Jazz Piano School Ep 34 : Rootless Voicing Textures

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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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Brenden Lowe

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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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