4 One Minute Habits That will Improve
Left & Right Hand Coordination

If you’re looking for ways to improve your piano playing skills, our downloadable sheet music for exercises featured in our YouTube tutorial is a great place to start. These exercises are designed to help you improve your coordination, finger strength, and technique.

The first exercise is the Swing Hanon Exercise. It’s utilizes the Hanon scale movement but the LH plays on one and the and of two while the right hand is synchopated.

The second exercise is the Moanin 2 Hand Unison Exercise. This exercise focuses on playing in unison with both hands. You’ll learn some great blues patterns that will help you get comfortable playing in unison.

The third exercise is the Barry Harris 6th Diminished Block Chords. This exercise is perfect for anyone looking to expand their chord vocabulary and explore new harmonic possibilities. The Barry Harris method is a popular approach to jazz piano, and this exercise will help you get comfortable playing block chords with both hands.

Finally, we have the Beginner Blues 2 Hand Exercise. This exercise is great for anyone who wants to start walking a bass line and comping with the right hand.

All of these exercises are available for download in easy-to-read sheet music format. Simply download the sheet music, print it out, and start practicing today. With consistent practice, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you can improve your left and right hand coordination, technique, and overall piano playing skills.

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