Chord Voicings for Jazz Piano (rootless, left-hand, Type B)

Chord Voicings for Jazz Piano (rootless, left-hand, Type B)

“Type B” Rootless Chord Voicings for Piano “Rootless voicings” on piano (especially for left-hand support) are great for handling big jazz chords that normally can’t be covered by one hand alone. This video tutorial  shows you how to play...
Piano Improv Lesson: “Sixteenth Note Triplet” licks

Piano Improv Lesson: “Sixteenth Note Triplet” licks

Good morning! 2:50 a.m. here in California, working musician’s hours as usual! Today I’m sharing some tips on using a “continuous flow of lickety-split  triplets ” for a very nice effect on keyboards. Enjoy! Here’s the lesson...

“The Blues Piano Crash Course” Lesson #1 – The Blues Scale

In this first of eleven Blues Piano lessons, discover how a simple six-note scale -- the famous "Blues Scale" -- is a musician's gold mine for creating original blues sounds. Immediately after this lecture, you can sit down at your piano and start creating bluesy...
“Basic Professional” system for voicing chords with a melody

“Basic Professional” system for voicing chords with a melody

PREMIUM CONTENT (VIDEO PORTION) – Supporting Members Only Audience: This lesson is for anyone studying the use of chords on piano.  In particular, pianists and keyboard players who work from song charts, fakebooks, lead sheets, and the like. In order to fully...