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Trumpet player Marcus Printup explains why you should develop a rudimentary understanding of the piano, and demonstrates how that will help you develop further as a soloist!

Learn more at the Jazz Academy by visiting http://academy.jazz.org

Marcus Printup – Trumpet
Eric Suquet – Director
Bill Thomas – Director of Photography
Richard Emery – Production Assistant
Seton Hawkins – Producer

Recorded May 26, 2013

From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com – In this chapter of the Blues Piano Lesson series, we’ll dig into that mysterious ingredient of the Blues – the “Tri-tone”. In addition, we’ll explore how to use this simple, yet powerful interval to form “comp chords” behind a piano solo. Go practice!

From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com this is the updated full free version of “Blues for Piano and Keyboard”, chapters 4 and 5. Outrageously fun piano lessons that dive into R&B, Black Gospel and straight-up blues – check it out!

Chord Progression: Am – C – Em – Em (From easy to difficult stuff)
Sheet Music: http://goo.gl/f73MBS
Jazz Piano Bundle Vol. 1 https://goo.gl/AzDrEa
Blues Piano Bundle Vol. 1: https://goo.gl/YeedFl

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0:07: Example 1: Root Position (No voice Leading)
0:27 Example 2: Smooth Voice Leading No. 1
0:46 Example 3: Smooth Voice Leading No. 2
1:02 Example 4: Broken Chords No. 1
1:18 Example 5: Simple Groove in the left hand
1:32 Example 6: Broken Chords No. 2
1:48 Example 7: Broken Chords with Left hand Groove
2:03 Example 8: Broken Chords No. 3
2:18 Example 9: Broken Chords No. 3 + Broken Chords (left hand)
2:32 Example 10: Broken Chords No. 4 (Coldplay: Clock technique)
2:49 Example 11: Coldplay technique + Broken Chords (left hand)

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From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com , this is the updated version of the online latin piano lesson series – lot’s of cookin’ riffs to check out! Take a look at our website for a full lineup of jazz piano lessons, blues piano lessons and gospel piano lessons.

Focus: How to not only practice, but how to develop the mind to think about fingers independently so that in the end, each finger is as strong as the others and the two hands become one extension of your emotional centre.

New Podcast Series: http://piano-jazz.blogspot.com/2018/06/a-word-in-your-ear.html

Some very good practice tips including my own daily routine (within the scope of the video). Realise that the fingers don’t have muscles, rather they have tendons. You never seek to ‘strengthen finger muscles’, you seek to develop a mental connection between your mind and its absolute positivity regarding any pianistic requirement (difficult passage, etc), removing any doubt or negativity from this process.

A useful link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hand

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Lesson 103: It’s a grand Illusion (Main Theme)
more lessons like this: www.soundofemotions.com
Sheet Music: http://goo.gl/MNFFaJ

Note: Once you purchase the PDF files you will get an automatic email with the links.
However, if you are new here, I recommend you to download the free “how to practice scales (Jazz, Bebop)” here: https://goo.gl/UuRrvA
or the “how to learn new tunes” lesson here: https://goo.gl/MgFftC

If it works, well… then go, buy anything you want 🙂
If not:
1. Check you Spam folder
2. Try to download the free music sheet with another email address/browser.
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Level: Late intermediate
0:05 Virtual piano/Sheet music view (slow)
3:37 Virtual piano/Sheet music view (fast)
6:26 Overhead Camera view – Theme tutorial

Bill Evans Lick taken from the Solo on I’ll remember April – Some Other Time: the lost session from the black forest.
If you want to learn jazz piano the best way is learning it transcribing the jazz masters.
If interested to the complete transcription or to online lessons please visit my website. www.angelodileonforte.com
Image copyright by Jan Persson & CDJ

This lesson covers how to use the right sustain pedal on piano.

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Jazz piano lessons for beginners to jazzy chords and improvisation. Lessons are meant to get you playing beautiful chords as quickly as possible while teaching you the fundamentals of improvisation.

HD 720p Available!

More free video lessons on jazzy chords and improvisation at http://www.pianobreaks.com

PDF guide download at http://pianobreaks.com/pianobreaks-basics-pdf/