Jazz Theory on the Internet
Learn the fundamentals of Jazz Piano, or explore the endless depths of Jazz Theory through applying practical exercises for improving your own playing. Pages on Modes of the Major scale, Understanding the Tonnetz Mode Mesh, All About Suspended Chords, Chord Voicings: Minor 7th Chords, Chord Voicings: Major 7th Chords, Chord Voicings: Dominant 7th Chords, Foundations of the Modes of the Major Scale, and How to Use the Overtone Series.
- New York Jazz Workshop: Jazz Theory articles on "Talking with Pat Metheny," "Miles Davis 50 Years Ago: My Funny Valentine," "What are the elements of Jazz?," "What makes Jazz different from other music?," and "Back to Jazz School".
- MusicTheory.net Free lessons covers the basics, rhythm and meter, scales and key signatures, intervals, chords, diatonic chords, chord progressions, and neopolitan chords.
- Jazz Theory and Practice: For Performers, Arrangers and Composers, Jeffrey Hellmer and Richard Lawn, (Alfred Publishing Co., 1996).
- Review of Mark Levine's The Jazz Theory Book critiqued by Robert Rawlings, Music Theory Online, A Journal of the Society for Music Theory, Volume 6, Number 1, January, 2000.