The ninth in left- and right-hand chords
Tim Richards Lesson time: (10min 8sec)
Tim demonstrates a very useful comping pattern for a slow blues in G. The left hand starts with a Yancey bass, but changes to rootless chord shapes under the solo.
About the instructor
Critically acclaimed jazz pianist and composer Tim Richards is one of Britain’s most experienced jazz educators, teaching piano privately for over 30 years, as well as at Morley College, Goldsmiths College, the University of Surrey, Premises Studios and other venues in the UK and abroad. He has produced numerous titles for Schott Music, including the best-selling two-volume Exploring Jazz Piano, Blues, Boogie & Gospel Collection and the acclaimed Improvising Blues Piano. He is also... read more