Jazz Piano School Ep. 104 – How To Start Improvising With Extensions

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In this episode we explore how to build a relationship with extensions. Once your ear starts to learn the mood and atmosphere they produce, you can easily start to implement them into your improv to get different types of sounds you want to express.
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4 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 104 – How To Start Improvising With Extensions”

  1. Enjoyed this lesson very much. I’m much more interested in improvising with this more modern sound than I am bebop so would very much appreciate more blogs like this.

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