Friday, July 21, 2006

How to Jump Chords Up the Keyboard to Create a Free-Flowing Sound!

Chord jumping is a simple technique that allows you to use much of the piano. You simply take a chord and "move it" up the keyboard.

Now, I'm not talking about inversions here, although there's nothing wrong with inversions. I'm talking about taking a simple chord structure and just using the entire piano to create with. Here's what I mean.

Take the lesson "Coral Reef" for example. Here we have 2 chords, A minor and F Major. The beauty of only having 2 chords for this improvisation exercise is...

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