Excellent & Effective Left Hand Jazz Piano Exercises

Hey friends and fellow pianists,

After years of teaching, I’m excited to announce that to go along with my Left Hand video series (video below), I’ve created this PDF of what I believe are the ten best exercises for developing impressive left hand technique quickly and efficiently.

The PDF is available for instant download here: https://www.jazzpianoconcepts.com/product-page/10-exercises-for-an-unstoppable-left-hand

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You will build technique, as well as left hand independence. You’ll also have some interesting new licks to play with your left hand, including bebop, modern II-V-I’s and modern improv licks. Those of you who have studied with me privately may recognize some of the exercises, while there will be new ones for you as well.

After you pick up the PDF, please feel free to contact me with any comments or questions about the material. I’d love to hear your feedback.

Wishing you all the best as you continue your journey to become better pianists,

Noah Kellman

How to Play Like Bills Evans – Comping Feint Technique

This video is about a simple comping technique that Bill Evans commonly used. It involves mimicking the rhythm of your right hand improvisation with the chords in your left hand.

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Advanced Jazz Harmony: Creating Upper Extension Voicings

A reader recently emailed me to ask a very good question about how to incorporate upper extensions into his voicings. This is a simple way of creating your own voicings to use in different situations that call for upper extensions.

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Advanced Jazz Harmony: Block Chord Inversions

This post will help you take your block chords to the next level by teaching you how to practice Block Chord Inversions. Block chords are extremely useful for a number of techniques, including voicing a melody with chords and improvising with chords, comping, and much more. They are also very useful for composing and arranging jazz in general.

(To learn about Major Block Chords, click here. To learn about Minor Block Chords, click here.)

Here is the full exercise in PDF form: Block Chord Inversions

Jazz Harmony Lesson – Minor Block Chords

A short instructional lesson video along with an exercise in PDF form to help you learn how to use the jazz harmony technique of minor block chords. These chords can be used to sound like great jazz pianists Oscar Peterson and Bill Evans.

Minor Block Chords In All Keys

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