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Learn essential techniques for beginner jazz piano accompaniment on one of the most iconic jazz forms of all time—Gerswhin's "I Got Rhythm."

Look for a fresh perspective on improv? Learn to use piano chord shapes to create beautiful improv lines that sound interesting and organic.

Capture the breathless charm of Jerome Kern's "The Way You Look Tonight" that has made it one of the most popular piano ballads of all time.

Learn to play authentic New Orleans blues piano in the style of Dr. John, Fats Domino, and Professor Longhair. There's a party in this lesson!

Learn to embellish any tune like a pro by adding rich passing chords with the tritone substitution technique—a complete guide for all levels.

Learn 4 steps to play beautiful neo soul piano chords. Then, seamlessly connect diatonic and borrowed chords using the common tone technique.

Want to learn how to make a chord sound jazzy? Master 3 simple formulas to play advanced jazz piano voicings, even if you're a beginner.

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