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Carl Schroeder (pianist)

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Carlton Schroeder is an American jazz pianist who was an accompanist to Sarah Vaughan in the 1970s. Schroeder taught at the Musician's Institute in Los Angeles, California from the 1980s until his retirement in 2015. Carlton Schroeder has also played with Art Blakey, Howard Roberts, Roy Haynes, Jimmy Cobb, Joe Henderson, Frank Sinatra and Mel Torme.[1]

Harmony & Theory Instruction Book[edit]

In 1988, Carl Schroeder co-authored with Keith Wyatt, another long-term instructor at Musicians Institute, an instruction book called "Harmony & Theory - A Comprehensive Source For All Musicians."[2]

Partial discography[edit]

  • itself Carlton Schroeder Trio (2010)
  • Bonita (with Joe Diorio, 1980)
  • Tenor Sax Jazz Impressions (with Bob Cooper, 1979)
With Roy Haynes
  • Senyah (1971)
  • Hip Ensemble (1973)
With Sarah Vaughan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jeff Apter (11 November 2009). A Pure Drop' The Life Of Jeff Buckley. Omnibus Press. pp. 92–. ISBN 978-0-85712-050-2.
  2. ^ Carl Schroeder; Keith Wyatt (1998). Harmony & Theory'. Hal Leonard. pp. 158–. ISBN 0-7935-7991-0.