Keyboard Magazine - November 2016 - Norah Jones
The November 2016 issue features Norah Jones
Nine Grammy Awards, 45 million records sold-Norah Jones is one of the most lauded singer/songwriters working today. For her latest album, Day Breaks, Jones returns to her roots at the piano, and walks a delicate line between writer and interpreter, exploring both vintage and modern sounds.
Prog/Rock: Blind from early childhood, multi-instrumentalist Rachel Flowers invites us to tour her workspace, talks about playing in the Official Keith Emerson Tribute Concert, and reveals the upcoming documentary about her work.
Rock: Peter Levin got his big break playing with the Blind Boys of Alabama. Now he's playing on tour with Gregg Allman, in the studio with Aarron Neville, and more.
Jazz:Five ways to play like the late Swedish jazz phenom, Esbjörn Svensson.
Latin: Doug Emery gives you an intro to montuno.
Technique: Strengthen your left hand with these power exercises from southpaw Matt Beck.
The Art of Synth Soloing - Get a taste of Mark Gray's NYC Fusion.
Sound Design - Understanding and exploring additive synthesis.
Digital Organ - Crumar Mojo 61
Virtual Instrument - Tone 2 Icarus
App - Wolfgang Palm PPG Phonem
Sample Library - Spitfire Audio Union Chapel Organ
5 Things that Michael G. Stewart M.D. wants vocalist/keyboardists to know about taking care of their voice.
Online Now! Tr our Weekend Chops Builders: classic techniques, lesson and warm-up from past issues of Keyboard.
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