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TRISTANO PIANO METHOD

Posted: Sat Aug 21, 2004 4:15 pm
by MIKE
HELP! I'M AN OLD SALSA PIANO PLAYER LOOKING TO FIND THE FOLLOWING:

TRISTANO PIANO METHOD BOOKS
A TEACHER IN THE LONG ISLAND, N.Y. AREA

ALTHOUGH SOPHISTICATEDLY MATURE(JOKE) AND ARTHRITIC, I BELIEVE HIS EXERCISES CAN HELP ME. I WAS FORTUNATE TO FIND A COPY OF HOW HE PRACTICED SOME SCALES AND THERE HAS BEEN AN IMPROVEMENT.

I WOULD APPRECIATE WHATEVER HELP I CAN GET.

Posted: Fri Nov 05, 2004 8:22 pm
by PerLundin
Hello,

Well, I think you can easily find OTHER exercises for the piano in almost whatever musicstore. Have you tried the Hanon book? It's a good book filled with lots of exercises, all in a methodical manner.

Greetings

Lenny Tristano Methods

Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2005 11:00 pm
by pughimag
There is a book that is a complete method for teaching that has been written by Ed Paolantonio, a pupil of Lenny Tristano. It's entitled "My Years with Lenny Tristano". It can be found here: http://home.att.net/~pughimag/ed/order_from_ed.htm

Re: TRISTANO PIANO METHOD

Posted: Mon Dec 26, 2005 1:58 pm
by Disciple2
MIKE wrote:HELP! I'M AN OLD SALSA PIANO PLAYER LOOKING TO FIND THE FOLLOWING:

TRISTANO PIANO METHOD BOOKS
A TEACHER IN THE LONG ISLAND, N.Y. AREA

ALTHOUGH SOPHISTICATEDLY MATURE(JOKE) AND ARTHRITIC, I BELIEVE HIS EXERCISES CAN HELP ME. I WAS FORTUNATE TO FIND A COPY OF HOW HE PRACTICED SOME SCALES AND THERE HAS BEEN AN IMPROVEMENT.

I WOULD APPRECIATE WHATEVER HELP I CAN GET.


Mike, If you're still around, and still looking for a jazz improvisation teacher that's very familiar with Lennie's methods (being a long time student of his, and having transcribed hundreds of his recordings), here I am. You can always contact me at:

Virtuosic1@aol.com

Oddly enough, and most people don't realize this, but Franz Liszt utilized systems of one to five finger scales in his teaching over 170 years ago!

Re: TRISTANO PIANO METHOD

Posted: Wed Nov 05, 2014 3:33 am
by BulaMusliyevich
The truly outstanding system for knowledge how to play real jazz using a large "vocabulary" of chords, melodies, rhythms and scales will inspire budding jazz pianists. Entitled "My Years with Lenny Tristano", A method for teaching - Piano Improvisation, this book offers a prepared, regimented approach that guarantees success if followed authentically. Only three major requirements are desirable to complete this method and become a great improviser - first, the craving and self discipline to do all the work in the order that it is obtainable in the book; second, spend an equal amount of time on all four categories; third, to have faith, patience and understanding that progress will be slow, but steady.

Re: TRISTANO PIANO METHOD

Posted: Thu Apr 23, 2015 10:54 pm
by shapatan
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Posted: Thu Mar 24, 2016 4:30 am
by Charlessroyal
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Re: TRISTANO PIANO METHOD

Posted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 4:02 am
by Lenna
Have you tried the Hanon book?
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