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Step #6 – 2-5-1 Lick

Stage 1 | Lesson: 13 | Step 6 – (Technique) In this step we’ll be working on this 2-5-1 lick that is sure to provide you with some excellent hand and finger control movements, along with some great jazz improvisation language.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #7 – Eighth Note Ornaments 

Stage 1 | Lesson: 13 | Step 7 – (Technique) This will be the first step in adding a classy and elegant sound to your RH playing. The use of ornaments will drastically change your sound and instantly improve your jazz piano skills.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #8 – “What Is This Thing Called Love?”

Stage 1 | Lesson: 13 | Step 8 – (Technique) In this step we’ll be learning a new tune called “What is This Thing Called Love”. Besides the fact it is a well known standard and must know, we’ll be using this tune to integrate our new jazz piano tools into.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – Space in Solos

Stage 1 | Lesson: 12 | Step 5 – (Improvisation) Leaving space in solos serves many purposes. The more you can understand WHY this is important, the more likely you are to do it. Leaving space will help YOU gain inspiration about what to play next. It’ll leave room for your LH to comp, and it will give your expression a chance to breathe.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – 2-5-1 Progression

Stage 1 | Lesson: 12 | Step 1 – (Theory) The 2-5-1 progression is the most popular harmonic progression you will find in jazz. That makes this step very important! We will explore the 2-5-1 in this step so you understand everything about it.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Swing Modes Over V-I Progression

Stage 1 | Lesson: 12 | Step 2 – (Technique) This is a fantastic exercise that I use to this day. Here we’re swinging modes over 5-1 progressions. This is an extremely strong harmonic progression that will enhance your playing when you’re able to smoothly play through it.

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Course Categories: stage 1

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #6 – 2-5-1 Lick

Stage 1 | Lesson: 13 | Step 6 – (Technique) In this step we’ll be working on this 2-5-1 lick that is sure to provide you with some excellent hand and finger control movements, along with some great jazz improvisation language.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #7 – Eighth Note Ornaments 

Stage 1 | Lesson: 13 | Step 7 – (Technique) This will be the first step in adding a classy and elegant sound to your RH playing. The use of ornaments will drastically change your sound and instantly improve your jazz piano skills.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #8 – “What Is This Thing Called Love?”

Stage 1 | Lesson: 13 | Step 8 – (Technique) In this step we’ll be learning a new tune called “What is This Thing Called Love”. Besides the fact it is a well known standard and must know, we’ll be using this tune to integrate our new jazz piano tools into.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – Space in Solos

Stage 1 | Lesson: 12 | Step 5 – (Improvisation) Leaving space in solos serves many purposes. The more you can understand WHY this is important, the more likely you are to do it. Leaving space will help YOU gain inspiration about what to play next. It’ll leave room for your LH to comp, and it will give your expression a chance to breathe.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – 2-5-1 Progression

Stage 1 | Lesson: 12 | Step 1 – (Theory) The 2-5-1 progression is the most popular harmonic progression you will find in jazz. That makes this step very important! We will explore the 2-5-1 in this step so you understand everything about it.

Enter Now »
* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Swing Modes Over V-I Progression

Stage 1 | Lesson: 12 | Step 2 – (Technique) This is a fantastic exercise that I use to this day. Here we’re swinging modes over 5-1 progressions. This is an extremely strong harmonic progression that will enhance your playing when you’re able to smoothly play through it.

Enter Now »
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