Jazz Piano 10 Steps from Beginner to Pro

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Jazz Piano 10 Steps from Beginner to Pro

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LESSON SUMMARY

Do you want to learn jazz piano? Have you tried in the past and pressed pause in discouragement? Do you struggle to comprehend the music theory that jazz pianists seem to roll off their tongues so easily—“just play an E♭7(♯9♭13)“? Maybe you’ve been playing for awhile, but you still get that lump in your throat when someone asks, “do you play jazz?” What does is take to really be considered a professional jazz pianist and how can you get there? Friend, if you want to learn jazz piano, you’ve come to the right place. In this Quick Tip, I’m going to give you 10 steps that provide a solid roadmap for your journey. Will you join me? Chances are, you are already a few steps further along than you think! Check out the following preview…

1. Major Scales
2. Major & Minor Triads
3. 7th Chords
4. Chord Shells & Guide Tones
5. Chord Extensions & Alterations
6. Rootless Voicings
7. Block Chords
8. Drop 2 Voicings
9. Quartal Voicings
10. Upper Structures

Whether you’re brand new to the piano or pursuing a career in jazz studies, this Quick Tip will help you understand where you are by identifying the highway markers from beginner, to intermediate, to pro!

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Happy practicing!
Jonny May

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