Great Jazz Piano Warmup Exercise – Part 2 – Finger Stretch

In this short jazz piano lesson, you will learn a great warm up exercise to use before each time you sit down to play or practice. In this exercise, you alternate between arppegiating a Major7#11 chord and minor11 chord, moving this pattern down in half-steps.

PDF: Jazz Warm Up – Finger Stretch

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4 thoughts on “Great Jazz Piano Warmup Exercise – Part 2 – Finger Stretch

  1. Reblogged this on pinkdeaf1 and commented:
    I like warm-ups since my fingers tend to freeze up as I play. Its a minor nuisance, but a warmup always helps; especially these faster warm-ups. I find moving my fingers incoherently doesn’t really work for me. I need strict discipline for my fingers.

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