Michael Chiu1개월 전
Good video but classical can be far more crazy and complex in terms of chord progression as well. Not sure if you ever played Liszt before. And most of the great Classical Pianist do improvise, for example Cziffra. In the Mozart time, composers will actually left a few bar empty and let the performer to improvise.
Walk That Bass
Walk That Bass1개월 전
Yeah, you're right. Classical can be very complex. Schoenberg is complex and arguably more complex than most Jazz music. I was really referring to the Common Practice Period here - the type of pieces you learn through your standard classical music program. But yes,
Early Jazz and early classical is relatively simple. Later jazz and later classical is very complex.
Stephanus Maximilian7개월 전
Try some Scriabin or Kapustin ;) then you'll see how "complex" can classical music be, and it generally helps a lot for some of the jazz pianists I know.
Walk That Bass
Walk That Bass7개월 전
Yeah, and Schoenberg is complex as well, in fact, more complex than most Jazz music. I was really referring to the Common Practice Period here - the type of pieces you learn through your standard classical music program. I suspect that people who know how to play Schoenberg and Webern probably don't need to watch my YouTube videos :)
of course classical music is much more complex than jazz...jazz copied classical musuc...
note: note: he said later classical music and later jazz is very complex but later jazz is only complex because it copied that later classical music such as chords, scales, harmony from classical music, not to mention copying classical instruments. however these liar american scholars always, sneakly only emphasizing difference from classical music and say influence is minimal from classical music.