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In this course, you'll learn an original jazz ballad tune, Why Do I Fall in Love. Phrase by phrase, you'll learn the notes and rhythms, decipher the harmony, and discover soloing techniques. We also explain how to play with expression and add an intro and ending.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to solo over the 2-5-1 chord progression using chord tone targets. You'll explore chord substitutes, left hand accompaniments, common rhythms, and a variety of exercises to master chord tone targets. By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to invent your own jazz lines by targeting chord tones.

In this workshop, we'll analyze the chord progression for Autumn Leaves. Starting with the lead sheet, we'll memorize the melody/chords, analyze the chord functions and chord qualities, learn how to add color with the 2-5-1 trick, and more.

Learn an advanced jazz ballad piano arrangement of Hark the Herald Angels Sing. Starting with the lead sheet, we'll learn the melody & chords, how to stylize the left hand, how to harmonize the right hand, and other advanced jazzy techniques.

Learn how to play Hark the Herald Angels Sing in a jazz ballad piano style. Starting with the lead sheet, we'll learn the melody, chords, how to stylize the left hand, how to harmonize the right hand, and other jazzy techniques.

Learn how to craft a slow jazzy blues piano arrangement of George Gershwin's classic tune "Summertime." Using the lead sheet, we'll stylize the left hand chords, embellish the right hand melody, compose an intro/outro, and complete the arrangement with an advanced solo!

Learn how to compose a beautiful jazz waltz with Jonny's essential arranging techniques. We'll master left hand accompaniments, melodic writing, and harmonization.

Discover the most important piano scale for improvising over any musical style - the Major Blues Scale. We’ll cover left hand accompaniments, right hand embellishments, and we'll explore several advanced techniques for improvising with this scale over various styles.

Learn the most important piano scale for improvising over any musical style - the Major Blues Scale. We’ll cover essential exercises to master finger control, dexterity and speed, and we'll explore several techniques for improvising with this scale over various styles.

Learn how to transform piano lead sheets with chord shells, guide tones, and right hand filler harmonies. Using 8 common chord progressions, you'll understand how to apply these piano techniques to create a richer and more interesting sound.

Master the essential techniques to play cocktail jazz piano accompaniments. You will learn a variety of patterns for both hands to create beautiful textures over the most common jazz progressions.

Learn to play a beautiful cocktail jazz piano accompaniment over the major and minor turnaround progression. We'll cover 4 left hand patterns, and 3 right hand options to create variety.

Learn the most common chord alterations for dominant chords. Discover helpful tricks for finding each alteration, and practice them with exercises in 2 positions.

Demystify chord extensions with this comprehensive theory course on learning the most common extensions over major 7, dominant 7, and minor 7 chords.

Learn how to compose a jazz ballad on piano, including compositional techniques like motifs, sequencing, mirror image, ornaments, counter-melody, & harmony.

Learn how to transform the Ode to Joy lead sheet into 3 essential jazz styles, including Swing, Jazz Ballad, & Latin Bossa Nova.

Learn how to transform the Ode to Joy lead sheet into 3 essential jazz styles, including Swing, Jazz Ballad, & Latin Bossa Nova.

Learn the essential scales used to improvise over the most common 7th chords found in jazz and popular music. Scales are the musical building blocks used to create interesting solos.

The complete course on how to create a gorgeous cocktail jazz ballad. You’ll learn Stride-Ballad Left Hand techniques, rootless voicings, and right hand embellishment with extensions, fills, runs, and more.

Take our most comprehensive course on Cocktail Jazz, The Way You Look At Me. Discover how to develop a lead sheet, stylize the left hand, harmonize the right hand, add fills, & improvise.

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.

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