New on JazzPianoOnline.com: Stride Left Hand Part 1


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Stride piano is a captivating solo piano style anchored by the left-hand pattern of low bass notes that alternate with mid-range chords. Using a transcription of Harry Connick's left hand on the tune “On the Sunny Side of the Street" from his 1987 self-titled debut recording as a template, the stride left hand pattern is broken down into its component parts in this lesson.

Master this solo piano style with the accompanying PDF Practice Sessions which will start you out with writing a stride left hand pattern and then guide you through improvising your own left hand stride pattern to the changes to three tunes commonly played in the stride style, “On the Sunny Side of the Street," “Summertime" and “Stormy Weather."

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