We recently learned our rootless voicings. In this episode I’m going to show you how to turn these rootless voicings into two hand comping textures to use with groups or while playing solo piano.

These sounds are the heart of jazz comping. Anyone who uses these will be creating jazz sounds used through out the years.

We’re finally getting to the good stuff of jazz piano voicings and comping.

Bullet Points

1. RH Octaves of the roots, LH rootless voicings (high register texture)

2. RH Octaves and soloing while LH plays rootless voicings (High register texture)

3. RH Rootless voicings, LH Bass notes ( middle to low register texture)

4. LH shells, Rh rootless voicings (middle register texture)

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  1. Hey Brenden….funny you mentioned different jazz piano websites..I did that about a month .felt ur site and style was the best!! Excited about the courses.

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