Jazz Piano School Ep. 74 – 6 Ways To Add Passing Movements

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Go to 6:50 in the video to skip the intro.
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9 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 74 – 6 Ways To Add Passing Movements”

  1. Splendid techniques to reharm tunes. Many thanks.
    You spoke about developing some linear improv techniques in a separate Podcast. Here’s hoping you do that one, too.
    I always find inspiration in your dynamic and joyful presentations.

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