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Introducing GospelKeys 101...

Now In Less Than 2 Hours, You Can Jump Start Your Piano Playing With These 3 Easy Steps!

Dear Friend,

Jermaine Griggs, the pioneer of the award-winning GospelKeys learning system, has come up with 3 simple steps so that you won't waste any time at all. In fact, it'll virtually cut your learning time in half! I copied and pasted the most important parts below so you can get a general idea.


Step One: Determining the Melody

Step Two: Harmonizing the Melody

Step Three: Adding the Bass

These three steps are not super complicated theories that require several years of experience. In fact, they were designed for the total beginner with absolutely no musical experience.

What most people don't understand is that most songs follow patterns. If you've been mistakenly learning songs, one by one, you're only exercising your ability to MEMORIZE chords --- and
that's exactly why it takes SO LONG to learn just one song.


If you concentrate on LEARNING PATTERNS, you'll never go wrong because songs are built on repeating patterns. You should NEVER EVER have to memorize dozens of songs when they all share the same exact CHORDS, PROGRESSIONS, AND PATTERNS.

So head over to their site and let me know what you think

If you have any questions, feel free to reply.

Talk soon,

P.S. - You might find more interesting information, techniques, or resources just by clicking around on their website..

Dance Like David Danced piano tutorial

Psalm 140: 1-6

Praise the Lord! Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens! Praise him for his mighty deeds; praise him according to his excellent greatness! Praise him with trumpet sound; praise him with lute and harp! Praise him with tambourine and dance; praise him with strings and pipe! Praise him with sounding cymbals; praise him with loud clashing cymbals! ...

Just love playing this hand clapping praise song in church. It always gets people on their feet!

The version below by Salvador is one of my favorites.Got to see him do this when I lived in Albuquerque NM. The most popular version is by Fred Hammond also below.

Dance Like David Danced tutorial

The tutorial video below breaks this popular praise song into two parts.

The chords for the verse are Am7 and E7 with a signature bass line.

The chords for the bridge or release are / Dm7 - G7 / Cmaj7 - Fmaj7 /

Bm7b5  - E7 /  Am7 /:  /played two times.

I am including a link to a great exercise that will help you with not only this song but many others that have similar chord progressions. Pay special attention to the second video called the ll - V  I progression.

Common Chord Progressions

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