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Piano Jazz & Jazz Piano: 2 Hours of Best Smooth Jazz Piano Music

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Piano jazz and jazz piano – TWO hours of the best smooth jazz piano music. Original music composed and recorded by Australian musician David Lewis Luong. Download this album here:

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Featured in this playlist collection are:

Track 1: Sweet dreams (starts at 00:00)
Track 2: Ipanema by night (starts at 6:32)
Track 3: Another world (starts at 11:16)
Track 4: Midnight espresso (starts at 14:33)
Track 5: Smooth as latte (starts at 19:17)
Track 6: Moonlight by my side (starts at 23:51)
Track 7: One night in Paris (starts at 34:13)
Encore starts at 1:04:21

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Morning Coffee House - Relax Jazz Piano Instrumental Background Music

The Best Playlist of Morning Coffee House ! Enjoy 10 Hours of Relax Jazz Piano Instrumental Background Music by Richard Freeman

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Top 50 Best Classical Piano Music

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00:00:00 Liebesträume, S. 541: III. Oh Lieb, so lang du lieben kannst – Franz Liszt
00:04:36 Lieder ohne Worte, Op. 19b: I. Andante con moto – Felix Mendelssohn
00:08:29 Nocturne in B-Flat Minor, Op. 9 No. 1 – Frédéric Chopin
00:13:54 4 Impromptus, D. 935, Op. 142: III. Impromptu in B-Flat Major “Rosamunde” – Franz Schubert
00:25:49 Klavierstücke, Op. 76: IV. Intermezzo. Allegretto grazioso – Johannes Brahms
00:28:22 4 Impromptus, D. 935: II. Impromptu in A-Flat Major – Franz Schubert
00:34:54 6 Lieder, Op. 57: V. Venetianisches Gondellied – Felix Mendelssohn
00:37:59 Intermezzo in E-Flat Major, Op. 117 No. 1 – Johannes Brahms
00:43:20 Intermezzo in B-Flat Minor, Op. 117 No. 2 – Johannes Brahms
00:48:12 Consolation in E-Flat Major, S. 172 – Franz Liszt
00:51:33 Piano Sonata No. 14, Op. 27 No. 2: II. Allegretto – Ludwig van Beethoven
00:57:13 Lieder ohne Worte, Op. 62: VI. Allegretto grazioso “Frühlingslied” – Felix Mendelssohn
00:59:33 Deux Arabesques, L. 66: I. Première Arabesque – Claude Debussy
01:03:43 Moments musicaux, D. 780, Op. 90: IV. Moderato – Franz Schubert
01:05:23 Sonate Pathetique, Op. 13: II. Adagio – Ludwig van Beethoven
01:10:07 Für Elise, WoO 59 – Ludwig van Beethoven
01:12:58 Klavierstück in E-Flat Major, D. 946, No. 2 – Franz Schubert
01:24:07 Intermezzo in A Major, Op. 118, No. 2 – Johannes Brahms
01:30:29 Deux Arabesques, L. 66: Deuxième Arabesque – Claude Debussy
01:33:35 Fantasiestücke, Op. 12: I. Des Abends – Robert Schumann
01:36:59 4 Impromptus, D. 899, Op. 90: III. Impromptu in G-Flat Major – Franz Schubert
01:42:15 Rêverie, L. 68 – Claude Debussy
01:45:59 3 Romances, Op. 28: II. Romanze in F-Sharp Major – Robert Schumann
01:49:21 Sonate in B Minor, Kk. 27 – Domenico Scarlatti
01:54:49 Consolation in D-Flat Major, S. 172 – Franz Liszt
01:57:14 Clair de Lune, L. 32 – Claude Debussy
02:02:13 Träumerei, Op. 15 No. 7 – Robert Schumann
02:05:25 Prelude in D-Flat Major, Op. 28 No. 15, “Regentropfen” – Frédéric Chopin
02:10:12 Nocturne in E-Flat Major, Op. 9 No. 2 – Frédéric Chopin
02:14:30 16 Waltzes, Op. 39: No. 15, Waltz in A-Flat Major “Lullaby” – Johannes Brahms
02:16:08 Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K. 331: III. Alla Turca. Allegretto – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
02:19:35 Lieder ohne Worte, Op.67: IV. Spinnerlied in A Major. Presto – Felix Mendelssohn
02:21:38 Lyric Pieces, Op. 12: IV. Dance of the Fairies – Edvard Hagerup Grieg
02:22:33 Lyric Pieces, Op. 38: I. Berceuse – Edvard Hagerup Grieg
02:24:50 Lyric Pieces, Op. 43: I. Butterfly -Edvard Hagerup Grieg
02:26:27 Lyric Pieces, Op. 54: III. March of the Dwarfs – Edvard Hagerup Grieg
02:29:22 Waltzes, Op. 64: No. 1, Waltz in D-Flat Major “Minute Waltz” – Frédéric Chopin
02:31:06 Sonate facile in C Major, K. 545: I. Allegro – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
02:34:28 3 Gymnopédies: No. 1, Lent et douloureux – Erik Satie
02:38:07 Gnossiennes Nos. 4-6: Gnossienne No. 5 – Erik Satie
02:40:59 Nocturne in C-Sharp Minor Op. Posth. – Frédéric Chopin
02:45:02 Etudes in E Major Op. 10: III. “Tristesse” – Frédéric Chopin
02:49:32 2 Konzertetüden, S.145: No. 1 in A-Flat Major “Waldesrauschen“ – Franz Liszt
02:53:39 Impromptu No. 1 in A-Flat Major, Op. 29 – Frédéric Chopin
02:57:26 The Seasons, Op. 37a: No. 10, October. Autumn Song in D Minor. Andante doloroso e molto cantabile – Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
03:00:50 Pavane pour une infante défunte in G Major, M. 19 – Maurice Ravel
03:07:15 Waldszenen, Op. 82: No. 7, Vogel als Prophet – Robert Schumann
03:10:06 Ballade No. 3 in A-Flat Major, Op. 47 – Frédéric Chopin
03:17:29 8 Klavierstücke, Op. 76: No. 2, Capriccio in B Minor. Allegretto non troppo – Johannes Brahms
03:21:11 Fantasie Impromptu No. 4 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 66 – Frédéric Chopin

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Remember Me - Coco (Piano Cover by Riyandi Kusuma)

Remember Me – Coco (Piano Cover by Riyandi Kusuma)

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The Best Of YIRUMA | Yiruma's Greatest Hits ~ Best Piano

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The Best Of YIRUMA | Yiruma's Greatest Hits ~ Best Piano

The Case for Christ (2017) | Xpиcтoc пoд cлeдcтвиeм.2017
The Lord hath taken away thy judgments,
he hath cast out thine enemy:
the King of Israel, even the Lord, is in the midst of thee:
thou shalt not see evil any more.
Zephaniah 3:15, The Bible

Отменил Господь приговор над тобою,
прогнал врага твоего!
Господь, царь Израилев, посреди тебя:
уже более не увидишь зла.
Софония 3:15, Библия

VIEŠPATS atšaukė tau skirtą nuosprendį,
jis nušlavė šalin tavo priešus.
Izraelio karalius, pats VIEŠPATS, yra tavyje:
tau daugiau nebereikės bijoti nelaimės.
Sofonijo 3:15, Biblija
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Best 5 Piano Learning Apps Reviewed And Compared

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For more details, read the review and comparison of the best piano learning apps:
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Disclosure: The description of this video contains affiliate links. It means, if you click this link and make a purchase, I will give a small commission. It doesn’t affect your price! This helps me to create new content and help others with finding the best way of learning music online. If you do so, thank’s in advance:)
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This video is for everybody who wants to learn the piano online! You are going to find out the best piano app for android and iPad:

1. Playground Session – the most complex piano learning app teaching you to play the piano. Both teens and adults will find here a great source of learning new skills and songs. – – Video review of Playground Session:
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2. Flowkey – Easy to follow app working on all platforms (PC/Mac, iOs, Android). Except for step-by-step courses of piano basics and music theory, you can learn to play hundreds of songs.
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– Full Flowkey video review:

3. Skoove – a modern piano learning software for beginners. It is very easy to use and the learning process goes smoothly.
– Watch the full Skoove review:
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4. Piano Marvel – Thanks to advanced functionality and a rich library of songs and piano compositions, this software is also used in many music schools. Unlike other piano learning apps, Piano Marvel is focused more on classical music.
– Piano Marvel video review:
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5. Yousician – With this app, you can learn to play not only the piano, but also the guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, and singing. All courses contain interactive lessons as well as tons of songs with an amazing sound.
– Watch Yousician piano review:
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There are also other options on how to learn to play the piano online. For learning more about alternatives to these piano learning apps, visit
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The Musiah Piano Method Video – The Best Way To Learn Piano / Keyboard Music Online

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In this video, Piano Teacher & Musiah Inventor Brendan Hogan explains how the Musiah Piano Teaching Method will reduce the time it takes music students to learn how to read notes by at least two years.

Based upon traditional piano teaching methods, the Musiah Piano Method is derived from thousands of hours of pain-staking observation of hundreds of piano and keyboard teachers over a 17 year period.

Whether you’re looking for piano / keyboard lessons for kids or adults at a beginners, mid level or advanced level, Musiah’s online piano lessons are the best piano lessons anywhere online.

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Musiah is the world’s first A.I. (Artificially Intelligent) Virtual Piano Teacher – a new software invention that teaches adults and children how to play piano at a fraction of the cost of traditional private piano or keyboard lessons.

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A recent study showed that Musiah piano / keyboard students learn 5-8 times faster than students learning the same syllabus through traditonal piano / keyboard lessons, and best of all, they have more fun.

Using the latest patented A.I. technology, Musiah responds to your playing just like a traditional piano teacher and encourages you every step of the way.

What could be better than learning how to play the piano / keyboard in the comfort of your own home whenever it suits you.

Musiah makes real piano lessons so affordable. In fact up to 6 members of your family can all learn.

You can learn using a MIDI keyboard or you can even start off playing piano notes on your computer keyboard — so you can try Musiah’s online piano lessons straight away without having to commit to buying a MIDI keyboard.

And right now, you can try Musiah’s online piano lessons FREE for 7 days.

SImply visit to start your FREE 7 Day piano lesson trial now.

Here is a link to an overview of piano lessons online with Musiah:

The benefits of learning how to play piano with Musiah for students, parents and teachers are summarized here:

The Musiah Piano Teaching method has been developed over 17 years and has been taught to more than 80,000 piano students. The Musiah Piano Teaching Method is explained in detail here:

Information on what type of MIDI keyboard to get and also (as a temporary alternative) how to use your computer keyboard to play piano notes is available here:

Piano lessons with Musiah are very affordable, convenient and fun. They bring the opportunity to learn how to play piano to people everywhere.

Here is a link to an overview of piano lessons online with Musiah.

The benefits of learning piano online with Musiah for students, parents and teachers are summarized here.

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In this video I’ll give you an overview of how to read piano sheet music on the grand staff. There are some easy methods that will help you remember the notes more easily. Let me show you how, step by step.

Want to review all of the notes learned in this lesson a little more slowly? Then you should check out the Note Reading Crash Course!

Want to practice reading notes, and get faster and better at it? Why not try the Note Speller for piano?

Want complete piano lessons that start at the beginning? Check out Unit 1 of Year 1 Piano Lessons:

All this and more at:

How To Read Music: Video 1 Grand Staff Notes teaches how to read all the notes on the treble and bass clef staves and how to find them all on the piano keyboard. (Support materials available at

Good for beginners, and it is also good for novice or intermediate students who would like to gain a better understanding of music.

Tips: Read by finger patterns:

Beginner Lesson found at here:
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6 BEST Chord Progressions for Piano Beginners EASY

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What’s up my piano friends! Today we’re going to go over the 6 BEST chord progressions for piano beginners. Trust me, this is the easiest tutorial out there. If you can follow simple instructions on a cheat sheet you can learn this stuff no problem. Here are the 6 progressions (named for the emotion they give off):

1. The “Catchy”
2. The “Emotional”
3. The “Road Trip”
4. The “Evil”
5. The “Somber”
6. The “Sinister”

Oh, and what’s even better, is we use a concept called Chord Stacking to make this EVEN easier! So basically once you learn the first chord progression, we simply “stack” the chords in different orders and transpositions to create the other 5 with zero extra effort on your part.

Sounds too good to be true, but trust me, you’ll see what I mean in the video 🙂

Oh, and MAKE SURE YOU STICK AROUND TO THE END!! We’ll be covering the top 3 “Money Patterns” you can use to really bring these chord progressions to life. I use these ALL the freakin time lol and they work wonders.

And lastly, I’d love to hear from you. Leave a comment and let me know what you thought of the video, if it helped you or if you got stuck somewhere. And make sure you download the cheat sheet it’ll make the whole process 10X easier:

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How to Learn Piano – The 4 Different Ways (& Which 1 is Best)

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So you decided to take the plunge and learn how to play your piano or keyboard? Maybe you tried before and it didn’t stick or maybe you have never even touched a piano or keyboard before. Either way, make sure you are picking the right way for you to learn the piano. Most people don’t realize there are different ways to learn to play so it’s important to understand what the different options are and to determine ahead of time what the best way to learn piano is for you.

Playing the piano is all about playing songs. It blows my mind how much time traditional piano lessons typically spend on activities that are not actual songs… drilling scales, boring theory, etc. If we’re not playing songs on the piano, what are we really doing? Where do you start?

There are four main ways you can learn a new song on the piano and therefore four ways you can learn piano:

1. Sheet Music
2. By Ear
3. YouTube Tutorials
4. Chords & Improvisation (my personal favorite!)

Let’s first look at each in a little more detail then go over which is the best way to learn piano for you.


Sheet Music is the most popular way to learn new songs. This is how I learned piano for twelve years, and it was the least effective way for me to learn. Sure, once you FINALLY learned a new song it was cool, but the pain to get there just wasn’t worth it. There was one song (Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin) I remember was so complicated that it took me a year to learn. Who has time for that? Learning how to read sheet music in the first place takes a lot of time. And even if you know how to read sheet music, it still takes a long time to learn a new song via sheet music. If you weren’t born with some amazing natural ability to read sheet music, I recommend you steer clear.

2 – “BY EAR”

Next, we have “By Ear.” Some people are born with an “ear” for music.
They can recognize notes, chords, and melodies by listening. They can play the piano based purely on something they heard. I’m seriously jealous of these people. I’ve tried and tried to get better at this technique, but sadly it isn’t my thing either. By now you are seeing that I’m really not some musical prodigy, but a regular person like you!


Third, we have YouTube Tutorials which are getting more and more popular as people get mobile devices, tablets, and anything else that allows them to open the YouTube app while sitting at their piano or keyboard. YouTube tutorials can be great, but if you really think about it, they have a striking resemblance to sheet music. Instead of the notes and rhythm being written on a piece of paper, you have someone showing you in a video EXACTLY what to play and when to play it. I always say that typical piano instruction turns you into a robot–if you’re parroting back what someone else tells you to do, are you really learning music?


Finally, we have Chords & Improvisation. I’m a big fan of this method. Obviously, the above methods do work for some people or they wouldn’t exist. But for the average person who doesn’t want to play piano professionally, who doesn’t have a lot of time, and who wants to be able to sound like they know what they’re doing as quickly as possible, then Chords & Improvisation (a.k.a what you’re learning in Piano In 21 Days) is the way to go.

There is a principle called the 80/20 principle–typically 80% of results come from only 20% of the effort. For example, in a business you can usually identify 20% of the everyday activities that account for 80% of the revenue. It’s a way to learn piano fast. Are you a student? I bet only 20% of the material you are studying accounts for at least 80% of what is on the test. The key to applying this principle is to identify the 20% and direct your focus towards that.

The biggest breakthrough I had in the development of Piano In 21 Days was applying the 80/20 principle to the piano. What if I could identify the 20% of the piano-learning process which gives 80% of the results? Most people don’t want to be concert pianists–not because that wouldn’t be cool, but because of the YEARS of tedious practice it would take to get there. What if instead I could offer you a way to sound like you know what you are doing on the piano, learn how to play in your free time, learn the ability to play a nice version of most modern songs, and, best of all, a time-frame of that just WEEKS to get there. Which would you prefer?

Neither Sheet Music, nor “By Ear”, nor YouTube tutorials fits into the model of learning quickly and being easy enough that anyone can learn it. Chords & Improvisation DOES fit in this model, is in my opinion the best way to learn piano.

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This is an issue that really gets me worked up sometimes…when people think that “it’s too late” to learn piano as an adult. I can tell you from experience it’s ABSOLUTELY not true.

I’ve seen time and time again adult beginner piano students absolutely kill it on the keys! But that being said, there are 3 key points that really separate the adult beginners who make it and the adult beginners who don’t. And that’s what I hope to cover in the video.

Basically, kids have some advantages. They have more free time. They have parents that encourage (or threaten!) them to practice. They have fewer other things going on.

But there are also some advantages you have as an adult! We’ll go over them more in the video. Think about those 3 keys and make sure you’re following each of them as an adult piano learner. It’s really what separates the ones that get good from the ones who quit.

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