Gospel Voicings from “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” Tutorial

“Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” is a jazz standard written by pianist Joe Zawinul and made famous by Cannonball Adderly’s Quintet. In this tutorial, you will learn how to play the tune using authentic gospel voicings which have a variety of applications. Enjoy!

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How To Fill Space: 3 Easy Ways You Can Use Right Now (Ep: 210)

Learn how to fill space with these 3 things that you can use right now

Jazz Piano School 3.0 including upgraded features, content, design annd more is being released on Monday, September 28th at 6am EST during our Open Enrollment period for new students. We’ve been closed for 11 months now and this release party is sure to be a doozy! Until then, dig into this week’s podcast on filling space with these 3 easy strategies. I dive deep here in to specifics. The when, the how, the why. This should be a great podcast lesson for you that is a must listen for every student. Enjoy!

Bebop Secrets: How to Develop Your Own Repertoire List (Ep: 209)

How to develop your own repertoire list

This week we are bringing you a sneak peek into our exclusive member content! This podcast lesson is an excerpt from our “JPS Pratice Workouts,” and discusses how to develop your own repertoire list. Developing your own repertoire list is essential to becoming a complete jazz pianist. Follow along for the inside scoop on how to get started!

Funk: The Infectious and Pungent Cousin of Jazz

The great jazz educator and drummer Justin DiCioccio has one simple motto: “make everything in life feel like a groove.” This is actually a deceptively simple token of advice, commenting on finding peace and stability in the hardest of times. But, taken on a surface level, this philosophy also happens to be a pretty spot-on […]

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