This improv lesson teaches you a great pianistic (or other) lick to use on V chords. It’s especially useful for solo piano since it can be used out of time to build tension. It’s based on the tritone, meaning you’re using the tonality of the Major chord exactly 3 whole steps away from the tonic.
In this short jazz piano tutorial, I demonstrate the fourth in a series of interesting and often-used diminished licks. You’ll learn how how and why they work, and how to apply them to your own improvisation.
If interested in private lessons, please email me: JazzPianoConcepts@gmail.com
Hey team! It’s been quite a while since my last post. I’ve been busy with graduate school, learning about film scoring, orchestration, video game programming, sound design, and much more. BUT. I’m back, and ready to keep you updated with new jazz piano materials! Here’s the info for the first in a series of new videos:
This short piano tutorial will teach you how to play an interesting augmented lick.
I teach online private lessons. If interested, email me at JazzPianoConcepts@gmail.com