Jazz Piano School Ep. 101 – Comping Rhythms For Harmonic Changes

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5 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 101 – Comping Rhythms For Harmonic Changes”

  1. Rhythm has been a mystery to me all these years since my background has focused on Gregorian and hymns for church services. This lesson is essential for anyone who has not had proper training in rhythm. It certainly gave me a starting point for filling in this gap in my musical development.

  2. Man thank you so much I don’t even play piano I learned George Russell Lydian method theory years ago but failed to use it cause voicings were difficult to to understand in transitions.This has given me new hope. I am mainly a latin percussionist

  3. Man thank you so much I don’t even play piano I learned George Russell Lydian method theory years ago but failed to use it cause voicings were difficult to to understand in transitions.This has given me new hope. I am mainly a latin percussionist

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