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Personal Piano Professor, Issue#105 -Increase you finger speed and dexterity.
March 21, 2018
Develop Finger Speed and DexterityGreetings keyboard fans!!
If you want to learn the secrets to fast, precise playing, I've found exactly what you're looking for.
This free lesson will show you how to shows you how to use Hanon finger exercises to increase your hand and finger speed, dexterity, coordination, independence, agility, accuracy, and more.
Many students report phenomenal results after applying just the FIRST exercise to their practice routine.
Be warned: There's nothing "new" about hanon exercises. In fact, they were devised over 100 years ago by Charles-Louis Hanon.
But up until now, they've only been used by classical players who can read sheet music and are extremely intimidating to everyone else.
for my free lesson and video demonstration click the link below
Dear Fellow Musician,
What if you could pop a CD into your home or car stereo and learn everything you needed to know to start playing beautiful chords on the piano?
I'm talking about all the same chords used to play practically every popular song out there! The ones you grew up listening to... the songs you now enjoy... classic holiday tunes... even your kids' favorite songs... and more!
What if you could learn all the chords that make up those songs in just an hour or so? Would you be excited?
My good friend Jermaine Griggs over at Hear and Play Music is going to reveal an approach that allows you to learn anywhere: at your piano, in your car, on your ipod® while at the gym --- ANYWHERE!
So, if you have a CD player and two hours to spare, then you have what it takes to start mastering chords by ear.
For more info click the link below
Piano Improvisation starts here!
Have you ever thought: “How excellent would it be to sit at a piano and play any melody that comes into my mind – without any notes?”
Or: What do I do when my band wants me to take a Piano Solo?
Piano improvisation, is the art of spontaneously playing melodies on the piano at the spur of the moment.
You may think it is domain of few very creative, experienced, and gifted musicians and thus unreachable for hobbist musicians or beginners. However......
I believe if you read on and go through some of the suggestion contained in these lessons that you or anyone can begin to learn this awesome skill.
View the whole video lesson by clicking below.
Learn the 12 bar blues progression on piano."
Learning the 12 bar blues progression is basic to understanding the roots of American popular music.
When you see a group of musicians getting together to play everyone seems to know what to do almost magically.
This is because at one time or another they learned the 12 bar blues progression.
While there are lots of variations of this timeless progression the most common is a three chord 12 measure version explained in this lesson.
I want to remind you that many of the ideas for lessons come from those of you who contact me with questions. I encourage you to let me know what you need.
Also you can find a contact form on the site and suggest a song for a future lesson. Don't be shy. Let me know how i can help!!
I am grateful for all of you, and wish you the best success in your playing!!
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