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Piano Chord Hacks #5: Making It Fancy (Piano Lesson)

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It’s time to make things fancy! Piano chord inversions and left hand patterns are awesome ways to sound pretty darn good at the piano, but there’s even more you can do to really make things sound awesome! This lesson teaches you how to make your chords fancy using techniques like trills, sus chords, passing notes, broken chords and more!

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How To Read Notes (Beginner Piano Lesson)

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Once you’re done this one and want to learn about sharps and flats, head here: ►https://youtu.be/Bh4YYNI-bT0

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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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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How to Play Jazz Blues (The First Ten Steps) │Blues Piano Lesson #14

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Do you need a practice plan for this lesson? Alright, check this out:

In the video, I start with step 5, just because I don’t want to bore you with the basics. However, if you never played a walking bass before, the following practice plan is for you.

First, let’s create a very simple walking bass for this project.
Step 1 – 4:21
Step 2 – 4:53
Step 3 – 5:22
Step 4 – 5:51

You can memorize the same walking bass line that is shown in the video, or you can create your own based on the simple rules I just presented you in Step 1,2,3 and 4.

Before we start to improvise over our walking bass, let’s just get familiar with the 12 bar blues form, by playing Step 5 again and again.

Step 5 – 0:20
LH: Walking Bass
RH: Voicings (Rootless voicings + Basic 7th chords too)

(Note: In a jazz school, you learn that playing chords with the root, it’s a ‘no no’. Especially when you play walking bass with your left hand, or you have a bass player in the band. And that’s a great rule. However, if you do it here and there, just because this is the sound you are looking for, no worries. Nobody is going to think that you are a bad person.)

Step 6 – 0:48
LH: Walking bass
RH: Common Jazz Comping Rhythms

Once you feel comfortable with Step 5, add some rhythm to your voicings. Again, you can copy mine (if you are a beginner and need some ideas) or create your own. The best if you can vary/change your rhythm patterns whenever you play through the form.

Step 7 – 1:17
Can you play a five-finger blues scale up and down and keep the left hand steady? Let’s figure this out. If the answer is yes, move to Step 8.

Step 8 – 1:46
Can you play the complete ‘A minor blues scale’ up and down and keep the left hand steady? Let’s figure this out. If the answer is yes, move to Step 9.

Step 9 – 2:15
Student A: You can already start to improvise freely with the blues scale.
Student B: Whenever you start to improvise freely with your right hand, you mess up the walking bass.
Solutions:
1. Go back to Step 4 and 5 and play it 100 times.
2. Create a blues improvisation etude

When you create or follow my improvisation etude, you are practicing to get use to the randomness that is happening in your right hand. Since it is ‘planned randomness’ you have a bigger chance to keep your left hand steady.

Once you memorized the etude, you can try to play some melodic or rhythm variations on it.

Step 10 – 2:44
Find an A minor blues lick (just one or max 2) and apply it to your 12 bar blues.

Bonus Step – 3:13
Let’s go back to our Improvisation etude, and try to add some blues licks to it.

When you completed all these steps, just forget everything you learned so far and start to improvise freely 🙂

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

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COMPLETE INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ: Beginner Jazz Piano Lesson

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4 Songs That Are Perfect For Beginners (Piano Lesson)

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Can you play a song the first time you ever play the piano?

YES!

When I was teaching privately, I would always make sure the student played a song in their very first lesson.

Playing songs is why we play the piano. It’s FUN.

Many beginners don’t believe they can play songs that fast. Maybe you don’t. But you don’t have to practice technique for months to be able to have fun and play some real music.

Here are 4 songs that are perfect for beginners. For each song, I’ve included a chord chart that you can download for FREE so you can follow along and practice at home.

Most of these songs are taken from our 500 Songs in 5 Days training pack, which is an awesome way to learn popular songs super fast 🙂
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Here are the songs and timecodes:

– Song #1 – Cups (When I’m Gone) by Anna Kendrick – 0:37
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– Song #2 – Hello by Adele – 2:38
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– Song #3 – Just The Way You Are by Bruno Mars – 4:14
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– Song #4 – Someone You Loved by Lewis Capaldi – 5:29
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These 4 exercises are fantastic for anyone wanting to improve their speed, dexterity, hand independence, and control.

These are geared towards beginners, but they can be used by any level as a great way to ‘wake up’ the fingers and develop muscle memory.

Here are the four exercises and their timecodes:

1. The Five Finger Sale – 0:20

This exercise uses the five finger scale to work on control and hand independence. Start slow, and make sure that you are always in control of the notes you are playing.

To make it more difficult, you can try playing one hand smoothly (legato) and the other hand sharply (staccato). To make it even MORE difficult try it with each hand playing a different length note.

2. The Contrary Motion Scale – 3:10

This scale sounds fancy, but it’s not as hard as it sounds. Start with both thumbs on Middle C. Then play the C scale UP with your right hand and DOWN with your left.

When you’re comfortable, start experimenting with dynamics, to control the volume.

3. The Solid Claw – 4:55

This is called the claw because we make a claw shape with our hand, and use our 1, 3 and 5 fingers to play a chord. Once you can play a chord, work your way up the keyboard to play a chord on each note, and come back down again.

If this is too difficult, you can take out the middle finger for now, and just use the top and bottom notes.

4. The Broken Claw – 6:19

This is very similar to the Solid Claw, except instead of playing the notes as chords, we are going to play each one separately. This exercise can be very challenging, so make sure you take it slow.

These lessons vary in difficulty, so if you can’t do them all, that’s ok! Work on what you can do, and practice to get better. If you can do them all, that’s great! Work to get them faster, and check out some of our more advanced exercises on our channel.

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How To Play Piano – EASY First Piano Lesson!

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Learn how to play piano with this EASY first piano lesson! FREE Beginner Piano Lessons E-Book (sample): https://www.patreon.com/posts/beginner-piano-26463975 // Don’t forget… ⬇︎

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Use these 5 beginner piano exercises to GET THOSE FINGERS MOVING. Perfect for sitting at the piano, having fun and playing some actual piano music whilst also developing your core skills.

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Every exercise can be done in the right hand, the left hand and BOTH HANDS TOGETHER so your left and right hand coordination will go through the roof!

Oh and did I mention… By the end of the video you WILL be able to play your very first chord progression!

As always I put a lot of thought into how these exercises build in layers so…

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1:00 – First we look at moving the fingers as a scale. Moving up and down the notes evenly. This develops strength and smoothness in the playing.

4:12 – Secondly we look at a similar exercise but using arpeggios, or broken chords. This is amazing because now we venture into the realm of actual music. (Think someone like you by Adele)

6:27 – Third, we look at a simple triad (chord) and work on a few ways we can keep a steady rhythm going. This is great for developing your sense of timing.

8:22 – The fourth exercise takes this chord and shifts it around to different positions on the keyboard to create a really nice chord progression. This will be your first piece of actual music!

11:13 – And lastly, we take the chord progression from exercise four and play it slightly differently to give you some variety and develop your left and right hand coordination!

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How to play piano: The basics, Piano Lesson #1

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This is a video lesson intended for people who want to learn how to play piano.

And yes, it’s free, I think people anywhere deserve a chance to learn how to play piano for free! It’s an international language and piano as well as music is such a wonderful skill to have.

This is a reshoot of the old series of How to play piano started by http://www.howtoplaypiano.ca

Here is a link to a chart of a piano lesson overview of all my piano lessons. This chart shows everything I cover. To view the index go here.
http://www.howtoplaypiano.ca/?page_id=67

If you’re looking to buy a keyboard to start playing piano check this page out to see my piano recommendations.
http://www.howtoplaypiano.ca/?page_id=122

Course playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP9cbwDiLzdL6IS4-rmzR42ghq3T56XnK
Some mistakes to avoid as a beginner: https://youtu.be/wE75Oim2PSE
Did you just buy your first keyboard and have no idea how to get started? Then you’ve come to the right place! In this mini-series I’m going to cover all of the basic concepts and teach you how to jumpstart your piano or keyboard playing career. Emphasis is on practical lessons with real-life applicability, aimed at pop/rock musicians.

In this video I’ll be covering how to name notes, and then present some essential chords which will get you started: C major, F major, G major and A minor.

Next lesson we’ll work on your accompaniment skills, so stay tuned! I plan on releasing a new video about once a month.
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