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LESSON SUMMARY

In today’s Quick Tip, you’ll learn how to use Upper Structures to create a sweet run over a Dominant 7th chord.

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Jonny May

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Piano With Jonny 31/07/2021 - 19:13

00:47 Left Hand

01:52 Upper Structures

05:00 RH Patterns

05:25 Run #1

09:37 Transposing Runs

10:13 Backing Track

10:48 Wrapping Up!

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BCM 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Great lesson
Please I want to play like you one day but I don't have a keyboard to practice everyday.
Please if you have an unused keyboard 🎹 can you gift it to me.
Thank you very much

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Michael Carlos 31/07/2021 - 19:13

I've been playing for over 50 years but still learn something new every time I visit your channel. Thanks Jonny!

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Robert Michalscheck 31/07/2021 - 19:13

You just talk to much music theory,it’s really distracting trying to learn something.

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Fabio Demaria 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Hi, Can you share this score? Thanks

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Federico Ottomano 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Great stuff!! I just have a question!
If you are playing G7 I know that playing a Eb triad would be a bVI US, the resulting chord is in fact a G7alt, while
I didn’t remember a #IV MAJOR triad for a 7#11b9, I think I read that it is typically used #IV MINOR triad for a such chord.

Actually by playing a #IV Major, it’s clear that it results in the same chord but you’re simply doubling the seventh instead of putting the 13th..

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Heidi Kuzma 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Thank you!

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Trel Kel 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Absolutely makes sense, problem is I use these tricks for a week or two and then I forget them. Totally a me problem though lol.

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Dr 31/07/2021 - 19:13

I love this! Thank you, for sharing.

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Marcos Burbano 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Excelente video muchas gracias Jonny

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Семен Гилев 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Jonny! Thank you very much for you lessons. Its very useful for me.

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Gpow 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Great practical and cool sounds. you are such a chill and effective teacher

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Rod Terrell 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Cool lick my man

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KeyboardJohn Entertainment 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Amazing

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momotigomo 31/07/2021 - 19:13

I hear twin peaks when you move from the eb to db

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jeng zarate 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Bill Evans concept

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Street Rec 31/07/2021 - 19:13

i love it

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Street Rec 31/07/2021 - 19:13

i love it my teacher

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Steve Walker 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Quality site quality courses

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PLUME TRIBU 31/07/2021 - 19:13

This is gold. Thank you so much!!

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insamyoza 인삼여자🎹😘 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Jonny… in your " lesson 1 " is there a ledger line missing on top? It makes reading the notes a little confusing!

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David Gerber 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Real solid content. Thanks!

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Наталья Лебедева 31/07/2021 - 19:13

It's a cool explanation! Thank you so much Jonny!!

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Iky.syailendra 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Very useful for me

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Pat OBrien 31/07/2021 - 19:13

I am so glad my hubby bought a years worth of Jonny May lessons for Christmas. It costs about 25 per cent the cost of live lessons in Cape Town. Jonny, I am learning so much as a classically trained pianist who was never taught to improvise. It was more monkey see, monkey do. Thanks Jonny !

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Arry Stophanes 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Sweet as

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Bruce Nelson 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Very helpful. Thank you!

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Aguia Equipe 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Muito Bom Very Good

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Wilfried Burmeister 31/07/2021 - 19:13

interesting lesson readly

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Sam Lincoln 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Genius Jonny…

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T TW A 31/07/2021 - 19:13

johnny be Good!

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Peter Hyde 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Thanks Jonny, great lesson.

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VOICE PLEASURE 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Love Your teaching style. It helps me to pick up concepts easily.

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hahn updike 31/07/2021 - 19:13

Thank you man!!

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