Jazz Piano School Ep. 96 – 8 Different Ways To Add Rhythmic Variety To Improve Your Improvisation

Brenden Lowe5 Comments

Most of the time I hear beginner and intermediate players stop at using quarter notes and eighth notes. This greatly hurts the sound of your improvisation. Remember, jazz was and is a dance music! Rhythm is like the oxygen to jazz. Without it, your solo is going to die. Here’s how to start adding rhythmic variety to your improv.

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