Hand Independence Exercises for Jazz Piano

Jazz Piano
These hand independence exercises for jazz piano are designed to improve finger speed, hand separation and your overall ability to play with two hands. Whether or not jazz is your focus, you will learn to play piano with both hands in this lesson! As a Brad Mehldau fan, I’ve always been fascinated by his ability to play with two hands at once, improvising with his left hand while his right executes a complicated ostinato. If you want to learn how to play like Brad Mehldau, this video will really help you build on your hand separation ability, and these exercises are inspired by the jazz piano sound.

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2:45 – Exercise 1
3:02 – Exercise 2
3:20 – Exercise 3
4:45 – Exercise 4
5:46 – Exercise 5
7:55 – Exercise 6
9:15 – Exercise 7

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