These exercises for the contemporary pianist are musically enjoyable as well as technically demanding, and are written in all keys, rather than just in C. Most of them are figures which may be incorporated into solos that jazz players can play while improvising. These exercises supplement the traditional Hanon and Czerny exercises by moving into a more modern and progressive group of studies which are not found in the older exercises, and focusing less on scale patterns.
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