Blues, Preludes & Feuds was just added to the CMJ (College radio) rotation and debuted at #2 on the Top Jazz Adds Charts! A really nice way to kick of the radio campaign, I’d say. More to come…
Improvisations on the Ledge
Improvisations on The Ledge
In "Improvisations on the Ledge," award-winning composer-pianist Peter Saltzman searches for universal truths by stumbling upon them—both with words and music. The basic premise is simple: he improvises on the piano, then talks about what the music tells him. Then makes music about what the talking tells him. Then...well, it goes on like this. Droll, funny, dramatic, musical, short.
Remember the Theme
Using jazz educator David Bloom’s metaphor, musicians need to look in the rearview mirror and remember the theme if they wish to move forward. But when you look back, you are not just remembering what you played at the beginning of an improvisation—you’re remembering all of that music that got you to the point of even being able to look back in the first place.
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