Acclaimed Teacher, Author and
Earl Pennington is a former Instructor and Administrator at Berklee
College of Music, Tufts University and Bunker Hill Community College.
Co-Author with James Oestereich of the classic Prentice-Hall publication
"Improvising and Arranging on the Keyboard", he currently
has a private teaching practice at his studio near Porter Square, Cambridge
Massachusetts, where he teaches piano, voice and songwriting.
His students, ages 8 to 82 range from beginners to
In addition to his private teaching, Earl teaches the much acclaimed
Piano Improvisation Course at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education, spring
and fall semesters.
His two CDs, "The Best and Worst of Earl Pennington" and "Jazzy"
were produced by Steve Cloutier at Pie in the Sky Studios.
Earl Pennington may be contacted by phone at 617-666-2166 or by email
It's back! The classic Prentice-Hall piano improvisation book, "Improvising
and Arranging on the Keyboard", reproduced from the original text
and made available by the authors at a special price of $59.00.
This much acclaimed and authoritative piano text of 182 pages, with
hundreds of musical examples, shows you how to play songs and improvise
in a variety of styles, including folk, blues, and a number of prominent
jazz styles: stride, bebop, walking bass, etc.
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