Glenn Zaleski (Voice Leading Concepts for Piano)

Glenn Zaleski (Voice Leading Concepts for Piano)

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Artist: Glenn Zaleski
Length: 50:55
Description: In this full-length piano masterclass, acclaimed pianist Glenn Zaleski breaks down his voice leading system. Glenn discusses and demonstrates how to create a foundation with solid harmonic movement so that all of your embellishments and reharmonizations have musical flow and direction. If you want to expand your creative possibilities on the instrument, this jazz piano lesson is for you. NOTE: There is a PDF included with the "purchase" version of this lesson (not the $9.99 "rental" version) which contains the embedded notation seen in the video.

Topics Covered: Jazz Piano, Voice Leading, Harmonic Movement, Inversions, Root Motion, Shells, Harmonizing the Melody, Voices, Diatonic, Arpeggiation, Extensions, Alterations, Embellishments, Reharmonization, Etc.

Glenn Zaleski

Glenn Zaleski is one of the most in-demand pianists on the New York City jazz scene. Originally from Boylston, MA, Glenn has made a name for himself playing with the likes of Ravi Coltrane, Lage Lund, and Ari Hoenig. His most recent album, “Solo Vol. 1”, was released in early 2018 – his first solo piano album, as well as the first release from his own label Stark Terrace Music. In 2017 he released his second album for Sunnyside Records, “Fellowship”, prompting All About Jazz to note, “Glenn Zaleski has quickly become one of the most important pianists of his generation and it’s easy to see why.” His debut album, “My Ideal”, was released in March of 2015, also on Sunnyside, and received critical acclaim: Downbeat Magazine named it “sublime”, Jazz Times called it, “an engaging set by a talent worth watching,” and the New York Times named the record a “strong statement,” praising its “fluent but unhurried sense of phrase”.

Glenn has also released two popular albums with the collective Stranahan/Zaleski/Rosato: “Limitless” (Capri, 2013), and “Anticipation” (Capri, 2011), as well as a duo record with his brother, saxophonist Mark Zaleski. (“Duet Suite”, 2010)

In 2011, Glenn was a semi-finalist in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition, as well as a finalist for the 2011 APA Cole Porter Fellowship in Jazz. He attended the Brubeck Institute Fellowship program in Stockton, CA from 2005-2007, and then finished his undergraduate studies at The New School in 2009. From 2009-2011, while working towards his graduate degree at NYU, Glenn was also on NYU faculty, teaching a variety of classes and private students.