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Playing motivically: Part 2

Playing motivically: Part 2: Jazz Piano Lessons: 2 Song Foundations
Playing motivically: Part 2: Jazz Piano Lessons: 2 Song Foundations

In this video, George discusses an important aspect of building a jazz solo, which he calls, “playing motivically.” Playing motivically means that you build a motif around a combination of notes, expanding on different ways to play that combination of notes. George demonstrates this technique over the F blues.

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2h 30m
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