3 Blues Improvisation Ideas

Want to improve your blues improvisation? You’ve come to the right place. In today’s video I’m going to show you 3 ideas you can use to make your blues improvisation more interesting. If you’re stuck only running up & down the blues scale & want more ideas to add in your blues improvisation bag of tricks…

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Bebop Licks – Easy Video Tutorial

Would you like to learn how to build your own bebop licks? Great! You’ve come to the right place. In today’s lesson video you’re going to learn an easy formula you can use to build your own bebop licks over any type of chord. Yes, there are 1000’s of different jazz pattens and bebop licks…

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Black Orpheus Chords: Reharm Tips and Tricks

Want to learn some special Black Orpheus chords? Want to play chords that are hipper than the basic chords an average musicians play? Well, in today’s free video lesson, we’re going to show you some really hip sounding reharmonizations for the intro to Black Orpheus. This lesson will give you ideas about how to play…

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Jazz Improvisation: The 12 Step Method

Ready to improve your jazz improvisation skills? This step by step article will help. Jazz improvisation is such an amazing art form. Unlike classical music where the notes are the same each time, in jazz, each performance of a tune is unique to the performer doing it! At the highest levels each time you play a…

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Jazz Advice – How To Achieve Laser Focus In The Practice Room

All right, today I want to talk about some important jazz advice for practicing. This is something that will make or break you as you go through your piano learning journey. This one concept is critical. What you do on a daily basis, your habits, and what you choose to practice at the piano, will…

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Quartal Harmony – 9 Killer Concepts

Ever wondered how to get that lush and modern jazz sound? The sort of rich voicings you get to hear from people like Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, and Chick Corea? The answer is in quartal harmony. In this lesson we’re going to show you 9 different ways you can use quartal harmony in your own…

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3 Easy Oscar Peterson Chords

Would you like to learn 3 easy Oscar Peterson chords? You’ve come to the right place. In the video below I’m going to teach you how to play 3 Oscar Peterson chords for the left hand. These sound great in a solo piano style. They can be used for both playing the head of a…

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3 Best Jazz Albums To Study – Advice For Students

In today’s video I’m going to tell you about 3 of the best jazz albums that changed my musical life. These best jazz albums are my 3 recommendations for students who want to begin learning jazz from recordings. All 3 of these recordings completely changed my life as a player. I learned a ton from…

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