http://fastpianolessons.com – This is part 3 of a 3 part series where we cover an easy blues piano lesson that you should be able to learn in about 10 minutes! Just rewind the video a couple times.
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From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com , this is Chapter 10 from “Blues for Piano and Keyboards” as found on our Blues Piano Site at: http://www.KeyboardBlues.com
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Focus: Second part of the song going over modal theory in improvisation plus a good look at ideas and chord connections… video gets better as ideas start flowing.
Practice: Apply the modal theory improvisation law to your own songs, or this song.
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In this Video I will be showing a simple technique to practice playing piano with both of your hands. This will take time to get it right, but practice one hand first and then the other. Remember when playing a song to play the chords on your left hand and notes on your right. Please show your support by a comment, rate, or subscribing.
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Learn simple chord cycles to improve your piano abilities with this easy tutorial. These Chords are very easy to learn and important to master, they are the kindergarten level of Piano! Everyone has to start with learning the very easiest piano skills and this is it.
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This is the Video Piano Lesson version of Chapter 9 from ‘Blues for Piano and Keyboards’.
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