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How To Read Notes (Beginner Piano Lesson)

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Sight-reading has never come easily to me. I’ve struggled with it from the beginning. At one point in my early piano years, I had to repeat an entire level because my teacher realized I’d learned nothing. I was hearing her demonstrate the song and then playing from memory, never actually knowing how to read the notes!

Along the way, I’ve learned some things that have made sight-reading much easier for me, which I’ll share in this lesson. As you watch, keep in mind that some people will naturally find sight-reading easier than others. Those of us with strong ears and the natural ability to play without music tend to struggle the most when it comes to reading notation. The reverse is also true for those who are strong sight-readers. Strong sight-readers will often have trouble playing by ear. The important thing to keep in mind is that we all have our own unique strengths and weaknesses and we need to celebrate both.

Enjoy the lesson!

Chapters:
0:00 Intro
1:07 The Treble Clef
3:10 Middle ‘C’
6:15 The Bass Clef
7:40 Lesson Review

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Day 212 – Easy Piano Songs for the Beginners

Hello, I’m Grey42 and 212 days ago I’ve started to play piano and created this channel. I’m making piano covers of popular songs with the visualization. You can use it as tutorial and learn how to play songs on piano.

I’m not playing only covers that I’m uploading on my channel. I play some easy beginner songs as the exercise too. So I decided to learn 10 easy popular songs in one day and unpload it. You can learn them too. They all very easy left hand doesn’t even move while you play. Hope you’ll engoy it.

Song list:
Chopsticks
Dog’s Waltz
Jingle Bells
The Godfather Theme
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Ode to Joy
Coldplay – Clocks
We Wish You a Marry Christmas
Happy Birthday
Imperial March(Darth Vader Theme)

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Jazz Piano Beginner Lessons – 15 Videos

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This Jazz Piano Tutorial is about Comping. ‘Comping’ means ‘accompanying or complementing’ a soloist.

While comping, you have 2 objectives:
– Complement the soloist rhythmically AND harmonically
– Stay out of the soloist’s way

Rhythm Rules
Your goal while comping is to create variety in your rhythm (unlike ‘Vamping’). This is done by:
– Play with OR between the melody
– Play on AND off the beat
– Play short AND long notes

Harmony Rules
– Alter and Substitute Chords
– Add Ornamentals
Voicings Rules
– Pick appropriate register for voicing (generally middle register) & get out of soloist’s way
– Use intervals of 4ths or greater
– You CAN play the root in the bass
– Minimise movement between chords
– Soprano Voice Leading

How to stay our of the soloist’s way
– Play in a different register to soloist
– Use voicings with intervals of 4ths & wider
– Use short notes with pauses – leaving open spaces for soloist
– Don’t use overly complex harmonies/substitutions (at first)
– Listen to the soloist – complement

In the video I use the song ‘Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good to You’ as an example of how to comp.

If you follow the rules and ideas laid out in this video, your comping will sound smooth and professional and tidy.

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COMPLETE INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ: Beginner Jazz Piano Lesson

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3 Jazz Chords Every Beginner Should Know!

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If you are a beginner and want to learn some easy jazz chords – this lesson is for you!

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In this lesson I show you 3 easy jazz chords that all jazz beginner piano players should know!

They include a minor 11, a minor 7 flat 5, and an altered dominant. If the chord names sound like nonsense to you don’t worry because you don’t really need to understand them to be able to play them…. learn the theory later!

With these 3 chords we can construct what is known as a ‘minor II-V-I’ and this sounds awesome! Practice the chords in different keys to get familiar with them and try to incorporate them into your own playing.

If you have any questions just leave them in the comment box below.

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