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Daine Jordan
11/30/2021 9:00 am (PST)

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

00:17 – Scott M: What is the process of learning a jazz standard?

08:46 – Levi H: What do you recommend for learning the “dueling piano bar” style?

10:38 – Anna L: Can you explain the key things I should focus on from moving from classical training to jazz?

19:56 – David W: Tips for notating on a lead sheet or creating a particular arrangement?

21:56 – Samuel L: Tips for using the pedal on the samba style?

24:02 – Michael C: Is there a fake/real book you prefer for jazz standards?

25:31 – Michael C: I’m feeling stuck and overwhelmed in my practice. Any advice?

28:18 – Harry M: Can you demonstrate outro options for A Nightinggale Sang in Berkley Square?

33:10 – Q: If a turnaround also has 4 and 3 chords, what scales do you play for improv?

37:04 – Oksana: How do you use 8th note scales + reduced 7th chord voicing?


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