Patterns might be a dirty word in jazz, but Peter Martin shows you how to play them without making it obvious.
Today, Adam hosts the first ever solo You’ll Hear It and shows off some simple voicings you can add to your repertoire, no matter what you play.
Join Peter Martin in the first ever Open Studio “Ask Me Anything,” recorded on April 19. Peter gets interviewed by a Facebook Live audience who question him on topics ranging from piano tips and advice to stories about his career as a jazz pianist.
“Autumn Leaves” (Kosma/Mercer) is one of the most popular jazz standards of all time. This chord arrangement is aimed at demonstrating practical jazz chord voicings under melodies as well as inner voice movement and harmonic substitutions. DONWLOAD PDF Provide us your email to get instant access to the PDF chart. We only send you great
Want to play great sounding jazz piano chords? Great news! You DON’T have to first learn jazz theory to play fantastic sounding jazz chords. In fact, it can confuse and frustrate you if you dive first into the treacherous world of jazz theory. There’s lots of videos, blog posts, and teaching online that will show you