Hi @SoloPiano , as I mentioned many times, listening to music is the best (and most fun!) way to learn.
Here’s a list of some of my favorite solo piano recordings, hope you enjoy! There are dozens more, but this list is a good place to start
Tribute To Duke Ellington
Handful Of Keys
Solo Sessions Vol. 1
Solo Sessions Vol. 2
Melody At Night, With You
The Köln Concert
Alone In San Francisco
i have collected all Tuomo choice in a playlist
I’ve been listening lately to Fred Hersch and just came across his Maybeck recital, #31 in the series, from 25 years ago. Fantastic!
Can we put some solo blues piano in here?
Hi @TimD - yes totally and we can always split out posts into a new thread in future to keep things more organised.
Here’s a solo piano album by Gene Harris which has a few nice bluesy numbers:
@TimD & @Hayden & community,
Great idea to add a new thread for blues pianists! In the meanwhile, here’s one of my favorite New Orleans Blues albums, by the great Professor Longhair:
Here’s O Piano de Antonio Adolfo (@ 2014 Deckdisc). Adolfo (b. 1947) is a Brazilian pianist whose solo offering may be Latin-based, but it’s firmly based in what we study here at PianoGroove.
Here are a couple of tunes for someone to see if they’re interested.
The first is the standard “All the Things You Are.” The second is one of my favorite Jobim tunes, “Radamés y Pele.” (See if you hear the sounds of the second line from the lyrics of “Beautiful Love” somewhere in there.) Enjoy!
Thanks @scott1 , I’ll check it out!