Jazz Piano School Ep 45: How To Practice LH Comping, With RH Improv

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This is a great topic that someone requested on the podcast page the other day. Learning to improvise is one thing. Learning to comp with your LH while your RH improvises is a completely different story.

So in this podcast, I go over 5 key points that will help you practice your LH comping with your RH improvisation. I know you’ll love it! Enjoy!

Bullet Points

  • 1. Practice LH Chords with rhythms. Long, short, upbeats, downbeats.
  • 2. Practice spontaneous LH comping by itself.
  • 3. Practice creating repeated rhythmic ideas with LH while RH improvises
  • 4. Practice leaving a bar of space with RH for LH to Comp
  • 5. Practice having conversation between hands while RH builds ideas.

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8 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep 45: How To Practice LH Comping, With RH Improv”

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