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How to use block chords
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Block chords are one of jazz piano’s unsolved mysteries.

This style made famous by George Shearing and Nat King Cole was once ubiquitously used by jazz pianists of the 20th century who came after them.

In this jazz piano tutorial, learn how to use this technique in your improvising, comping, and more!

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Sterling Cozza

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  1. That was great – as a beginner I love the 6th chord and now will have all sorts of ways to add on to that. Thanks!

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