Jazz Piano Improvisation Tutorial || Progression In F Major

Jazz Piano
A jazz chord progression for you to practise your piano improvisation, with some tips on getting started in both left and right hands ↓↓↓LINKS AND DOWNLOADS BELOW↓↓↓

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This tutorial walks you through a piano improvisation on a given chord progression in the key of F major. In it, I demonstrate an improvisation and take a detailed look at how I’ve put it together. Along the way I deal with some important concepts in jazz piano like chord extension and substitution, and discuss how you can use different scales – and your ear – to come up with a satisfying right hand melody.

If you’re just starting out with jazz piano, this tutorial should give you a handy overview of some of the important skills before you dive into learning in more detail, perhaps via my Jazz Piano For Beginners series, which you can find here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpOuhygfD7QmN-lQYtSAULCvdomKraZ1S

For the purposes of this tutorial I’m assuming that you have a grasp of basic piano chords. If you’re a beginner when it comes to this kind of piano playing, or your chord knowledge is a bit shaky, check out this tutorial: https://youtu.be/C1i-cFx7__M

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