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In weeklypiano lessons for "Stella by Starlight" and "All the things you are" solo arrangements some of these techniques are shown. It would be great if you could make another solo arrangement lesson for standard like "autumn leaves", "green dolphin street", "star eyes" or something else. Left hand techniques, creating rhythm and groove, right hand melody and shells, etc.
Playing jazz-blues: Scales for improvisation on standard jazz-blues progressions, walking bass lines for blues
What scales can you use over blues chord progression, for example over blues progression you use in your blues comping lesson (beacuse it is easy enough reharmonization of standard 12 bar blues to start with)? Which scale(s) to use over VI7 chord and other chords that are not in standard I, IV, V chords based blues? Where can you use blues scale in such progressions? It would be great to explain some basic bass lines for blues comping also.
It would be great if you could make a lesson on drop 2 voicings: how to practice them, how to incorporate them into II-V-I comping, using them in parallel motion creating melodies with top voice, etc.
I'm trying to build up my song sets and repertoire. Are there some ideas to successfully doing that? Thank you.
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