Voicing is a very important aspect of playing the piano that most pianists never even hear about. It refers to how a chord is played on the piano–where the notes are positioned and in what register. When you play complex chords, your voicing will determine whether your sound is spectacular or awful.

I will warn you that voicing is not the easiest or most fun thing you can do on the piano but it is probably the most important skill most improvising musicians need to get under their belt.

Free Lessons

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Video Lesson: Open voicing
Voicing the ii7 chord
Thinking voicing
Voicing 101
Rootless voicings
Voicing: A pianist’s secret sauce


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