Creating Left Hand Chord Lines

“Plopping and Dropping” left hand voicings can only get you so far.

Developing architectural left hand chord lines creates a beautiful backdrop for your right hand to improvise over.

In today’s podcast we will break down some key techniques to creating your own left hand chord lines!

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  1. Hey Trent, I really liked your lesson. As a classical pianist, I’m new to jazz piano and I’m kind of struggling to create bass parts aside from walking bass lines, so this was helpful. I’d love to see it all in print; can I get a copy?

    Thank you,

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