Check out this What are you doing New Year’s Eve Piano tutorial! In it, I’m going to show you some gorgeous sounding and not-too-hard-to-play jazz piano voicings. This is a perfect arrangement to accompany yourself (or a friend) singing. Let’s get started!
About What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?
What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve? is a wonderful song written by Frank Loesser. Loesser is best know for writing Broadway musicals like Guys and Dolls, but this song (written in 1947) was a standalone song.
Jazz Piano Arrangement for What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve
I know this is a jazz piano arrangement, but don’t worry! I promise it’s not going to be that hard. In this What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve jazz piano tutorial, our basic jazz piano voicing strategy is to play the root in the left hand and one of two options in the right hand:
This is a very simple voicing formula to use and honestly – these voicings sound awesome. Full, but clean. I use these exact same jazz piano voicings all the time when I am accompanying myself singing. Enjoy!
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