A tip to help you remember jazz chord voicings better

Have you ever practiced a jazz chord voicing in all 12 keys, only to find that you forgot some of it the next day? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, this is relatively common at the early stages of learning jazz piano.

Here’s a way to practice chords in a way that helps them “stick.” In this short video, I play a common dominant 13th voicing (C,Eb,Bb,D,A), and take it through all 12 keys.

Practice it the way I show you in the video, and you’ll find that the voicings will stay in your fingers better. I hope you enjoy practicing like this, and good luck with your jazz playing!

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