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Personal Piano Professor, Issue#115 -Playing Gospel Piano
July 19, 2019
Hello Friends!

Learn chord inversions and how to use them.

Hello fellow players,

What if you could lock yourself in a room and get 4.5 hours ofministry-focused instruction from the man behind many of yourfavorite gospel albums?

Would that excite you?

Well, you're definitely in luck! Because I've found a resourcethat'll uncover tons of contemporary gospel secrets from one ofthe baddest gospel musicians in the industry today, Mr. JasonWhite!

You'll get the opportunity to learn flavorful approaches,chords, movements, patterns, "licks & tricks," and real songsfrom Jason White, but not only that...

You'll learn the music ministry side of things too. This isn'tjust for someone who wants to steal a bunch of chords and soundgood, although you'll get dozens upon dozens of chords and willcertainly sound 10 times better after devouring this course.This is deeper than that though.

To learn more, click the link below:

Click the link below for a great video presentation!!!

Gospel Music Training Center

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.

The 12 bar Blues for piano

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!!

Thanks, Greg

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