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Learn 4 Chords – Quickly Play Hundreds of Songs! [EASY VERSION]

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What’s up my piano friends! Today we’re going to go over 4 simple chords you can use even as a beginner to play hundreds of popular songs on piano. Now, this is the simple, easy piano version. You could learn this in anywhere from one day to a week. Literally most beginner’s I’ve taught have learned this thing in about 3 days!

We’re going to simplify it by using some Music Theory Hacks – Don’t worry, you won’t have to understand exactly how they work. Just like you don’t need to understand electricity to use a light switch, you can just use these chords without understanding any of the advanced theory behind them.

So first off, I’m going to show you the exact NOTES of the chords. Next (THIS IS IMPORTANT) we’re going to go over the SYSTEM to learning them. A lot of beginner piano players don’t drill in the chords properly, and they end up frustrated and annoyed when it comes out sloppy, or when they can’t get hands together. But we’re going to eliminate that frustration by drilling it in step-by-step and using some techniques and strategies meant to solidify it into your muscle memory (like “The Four Rhythms!”)

And lastly, we’re going to talk about how to use “Money Patterns” and “Money Variations” to take this pattern to the next level – basically, these are simple variations in rhythm and timing we can easily learn withOUT changing the notes themselves. And it can give you a great way to spice up this chord progression when you use it in actual songs.

Oh, and sidenote: learning this can also help you start to develop some basic improv skills… so it’s like a 2 for 1!

Make sure you download the cheat sheet here to get started:

CHEAT SHEET INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Go here: https://www.bestpianoclass.com/ytdSuperhuman
2. Sign Up with your name and email (yes, it’s really free lol)
3. Scroll down to the bottom and click the “Learn 4 Chords Learn Hundreds of Songs” link
4. Scroll down to “PDF Cheat Sheet” and click the link to get it! The extra resources and videos are there as well

Happy practicing!

-Zach

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-Zach Evans

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I use this chord progression ALL the time when I compose. And guess what? So do a TON of other composers! Why?

Because it’s VERY versatile. As you’ll see in the video this one chord progression can be used to convey a number of different emotions (emotional, catchy, motivational, sad, ect). And it always just seems to have a “magical” quality to it.

Now… why do I recommend it for beginners? First off, this progression is used in a TON of songs since it’s so popular. That means by just learning ONE progression and really working it you already have a bunch of songs under your belt. So it’s a great “bang for your buck” in terms of the usefulness you get out of it for the practice time you put in.

Also, by making a few simple changes (chord variations and substitutions) you can “modify” this chord progression into a ton of similar-but-different chord progressions very easily. As you’ll see in the video, we’re going to come up with 5 other similar chord progressions VERY easily just by changing the order or slightly modifying one of the chords. But you’ll see more in the video.

Oh, and did I mention it’s also VERY easy to improvise over (even if you’re a beginner!) If you stick around to the end of the video you’ll see because of the way this progression’s set up, with a little very simple music theory we can make improvising a breeze. And then we can add a few “money notes” to spice things up even more.

Enjoy the video! If you liked this one, you’ll probably also like my video on the very simple Jazz chord progression that’s ALSO easy to improv over. Here’s the link to that video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmYHB8IBpnA&index=15&list=PLXufPPxby9p66nomvGcar6eebbwVJCC_C

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Learn EVERY Major or Minor Piano Chord in 4 Minutes

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Showing how you can use a really simple formula (MATH) to make absolutely EVERY major or minor piano chord and play a version of any song (in record time!)

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He plays and teaches guitar on his YouTube channel where he regularly releases original music and projects to the adulation of legions of fans, who often compare him to Chris Pratt and one time Ryan Reynolds. He’s currently in the market for a nice leather jacket.

How to Learn New Tunes (Autumn Leaves) │ Jazz Piano Lesson #32

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My original idea was to share this music sheet with you for free, but I had to take it down due to copyright infringement. (Yep, the melody of Autumn Leaves is not old enough just to share it freely.) Luckily, I got some help and now I could re-publish it again through musicnotes.com.

Sheet Music: http://mnot.es/2sFHu7m

About this lesson:

1. Most of the time I follow what is written, but still, you might find some differences here and there.

2. These are the basic steps I follow whenever I learn a new standard. You will benefit a lot from going through these steps too.

3. BEFORE STEP 1: Listen to this song a lot and to try to learn it by ear. (Lyrics too)

4. I am going to upload 6 different arrangements for Autumn Leaves + impro and stuff. (You already heard two of the arrangement at the beginning of this video)
Basically you will get a Complete Autumn Leaves Workout. Very soon. Stay tuned.

About “faking jazz”

Please, if you have the time check out “Universal Mind of Bill Evans”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwXAqIaUahI

Here is a teaser: “People tend to approximate the product rather than attacking it in a realistic, true way at any elementary level — regardless of how elementary — but it must be entirely true and entirely real and entirely accurate. hey would rather approximate the entire problem than to take a small part of it and be real and true about it. To approximate the whole thing in a vague way gives you a feeling that you’ve more or less touched the thing, but in this way you just lead yourself toward confusion and ultimately you’re going to get so confused that you’ll never find your way out.”

0:00 Intro
0:20 Mindset
1:08 Step 1 – Melody + Syncopation
2:04 Step 2 – Syncopated Melody + Root Notes
2:59 Step 3 – Melody + Two-Feel Bass Line
3:58 Step 4 – Melody + Shell Voicings
4:51 Step 5 – All in One

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Note: Once you purchase a sheet music, you will be able to download the PDF file right away from the website. You will also get an email with the downloadable links. (If not, check your spam folder)

To get started you can download the free “how to practice scales (Jazz, Bebop)” here: https://bit.ly/freejazzscales

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Thanks for watching!
See you soon!
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Learn piano easily part-1 !! बड़ी आसानी से पियानो सीखिये

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link for part-2
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=EmbyWiAkA30

Link for part-3
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=EmbyWiAkA30

Link for part-4
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=zms6dhSs3Qc

Link for part-5
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=mzui_kLqiK4
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Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Learning Piano

In today’s lesson, I will share with you the things I wish I knew about when I started learning piano. Whether you are an adult beginner or intermediate student, you will want to pay attention to this lesson. Knowing these and practicing these things can make your learning process on the piano a lot more easy and help develop proper piano playing technique.

WATCH THESE LESSONS TO LEARN MORE
Sight Reading
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Finger Technique

Problem Areas

How Scales, Keys, and Key Signatures Work Together

Mistakes You Should Avoid
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Learn 7 Sweet Jazz Piano Chords

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Here’s the link to this free video lesson http://www.freejazzlessons.com/7-piano-chords/ This jazz piano lesson uses 1 simple triad to build 7 different piano chords. This lesson features a lot of the fundamental concepts behind upper structure triads. The lesson features a variety of minor chords, major chords, and dominant chords. You can go to the site to download the chord chart.
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Easiest Way to Learn Jazz Piano

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It doesn’t matter what instrument you play. If you’re not working on your piano skills, you’re missing out on one of the quickest ways to becoming a better musician.

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In this Jazz Piano Tutorial we will be on how to play Jazz Piano – from beginner to advanced.

In this lesson I try to answer the questions of ‘How to Play Jazz Piano.’ This is quite a difficult question to answer because Jazz is a very fluid and broad genre. There is no ‘right’ way to play Jazz. Consequently, it’s often quite difficult to create a prescriptive series of steps which you must follow in order to be able to play Jazz. The whole point of Jazz is that the musician is just as involved in the composition of a song as the composer. This is why Jazz musicians generally use ‘lead sheets’ rather than ‘sheet music’. Lead sheets intentionally only give you the skeleton of the song (just the basic melody and chords) and force you to make up the rest. It’s up to the musician to take this basic information and turn it into a fully-fledged performance. Nevertheless, when you are just beginning to learn to play Jazz, you’re naturally looking for some guidance about what to play and how to play.

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