Latin Jazz Piano – Track 2
Follow this Learning Track to master the Latin Jazz style.
Master the elements of Latin Jazz with original songs.
A Latin Jazz Cuban style original with Montuno patterns and 2 syncopated left hand bass lines. Watch your hands move like two salsa dancers as you play lush jazz chords and learn to solo.
Transform a lead sheet into a Bossa Nova with the song, "Girl From Foreign Lands." Using the bossa rhythm and techniques such as open & closed position, you'll be "Bossafy" any lead sheet.
Latin Samba Style
Discover the techniques behind improvisation in Latin Jazz.
This in-depth soloing course covers scales, single and double note riffs, octave riffs, and runs. Latin inspired melodies are included as the starting point of improvisations.
Discover how to solo over Brazilian Bossa Nova. Topics include the Bossa Nova rhythm, left hand accompaniment grooves, soloing scales & exercises, turns, brushes, outlining chords, & enclosures.
Learn how to accompany yourself or play in a band with these essential Latin grooves and song examples.
Explore the Cycle of 5ths Progression in 3 Jazz Styles: Swing, Bossa Nova, & Cocktail Piano. An essential course for comping on tunes like Fly Me to the Moon, Autumn Leaves, & All the Things You Are.
Learn and master your "position 1" rootless jazz voicings with these bossa nova 251 exercises in all keys. This is immediately applicable to creating accompaniments for hundreds of songs.
Learn and master your "position 2" rootless jazz voicings with these bossa nova 251 exercises in all keys. This is immediately applicable to creating accompaniments for hundreds of songs.
Create a relaxing atmosphere with this beautiful Bossa Nova accompaniment of the classic Christmas tune Silent Night. With jazzy chord voicings and the Bossa rhythm, you'll never hear it the same way again.
Learn how to play The Christmas Song as a Latin Samba accompaniment. We explore the Samba rhythm, chord progression, how to jazz-up the chords, and chord reharmonizations.
Learn 6 gorgeous jazz runs up the piano that you can use as intros or outros (endings) for just about any jazz tune. You'll learn the formulas behind these upper structures plus the "setup chord".
In this course, you will learn how to create a beautiful bossa nova accompaniment to "The Girl From Ipanema." Jonny teaches the A section of the song for all playing levels, progressively adding more syncopated rhythms to the accompaniment. Yannick explores the B section of the song and expands on the groove and musical concepts involved.
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