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Personal Piano Professor, Issue#020 -New Gospel Song
August 27, 2013
Hello again!!

Learn to play When I think about the Lord

Hi every one.

Once again , thank you for your interest in these free online lessons. I sincerely hope that you are experiencing all the great benefits learning to play keyboards has to offer.

I really appreciate each and everyone of you who take the time to contact me and offer suggestions for lessons. I really wish I could be there in person to help with everyone's goals when it comes to learning to play keyboards.

It's hard to know where everyone is in their learning curve and your communications help me greatly.

I have been asked to be Minister of Music at a new Church in my area and have been learning lots of new tunes to teach the worship team and play on Sundays.

As I learn these new tunes I intend to share them all with you with the hopes that you will I can reinforce basic concepts and keyboard skills.

When I think about the Lord.

When I think About the Lord is a beautiful and inspiring song that I hope you will enjoy learning.

In this song we will get to reinforce some concepts such as slash/chords, the 2-5-1 progression, extended chords and modulation/transposition.

By learning this song, not only will you have added a great new tune to your praise and worship song list but you will re-enforce some valuable keyboard and theory skills as well.

If you are accompanying a singer or singing this yourself this lesson will give you a feel for how to successfully and easily play a great sounding chord foundation.

The free lesson includes a chord chart, you tube videos and tutorials, and links to review all the relevant keyboard concepts to move you closer to your keyboard goals

You can start by clicking on the link below to get into the lesson. While on the site take time to explore and perhaps you will find other lessons that will work for you.

When I think about the Lord

Shameless Commerce Section

Feature Article --- A Personal Referral

There are literally tons of music sites out there --- some are quite informative while others simply waste your time. As I was surfing the net (a while back), I came across a site that simply blew me away!

It offered over 60 free online piano lessons, resources, and even a Beginners Gospel Piano Course for students who are serious about learning to play gospel music by ear.

As I began reading about the Gospel Keys 101 course, I was truly amazed at all the topics covered in this course. It covered beginning techniques, music theory, chords, harmony, improvisation, and more! Believe me... these are just some of the concepts in the course. To tell you the truth --- I can't even remember all of topics covered because there are so many.

At this point, I knew I had to contact the author about setting up some type of deal for my website visitors. I have good news --- I was able to get an unbeatable deal to offer my visitors this course at more than half off.

I personally recommend "Gospel Keys 101" course and through my relationship with Jermaine (the author of this course), I've been able to get him to throw in some bonus items (you'll see them once you visit the site).

He has taught literally thousands of musicians how to play the piano by ear. I don't know how long he can allow me to offer my visitors this amazing bargain, but if you are serious about learning to play the piano by ear, I wouldn't pass up this opportunity.

Click here to learn the secrets to playing gospel hymns and congregational songs by ear.

I highly recommend it.

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..

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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