Improvisation in Concept and Practice is a book for any keyboard player wishing to develop the skills necessary for successful creative performance. With hundreds of notated examples and explanations of keys, relationships, chord structure and melody writing, it is a thorough introduction to the world of improvisation.
“...I can say without hesitation that I have not come across anything near as good or as comprehensive... The clear and engaging style, the thoughtful organisation of material and the exemplary musicianship on display should make it a ‘must-have’ for student and teacher alike.”
Dr Peter Tregear, Lecturer in Music, University of Cambridge, UK.