Jazz Piano School Ep. 67 – Double Time Vs. Double Time Feel

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6 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 67 – Double Time Vs. Double Time Feel”

  1. Hey Brenden. Since you briefly brought up Latin tunes in this podcast, would you consider a podcast on Latin style piano? I’m presently studying montunos/tumbao and how one approaches Latin beats (the claves etc…). I realize its a completely different style of music from traditional jazz (at least for me:)…but thought I’d ask. Thanks again for your podcasts and instruction. It’s really beneficial for the level that I’m at. Best Regards, Terry

  2. I’m 66 years old and I have been learning just piano for half a century, and this lesson on doubletime feel was simply beautifully presented it. Amazing. I’m actually going to email you my info I’d like to hear more.

  3. I said “just piano“ above when obviously I meant “jazz piano” My apologies. I’ve got to learn to edit these text messages. No I’m headed to the piano to attempt consciously to apply doubletime fieel to slow ballads. Very cool if you can do it

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