Learn how to play piano like an Orchestra

Do you ever feel tired of using the same techniques in your piano playing over and over?

This week’s podcast lesson can help you shake things up by thinking of the piano as an orchestra.

Great players such as Jelly Roll Morton, Earl Hines, and Roland Hanna all had this technique in common: they played the piano like an arranger would write for an orchestra!

Check out these techniques, and you might find some to incorporate into your own playing.

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