Ergo - guitar is harder, for jazz. What style is harder to play well, classical or jazz? The knowledge of theory such as inversions, substitutions, having to know a million chords, scales, modes, etc...just seems overwhelming, not to mention the technique required to pull it off. If reading music comes naturally to you, then jazz is easier. The exaggerated vibrato is tricky, but not as tricky as the inability to throw notes away, which is a key element of pop and jazz – singing through all the notes kills the swing. I can't understand how jazz is the slightest bit complicated, metal is way more complicated than jazz no matter how I think of it. When I think jazz, I'm thinking of guys like Joe Pass, Scotty Anderson, etc.. But it is impossible to answer which one is harder. But I've also seen some very impressive classical guitar. In classical music, emphasis is placed on the emotion and interpretation performers put into a written piece of music. He may think jazz is better than classical, and okay, that's his opinion. Some people may be more easily able to learn one style over another style. 0 0. What is the difference between jazz and classical music? Piano Classical sounds harder than piano Jazz? Guitar is easier for other stuff. This is probably because of the prominence of the drum set in jazz, which is extremely loud compared to any chamber instrument (and has gotten considerably louder with the advent of rock music) and tends to play at a fairly consistent volume. Hang out at a high end stereo shop (not talking mass market crap... high end... $3,000+ speakers) and you'll find a large chunk of them listen to jazz and classical and relatively few play. never heard of any of those. As both a classical and jazz pianist, I have often pondered whether, in fact, the prescribed nature of many classical pieces restricts the musical outcome; and that with jazz, in terms of a jazz standard tune, for example, the options are so wide the outcome will necessarily be more imaginative. Musically, I say the edge goes to jazz. Classical requires the ability to sight read, while jazz requires the ability to creatively process musical ideas, to understand, instead of simply translating from page. Just because they're not inventing a solo doesn't mean that they're not creative. Display as a link instead, × ..but then, there's also those who studied classical but somehow got no rhymic feel/ear/compositional knowledge along the way and so find it very difficult to fit into jazz/modern music where there may be a demand to play with only a lead sheet, or without a score at all. Answer. The classical tenor player may find the most success with a Selmer S80 C**, a Selmer S90 180, or a Vandoren Optimum TL3. Xenakiboy, Antiquarian liked this post Jul-22-2016, 05:59 #5. Jazz vs Classical Music Upon entering a modern record store, one is confronted with a wide variety of choices in recorded music. So, lets say, it was reletively easy for you..... O.K. read more, Jazz is rhythmic music and develops rhythmic devices a lot more than classical. 4 Answers. Physically or artistically? I started classical piano when I was 6 and got to grade 7. That's the home turf. Students instructed in the classical style typically focus on learning to read individual notes on sheet music. So in reply I drew a portrait of one of them, which they pretended not to like (probably because it looked like the subject). Eddie Daniels is both a jazz and classical musician. © 1995-2019 Harmony Central, Inc. All rights reserved. Switching from major to minor scales through an ascending or descending arpeggio. Jazz players will look down their nose at you and not even deign to pretend that you could (or should) even consider that you have the right to understand how difficult it is to play 'jazz'.
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