniques  –  Layers of sound,  drone tones, Using voice sa an instrument, Melodic Fragments, Bending of Notes, repeated bass notes set off a body vibration, increasing division of beat for repeated notes, gradual increase of melodic dialogue  –  Can you identify other creation devices and musical events?  Exercise your deep listening skills.

synoneiro·774 videos

Jez Creek – iPad, iPod Touch, Bugbrand Boardweevil, Korg Monotron
James Lynch – Korg MicroSampler, Kaossilator Pro
Ola Szmidt – vocals, Loopstation, effects
Jim Tetlow – laptop with keyboard, cajón
Chris Conway



Beneath The Mask Tour – 1991 Live

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Arrows Into Infinity

Charles Lloyd Quartet with John Abercrombie, Marc Johnson and Billy Hart

The Illumined One


“Charles Lloyd: Arrows into Infinity delves into the rise, fall, and rebirth of one of the world’s most revered jazz legends.

The film lovingly retraces the iconic jazz man’s humble beginnings, big-city triumphs, cross-over successes, and his ongoing spiritual journey through music, and features appearances by everyone from Robbie Robertson to Herbie Hancock to Ornette Coleman. “
Full film 113 minutes:
Released through ECM Records on DVD: http://bit.ly/1oqtKPk
and Blu-ray: http://bit.ly/V42EGy also available on amazon

Bill Hilton·120 videos

Jake Hertzog·51 videos

Hey Jazz Guy lectures on the concept of Harmonic Continuity, as seen in Guitar Player Magazine.

How to play one ‘sound’ on any chord, with the examples taken from melodic minor. A difficult concept, but HJG shows you how!


WhackJack999·2 videos


Guitar World ·1,552 videos

Musicians Institute and Guitar World bring you a new series of guitar lessons with some of the top guitar instructors around.

In this video, instructor Jeff Richmond gives a lesson on Soloing Through Changes: Melody and Key Centers.

matthewosburn·20 videos



Jazz Piano Exercises

November 12, 2013


Luca Sestak·36 videos

Me playing my own tune called “Walk with the Devil”… Inspired by the music of James Booker.
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Bill Hilton·117 videos

Remember to check out my book: http://bit.ly/billsbook .

This is an introductory piano tutorial for players who want to learn a bit about the cocktail piano style (sometimes called lounge or lounge bar piano).

This is quite a cool style to try, because it’s fun to play, and although it can sound very slick and impressive it’s not actually that difficult. As I say in the tutorial, the main thing is to know your chords well, and feel comfortable with all the different inversions under your fingers on the piano keyboard.

Once you know your chords – and we’re talking things like major and minor sevenths, as well as the basic triads – it’s quite easy to put together improvisations at the keyboard. Cocktail piano is typical very relaxed, so you can take your time and don’t have to worry about being tied to a very firm beat.

If you have any comments or questions on this, or on any of my other piano tutorial videos, don’t hesitate to ask!

jogo1209·217 videos

After some time gone I tried to improvise over a funk rhythm and the chords E7 and D7 in a modal scale. I found the backing track for this on YouTube. There are many more of them I can suggest.

pianoguytv·81 videos

http://www.pianonet.com/public-televi… http://www.scottthepianoguy.com/
Scott Houston is called “the Pied Piper of recreational music-making.” On his Emmy Award-winning public television series, The Piano Guy, Scott gives hope to millions of viewers who just want to sit at the piano and play their favorite tunes. Here Scott and his guest pianist, Bradley Sowash, discuss how to play the popular tune Autumn Leaves.
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silkroadproject·44 videos

Pipa virtuoso Wu Man moved from China to the U.S. in 1990. In this video, she discusses how she learned to play the pipa, a Chinese lute, and about joining the international Silk Road Ensemble. She explores her role as a musician navigating between cultures.

For more information, visit http://silkroadproject.org

To see Wu Man perform “Night Thoughts,” the piece featured in this video, watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_H0p9…