Mini series wrap up. Practice and plan your 'dance' choreography well.
My biggest takeaway is efficient management of time and resources really. You really have to plan things well.
Two way exchange between the player and piano is what we are after
Send the energy in the right way
Also, never stop moving the sound (Alan)
Hand hip joint, curled thumb
of the weight technique
Alan talks more about how to become confident at the piano
Alan is helping Marvin find that weighted touch that still allows him to move
Eliminating negative stacking effect of weight on piano
Could arm weight be beneficial to jazz pianists if explained well?
Alan is explaining how to create open, singing sound
Great lesson on inner workings of the hand given to a jazz pianist. From Alan's institute in Novi Sad, 2018.
Maybe your hand structure is really good but if it doesn't move, your fingers are blocked
And that goes for everything you play
helps a great deal when playing chords
And as it drops the hipjoint rises
Inner hand action and the thumb differentiation
Is it a good or bad thing? Video quality is a bit low (technical difficulties while recording)
Structured vs relaxed hand and the sound we get (bone connections
Alan working with a vocalist on Burt Barcharch songs The look of love and promises, promises
Alan describes the idea of music skeleton
Last part in this mini series
Luis talks and improvises in dorian mode
In this part, Luis talks about improvising and melody making, sharp 11 lydian
Intro video to Luis's mini series on modes in jazz piano playing
Alan is working and exchanging ideas with a jazz pianist