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New Lesson Just Released: Improvising Over the Blues - Cedar Walton.

Cedar Walton’s concise two-chorus solo over Kenny Dorham’s blues head, “Blue Spring,” from his 1959 album of the same name is a model of melodic economy. From the opening blues scale lick, to the minimal left hand comping, not a single note is wasted on flourish or unnecessary gesture. In this lesson, learn how he crafts his surgically precise lines from blues scale and chord sound material and then download the practice session PDF file to play the transcription and transpose seven of his licks into 12 keys to use them in your own solos.

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New Lesson: Improv Drill - Major ii-V-I Progression. http://bit.ly/1MuKGDD
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Three Oscar Peterson Intros - New #JazzPianoLesson  

Studying transcribed intros from recordings can yield a wealth of useful information. Not only can you use them to open an arrangement or performance but you can dissect them for licks and progressions that you can use for #improvising, #arranging or #composition. The three Oscar Peterson intros presented in this lesson are #transcribed from recordings between 1962-1997 and provide a treasure trove of harmonic and melodic Oscarness. Learn how to play them (fingerings!), how to take them apart and how to apply the magic that lies within each of these four to eight bar mini-compositions to your own playing. - See more at:

http://www.jazzpianoonline.com/jazz-piano-lessons/styles-arranging/three-oscar-intros-detail/#sthash.Wajy7brQ.D2zXIdYF.dpuf
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Rootless Voicings Update
Four New Video Chapters and Practice Sessions Added

These standard one-handed voicings are the bedrock of every jazz pianists' technique. From Wynton Kelly and Red Garland to Tommy Flanagan, Bill Evans and beyond, these rich sounding voicings with their their smooth voice-leading and effective use of tension pervade bop and post-bop jazz piano. This lesson will introduce you to both forms of the major and minor ii-V-I progression voicings (major A and B and minor A and B forms) and show you how to use them in tunes.

The update includes new video chapters and practice sessions on voicing the chord changes to: "Ghost of a Chance," "I Remember You,""What's New," and "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To."
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Updated lessons, 7th Anniversary 20% off coupon, and a Hiromi Giveaway! See it all here:

http://www.jazzpianoonline.com/-New_Lesson_Alert_.html
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New Lesson Just Released: Improvising Over All of Me
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a must watch for anyone interested in jazz!
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New Lesson: Upper Structure Triad Voicings. Part 3 of the Two-handed Voicings series. Huge Practice Session file with this lesson- almost 100 pages!
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New Lesson: How to Read Lead Sheets.
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