Jazz Piano School Ep. 73 – Beginner Latin & Bossa

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2 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 73 – Beginner Latin & Bossa”

  1. Hi Rico,

    I’m sorry for your disappointment. This was meant to be a beginner introduction to latin and bossa music.
    If you’re more of an advanced player, like it sounds like you are, this episode is probably not for you.

    Be sure to check out some of our more advanced podcast episodes on other topics if you’re looking for more education.


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