Lesson Run Time: 60 minutes / Release Date: 12/10/2011
This week’s Willie Answers teaches you how to play a basic stride piano pattern along with improvisation. The stretches are challenging, but once mastered with the pentatonic scale, you will have a nice stride pattern that I’ll show you how to combine into several combinations to improvise for minutes. Topics covered are improv with the pentatonic scale and 4 different stride progression “options.”
Other Chapters in this Piano Lesson:
Basic Stride Progression
C Major Pentatonic Scale
Stride Pattern with Scale
Descending Pentatonic Together
Improvisation Patterns pt 1
Improvisation Patterns pt 2
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