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NEW on JazzPianoOnline.com: Artist Voicings: Taylor Eigsti

Published: 2010-11-23
Taylor Eigsti Three voicing techniques from the beautiful solo piano introduction to Taylor Eigsti's tune “Midnight After Noon" from his 2010 Concord Records release, Daylight at Midnight, are examined in this lesson: a dramatic voicing without a third, an ascending major chord line cliche and rich drop 2 voicings. Learn how he uses them, the theory that makes them work and strategies for incorporating these devices into your own playing.

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