“Alone Together” Comping Voicings
In this lesson we explore comping voicings and improvisation for the tune “Alone Together” which is a commonly called jazz standard written in a minor key.
Comping Voicings Styles & Techniques
The demonstration covers 3 whole choruses of comping voicings and techniques. The form of “Alone Together” is 44 bars long which creates 132 bars of comping demonstration in this performance. We explore the following voicing styles and principles:
- Drop 2 voicings
- Barry Harry voicings
- Quartal voicings
- Red Garland voicings
- Upper structure triads
- Tritone substitution
You can find detailed studies on these topics throughout the PianoGroove lessons and courses. Use the website search box to find both theory lessons and jazz standard lessons which incorporate this theory.
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