The LJS Podcast is the podcast where you get weekly jazz tips, interviews, stories and advice for becoming a better jazz musician! Hosting the show is the jazz musician behind learnjazzstandards.com, author, and entrepreneur Brent Vaartstra, who’s one goal is to answer any question about playing jazz music you may have. Jazz can be a challenging music to learn and play, but it doesn’t have to be so hard. Each episode features a specific musical challenge that jazz students may come across, where it is discussed and answered. Special jazz guests frequent the show, sharing their expertise on an array of different musical subject matter. Listeners are invited to call in with their jazz questions to the podcast hotline, where it could get answered on a future LJS Podcast episode. Join thousands of other listeners getting free jazz education every week!
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Okay, so this is the second time Im restarting recording this episode. I want to get this right. So I am taking a break from the Learn Jazz Standards podcast, and Im going to talk about whats gone into this decision, what this means for the future, w... more
"Music and the opportunity for music is all around us. And you can find inspiration in conversation or just the rhythm of something happening around you. And so I would just take these snippets, get home, and say, what can I do with this? more
Do you ever get that feeling when youre looking at your instrument sitting there in the corner and you just dont feel like picking it up? Its kind of a strange feeling because deep inside youre excited about music and jazz and you want to improve and... more
Great job, Brent! It was both interesting and eye opening to hear what everyone has to do. Obviously hardest is trumpet…..haha. Really enjoyed it, keep up the great work!
As a public school band director of 33 years, I know the difficulty of teaching jazz. Brent has practical solutions or pathways to and through the roadblocks of real jazz playing that many people experience. He has a low-key approach that is ironically very motivating! Check it out!
All of Brent’s podcasts are super and he’s such a generous soul for providing these to the community (even those who have a little trouble coughing up the cash for full LJS inner circle membership, though I’m sure that’s worth it’s weight in gold !). But even given all that, I couldn’t help commenting on what an absolute classic episode 332 is; for most of us geezers having access to something as useful as that would have been game changing but only accessible to those who had the rare opportuni... more
Great advice for aspiring jazz musicians.
Great podcast, great community. more
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Learn Jazz Standards Podcast launched 8 years ago and published 440 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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