How to Sound Like McCoy Tyner – Part 3 – Shaping Lines and Combining Melodies

This short instructional jazz piano tutorial will help you learn to sound like the great McCoy Tyner by showing you some techniques involving the shapes of your lines and melodies. This will help you learn to play melodies or improvise in his characteristic fourth and pentatonic style.

For Skype lessons, email me at jazzpianoconcepts@gmail.com

 

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One thought on “How to Sound Like McCoy Tyner – Part 3 – Shaping Lines and Combining Melodies

  1. Hi,
    Just found your website and all I can say is THANKS for all the great info. This is just a goldmine for pianists like me. Happy New Year.

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