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I begin with my favourite jazz musician of all time: John Coltrane, and to chose just one album is almost impossible. Chic Corea’s output has been and continues to be varied  in genre but Acoustic Band  gives you an insight into his approach to standards like Autumn Leaves and So In Love. This is part 3 of my list of recommended jazz albums that I think you should be listening to. You can find the complete list in chapter 10 of  Learn Jazz Piano book 3.
I’ve not included Oscar Peterson in his own right as you can hear him supporting the great sax player Ben Webster in his 1959 album. To transform the Dorian mode into the bebop Dorian scale, we insert our chromatic passing note between steps 3 and 4.
Now compare the C bebop dominant scale: fig 45 (see above) with the G bebop dorian scale (fig 46) and you will notice that these two bebop scales share the same passing note.
In order to create a bebop scale to fit a half diminished chord (min7(5)), use the minor bebop scale 3 half steps up from that chord. If you wish to look further into this subject I would recommend David Baker’s How To Play Bebop. I’ve been asked to bundle all 20 playing jazz piano online video lessons into a discounted 20-pack.
My Play Jazz Piano Online video course would not be complete without a tutorial about Rhythm changes. Next to a 12-bar blues, Rhythm Changes is the most important chord sequence in jazz, but I’ll tell you more about this nearer the time.
There are countless excellent recordings of this song, but my personal favorite is by the pianist Hampton Hawes.
C returns to the original melody, but remains in the same key, taking an extra four bars to conclude. A good songwriter takes great care when placing the targeted or emphasized melody note over its harmony.
The two exceptions, in bars 4 and 12, occur at beat 2, as this is where the melodic accent falls. This new lesson combines your knowledge of rootless voicings (lesson 15) and tritone substitution (lesson 16).
I show you how to use all these techniques with II-V-I and I-VI-II-V (turnaround) sequences.
As always, this learn jazz piano video comes with 4 downloadable backing tracks, sheet music and a quiz. If you haven’t done so already, I highly recommend you watch and listen as well to the video. Be sure to also scroll down to explore a bunch of extra to help you learn more about this left hand arpeggiation pattern and playing this Beatles piano song. If you want an example of how to do this please watch the video above or take a look at the first F chord in the Yesterday sheet music.


Essentially, you arpeggiate a left hand chord by playing the bottom note first, then the top note, then the middle note, and then the top note again…just like we do in the video above.
Often times the alberti bass features block piano chords more toward the middle of the piano.
If you’re a beginner to piano and want to learn more about how to play these block chords out my lesson on lesson on the F major piano chord and the C piano chord. If you want to learn more about how to use the 9th check out this lesson on how to decorate major chords using the 9th.
I hope you had fun with this Beatles piano lesson and had fun learning the left hand arpeggio pattern. If I get enough requests I’ll teach you how to play the B section of Yesterday in another lesson. Steve many thanks for showing this tutorial on the Beatles song Yesterday hopefully you will do some more Beatles Tunes or what about Jealous Guy by John Lennon.
Hi Steve I would appreciate to send the whole song of yesterday, I’m learning a lot with their lessons. However, it has to be a recording with McCoy Tyner, The obvious choice would be A Love Supreme, but I’ve chosen My Favourite Things because you can hear his approach to standards.
There’s something to be said for the argument that if a minor7 chord is functioning as a II, then adding a note between 7 and 8 (rather than 3 and 4) results in more chord tones occurring on downbeats.
Next to a 12-bar blues, this is the most important chord sequence in jazz, and  is one that every jazz musician needs to be familiar with. Subsequently, jazz composers took to retaining the chord changes but replacing Gershwin’s tune with their own.
I used All The Things You Are and Take The A Train to demonstrate how to interpret a song structure and then reharmonise it. In order to do this, you need to interpret the song’s map and identify all its key centres.
The solo introduction is a little flowery, but once the trio kicks in, Hawes creates one glorious idea after another.
This jazz piano lesson combines your knowledge of rootless voicings (lesson 15) and tritone substitution (lesson 16). Would you like to learn a super cool left hand piano pattern to help you expand your piano arrangements?
I’ll show you how to play the verse (A Section) of Yesterday and teach you how to expand these chords. A very important part of learning contemporary styles is to listen as well as read the music.
This left hand arpeggio pattern I teach you in this lesson is actually quite similar to an alberti bass pattern. Along these lines if you wanted to simplify this arrangement more you could just play block chords in your left hand and note even worry about arpeggiating.


The left hand piano pattern I teach in this video could theoretically work well at different tempos but it will particularly work great on ballads.
If your hands are too small to grab the expanded left hand chords just roll your hands and use the sustain pedal to help you.
Notice how the melody starts on a non chord tone (the 9th of the chord) and then eventually resolves down to the root. If you want to learn more about some pop piano techniques I also recommend you check out this piano lesson on Margaritaville.
I recommend you spend some time practicing Yesterday and also applying the left hand arpeggio pattern to other songs you enjoy.
If your audio is not syncing with the video it has something to do with your current setup.
Rhythm Changes is based on the chord sequence of the song  I Got Rhythm by George Gershwin. We’ll also talk about some piano technique tips to help you grab the left hand piano chords more easily. Please also note that I simplified the melody in this arrangement to make it a little easier so everybody can play it.
If you’ve played classical music before you should be quite familiar with this concept.
By starting the melody on a non chord tone Paul McCartney creates a really subtle need for resolution and it propels the arrangement forward.
It’s been used in hundreds of popular songs in both rock, pop, classical, jazz, and many other genres. Jazz composers have substituted Gershwin’s  tune with their own, but have kept the chord sequence.
More importantly, players were drawn to the chord changes, finding them to be an ideal vehicle for improvisation. Make sure you’re running the latest version of your browser and restart your browser. Actually, there are a few variations of this sequence you need to know, and I take you through the options in this 30-minute video lesson.
Also, the videos are in HD so there is a possibility that your internet connection may lag a bit.



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