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You’ve decided to start learning the piano. Congratulations! Naturally, there’s a myriad of subsequent decisions you must make. Should you get an acoustic or digital piano? Will you hire a private teacher or subscribe to an online platform? Ironically, these considerations often take precedence over a more foundational question. What kind of music will you play? Many piano students don’t realize they have any say in this matter. The truth is, the most defining decision you can make is whether you will follow classical or jazz piano methodology? A casual survey of piano methods at your local music retailer will reveal that the classical approach is more mainstream, at least in print form. In fact, unless you specifically choose to study jazz piano, you will likely be taught in the classical approach. In today’s Quick Tip, we’ll examine why you may want to learn jazz piano instead.
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00:13 1. No sheet music
00:35 2. Memorize hundreds of songs
01:16 3. Stylize any song
01:58 4. Finally understand chords
02:32 5. Train your ear
03:13 6. Freedom to arrange
03:38 7. Jam with singers
03:57 8. Jazz chords improve any style
04:22 9. Discover your voice
04:43 10. Insanely fun!
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