Each piece appears twice. The second time the melody is omitted so that the player can notate and/or improvise a new melody line. Chord changes are included with each piece.
These seven ensembles for 2 to 5 pianists develop improvisation in a format that is always successful for the student.
This energizing ensemble for three pianos (can be done on two pianos) explores Latin rhythms and gives the student the opportunity to improvise in this style.
Three or four pianists can play this fun jazz/rock arrangement of I’ve Been Workin’ on the Railroad.
This is a good study of chord progression and melodic development. Score and parts are included.
These five ensembles for 3 to 4 pianists are exciting rhythmic challenges and especially effective with junior high and high school students who want to explore jazz styles in a group format.
This work in Latin Style is designed to facilitate improvisation.
A beautiful melody with lush chords in a Spanish ballad style.
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