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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Isolate Rootless Voicings, Structure #1

Stage 2 | Lesson: 18 | Step 2 – (Theory) Up until now, we have learned our rootless voicings in a 2-5-1 format, but there will be plenty of tunes where the harmony will contain a string of minor chords or dominant chords in a row. This means we need to be able to play each individual rootless voicing outside the 2-5-1 pattern.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #3 – Parallel Modes

Stage 2 | Lesson: 18 | Step 3 – (Technique) Learning your parallel modes are extremely important as you’ll need to be able to switch back and forth between them as the harmony changes keys in certain situations. You’ll also want to be able to use the different atmosphere from each mode as you please.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – LH Rhythms

Stage 2 | Lesson: 18 | Step 5 – (Theory) Here we’re learning some rhythms for our LH to use when comping. Obviously these will expand and increase in difficulty but this will be a great foundation for you to get started with.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – Blues For Alice Analysis

Stage 2 | Lesson: 17 | Step 5 – (Repertoire) In this step we’ll be beginning to learn a new tune called “Blues for Alice”. This is a tune written by Charlie Parker that is similar to a blues but with Parker’s alternate chord changes. We’ll be using this tune in the upcoming lessons to practice integrating our jazz piano tools.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #7 – Solo Piano Series 1: LH Components, Part 2

Stage 2 | Lesson: 17 | Step 7 – (Repertoire) LH components are everything when playing solo piano. The reason most students cannot produce a solid solo piano sound is mostly due to the their LH lacking the knowledge and skills needed. In this step we build off of what we learned in Part 1.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Technique Review

Stage 2 | Lesson: 17 | Step 2 – (Technique) In this step we’re simply reviewing all of our major and minor scales. Knowing these is going to be essential as our improvisation increases.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Isolate Rootless Voicings, Structure #1

Stage 2 | Lesson: 18 | Step 2 – (Theory) Up until now, we have learned our rootless voicings in a 2-5-1 format, but there will be plenty of tunes where the harmony will contain a string of minor chords or dominant chords in a row. This means we need to be able to play each individual rootless voicing outside the 2-5-1 pattern.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #3 – Parallel Modes

Stage 2 | Lesson: 18 | Step 3 – (Technique) Learning your parallel modes are extremely important as you’ll need to be able to switch back and forth between them as the harmony changes keys in certain situations. You’ll also want to be able to use the different atmosphere from each mode as you please.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – LH Rhythms

Stage 2 | Lesson: 18 | Step 5 – (Theory) Here we’re learning some rhythms for our LH to use when comping. Obviously these will expand and increase in difficulty but this will be a great foundation for you to get started with.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – Blues For Alice Analysis

Stage 2 | Lesson: 17 | Step 5 – (Repertoire) In this step we’ll be beginning to learn a new tune called “Blues for Alice”. This is a tune written by Charlie Parker that is similar to a blues but with Parker’s alternate chord changes. We’ll be using this tune in the upcoming lessons to practice integrating our jazz piano tools.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #7 – Solo Piano Series 1: LH Components, Part 2

Stage 2 | Lesson: 17 | Step 7 – (Repertoire) LH components are everything when playing solo piano. The reason most students cannot produce a solid solo piano sound is mostly due to the their LH lacking the knowledge and skills needed. In this step we build off of what we learned in Part 1.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Technique Review

Stage 2 | Lesson: 17 | Step 2 – (Technique) In this step we’re simply reviewing all of our major and minor scales. Knowing these is going to be essential as our improvisation increases.

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