Jazz Piano School Ep. 76 – 8 Different Ways To Use Space

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2 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 76 – 8 Different Ways To Use Space”

  1. Excellent!!!! this is possibly the most important subject to discuss. It’s also the best way (in my opinion) to make one’s solos sound stronger and more interesting right away. Thanks Brenden.

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