Comping, The Art of Accompaniment, Jazz Piano Tutorial

Jazz Piano
“Comping”, or the Art of Accompaniment for Jazz Piano. includes detailed description of 3 hand positions for comping and rhythmns for backing up singers or playing in a band. Comping is a term in jazz to describe the chords, rhythms, and countermelodies that keyboard players (piano or organ) or guitar players use to support a jazz musician’s improvised solo or melody lines. Comping applied to the song “Don’t Blame Me”. by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields. Please see my book, Jazz Piano Methods and Songbook on my website for more jazz theory.

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