CKQC042: Using Create First improvisations in buddy lessons

This duet improvisation pattern is from Create First 1 by Forrest Kinney. I love simplifying these accompaniment patterns for using in buddy lessons.

You’ll see I start off with my student here and then leave once she’s secure with the pattern. We also discussed (before this clip) how to land on the home note at the end and which note they thought was the home note in this piece.

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