Posts Tagged 'jazz'

10 Outstanding Resources for Jazz Musicians

By Zachariah Friesen

Teachers, students, professionals and dreamers, welcome to the jazz reference mecca. This is comprised of some of the great literary resources, DVDs and method books for the aspiring jazz musician. Learn the keys of success from people who have success in the profession. With these must-have resources, you’ll be jamming, gigging and living the jazz life in no time.

1. How To Listen To Jazz by Jerry Coker - To play jazz you must learn how to hear jazz. The great Jerry Coker beautifully explains how to train your ear and what to listen for in jazz music.

How To Listen To Jazz by Jerry Coker

How To Listen To Jazz by Jerry Coker

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Holiday Gift Ideas

By Brendan Lai-Tong

Hi Sheet Music Plus Fans! We hope that your  2012 been full of great lessons, performances and musical accomplishments.  Now that the holiday season is finally upon us, this is the perfect time to start looking for music gifts for your students, friends, teachers and colleagues. Check out these great gift ideas below:

Gift ideas for classical musicians:

Did you know that Sheet Music Plus sells CDs? We have 8,000+ recordings under the Naxos label including  greats like Bach, Mozart, Debussy and more. Listening to recordings of great performances is an important part of growing as a musician, so why not add a few to your holiday shopping list!

Bach CDs

Bach CDs

Mozart CDs

Mozart CDs

Debussy CDs

Debussy CDs

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