"THE PIANO JAZZ BOOK" deals with fundamental techniques and advanced art of play, from Art Tatum to Mulgrew Miller.
The structure of this volume is unusual: instead of bringing all the voicings into one chapter and the theory into another, the themes alternate in the course of the book.
Mark Levine always explains musical theory using transcriptions and pieces that jazz musicians often interpret. The choice ranges from standards like "Just Friends" to "Infant Eyes", Wayne Shorter's magnificent ballad.
"THE PIANO JAZZ BOOK" is primarily addressed to pianists but thanks to the visual advantages offered by the piano, other instrumentalists and singers also have easy access to jazz harmonies. A book that inspires you to work and explore your piano.