Call Me Lennie with Dave Frank

An analysis of Lennie Tristano’s Piano Style by one of his former students, Dave Frank.

The Dave Frank School of Jazz offers lessons via Skype and in person. Dave also produces Master Classes which are available on his YouTube channel, http://www.davefrankjazz.com

Dave Frank is one of the busiest solo jazz pianists and music educators on the scene today.

He is the author of the best-selling Hal Leonard book and video series, Joy of Improv and Breakthrough to Improv, was an Associate Professor of piano at Berklee College of Music in Boston from 1987-2004, and was a co-founder of the New York School of Jazz (1983-86).

In 2004 Dave moved to New York City to direct the Dave Frank School of Jazz in midtown Manhattan. The DFSOJ offers private instruction for aspiring musicians at all levels, as well as frequent concerts/workshops for the general public.

Since 1994, Dave has been traveling worldwide, presenting solo concerts and master classes. He has been a featured performer and clinician at major jazz festivals.

Dave has four critically acclaimed solo piano CD’s released on the Jazzheads label: Portrait of New York, Turning it Loose!, Ballads and Burners, and Power of the Piano. All are available for purchase or download at http://www.jazzheads.com.

Dave’s teachers include the legendary Lennie Tristano, Charlie Banacos and John Larosa.

This Master Class
Was Recorded in 2011

Ending Music is
Five Solos for Lennie Tristano’s100th Birthday

Dave Frank
piano

Rick McLaughlin.
bass

Bob Tamagni
drums

http://davefrankjazz.com

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