Jazz Piano School Ep. 87 – Building Voicing Fundamentals

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4 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 87 – Building Voicing Fundamentals”

  1. This was excellent. I have wondered how many voicings one has to learn to play in different jazz settings – rootless, rooted, left hand, two-hand, etc. – it seemed like an endless task. Your explanations regarding including the roots, the alternate third/seventh approaches, and the rolling to accomplish the 10th vocings were all right on target for me. Thanks a bunch, Don.

    • No problem Don! My pleasure. That is a great question actually? I’m going to be putting together more materials on a complete voicing learning system as we approach the release of our Voicing specialty course. Stay tuned!

  2. This is a fabulous tutorial for intermediate payers. It is also a great introduction to chord extensions .

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