Jazz Piano Lesson from George Whitty on Pentatonics

Imagine yourself at a party where you don’t know anyone. After making small talk with a few people, you notice that in the corner sits an old dusty piano that no one is playing. It keeps calling to you from across the room… maybe it’s lonely? Although it’s been awhile, you fancy yourself a piano player so eventually you work up the nerve to go over and introduce yourself. “Hello, I don’t think we’ve met.”

The piano stays silent, yet so seductive that before you know what’s happening, you’re sitting down and ready to tickle the proverbial ivories. But there’s already music going in the background, so now what do you play?

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Original Source: Jazz Piano Lesson from George Whitty on Pentatonics

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