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Instructor
Daine Jordan
Q&A
39:18
09/12/2022 8:00 am (PST)

In this Beginner/Intermediate Q&A Submissions video, Daine answered all of your questions that were submitted in the month of August.

00:37 – Barbara C: Any advice for building a repertoire?

05:24 – JC: Why is the melodic minor scale different when descending?

08:55 – Cassius: How to transfer blues riffs from swing to straight rhythm?

11:18 – George A: Can you explain the g7 chord in the bossa challenge lesson 3?

14:48 – George B: Where are beginner level 12 bar blues lessons?

16:08 – Martin: What’s the best way to improve my ability to read rhythm?

18:43 – Tony D: When improvising blues scale, what fingering to use?

20:10 – Chris F: Can you help identify some chords?

26:39 – Tony D: For jazz lead sheets, do pros instinctively know how to harmonize the melody or do they have to think about it first?

29:43 – Arturo: How to know when to start & stop improvising when jamming with friends?

32:30 – Mikhail: How to submit a request?

33:17 – Marguerite: When coming down a diminished scale, I tend to get lost. Any tricks?

37:15 – Jorge L: Questions about fingering with 7th chords?

Q&A Submissions (May 2024)

In this video, Daine answered all of your questions that were submitted in the month of May.

Student Assessment (May 2024)

In this video, Daine reviewed all of your submissions from the month of May.

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Office Hours are an opportunity to get interactive feedback from a professional piano coach!

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