Master Any Voicing With This Jazz Piano Exercise

This exercise helps you learn and practice any piano voicing to the point where you can use it fluidly and masterfully to harmonize any song.

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20 Modern Bebop Licks Vid & PDF

Here’s a new video for you, along with a new PDF full of effective exercises! This lesson provides you with a series of modern bebop licks and patterns that will challenge your technique and ear. Download all 20+ exercises in PDF form here: http://jazzpianoconcepts.com/store

How to Solo: Jazz Improvisation 101

This jazz piano tutorial demonstrates an excellent exercise to help you learn the essential building blocks of how to improvise, how to solo, and how to apply them to chord changes and harmony. The fundamental technique of jazz improv comes down to learning scales and being able to connect them as chords go by. This lesson will show a beginner how to improvise, but the exercise patterns can also be applied to any difficult song for even an intermediate or advanced student or player to practice and learn.

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Jazz Piano Solo In the Style of Robert Glasper! – How to Sound Like Robert Glasper: Part 1

Today, I want to announce a new video series that I’ve had requested numerous times— “How to Sound Like Robert Glasper”! This first video (below) is a short performance / sneak peek of what you’ll learn. The full lesson is coming very soon.

Along with the video, I’m also launching a brand new “Sound Like The Greats” PDF series. The first one is full of exercises that will help you emulate modern jazz / Hip Hop / R’n’B improvisation and harmonic style, just like what you’re hearing in today’s video. Get the PDF here: https://www.jazzpianoconcepts.com/product-page/sound-like-the-greats-hip-hop-r-n-b

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Wishing you all the best,

-Noah

Quick Jazz Improv Lesson – Tritone Lick On the V Chord

This improv lesson teaches you a great pianistic (or other) lick to use on V chords. It’s especially useful for solo piano since it can be used out of time to build tension. It’s based on the tritone, meaning you’re using the tonality of the Major chord exactly 3 whole steps away from the tonic.