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This lesson is for anyone who’s started out at the piano and wanting to begin improvising using the chords and scales you have learned along the way. Use a key and chords you are comfortable with, and start experimenting to see what can come out of your jam session. This the best time to explore your piano and bring your playing to a whole new level.

Happy Birthday to You, easy (slow) piano tutorial. Simply follow the colored bars and you’ll be playing Happy Birthday instantly! Play along with the free sheet music from our website: Piano Song Download! http://www.pianosongdownload.com/happybirthdaytoyou.html

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Composer: Traditional, public domain
Arranger: Julie Lind copyright © 2015 for PianoSongDownload
Performed using a midi file Julie Lind created for PianoSongDownload in Synthesia software.

Cyndi Lauper Time After Time – Piano Lessons

Take some piano lessons from Scott Houston “The Piano Guy.” In this video, Scott and guest David Tolley discuss playing the Cyndi Lauper hit, Time After Time. This tune is a great one to learn because the chord changes are pretty simple. You really utilize the sustain pedal.

David shares some ideas for ways to make the song “your own.” He demonstrates some options to change up the melody line: playing it one note at a time, playing in octaves, using chords under the melody line, arpeggiating from the top down or the bottom up.

Scott’s life goal is to help you learn to play piano through piano lessons that you can take anywhere and at any time to get you started having some fun at a piano or keyboard as quickly as possible.

The video concludes with a great performance of David Tolley playing his arrangement of “Time After Time” on piano.

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Cyndi Lauper – Time After Time – Piano Lessons

“Yesterday” Beatles – Piano Lessons

Take some piano lessons from Scott Houston “The Piano Guy.” In this video, Scott and his guest David Tolley, demonstrate how to play The Beatles classic hit, Yesterday. David describes how he personalizes the tune by beginning with a single note melody line. Then he demonstrates how you can fill in by adding chords by rolling up the notes that comprise the chords. Later he uses block chords instead of the rolling chords for a little variety.

David also reveals some techniques to add interest to the right hand melody part. He shows you how you can to add grace notes, run ups (arpeggios) and octaves just to name a few.

Some of the left hand variations shared include: block chords, oompahs, arpeggios and a changing of the rhythm.

Scott’s life goal is help you learn to play piano through piano lessons that you can take anywhere and at any time to get you started having some fun at a piano or keyboard as quickly as possible.

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“Yesterday” Beatles – Piano Lessons

Improvisation – Piano Lessons

Take some piano lessons from Scott Houston “The Piano Guy.” In this video, Scott shows you how to get started improvising on a piano.

Here’s a great tip to try. Use the notes: C, D, Eb, E, G, A
to improvise with your right hand as you play the blues chord changes with your left hand. You will never hit a “bad” sounding note that way, and can improvise all night.

Chords for your left hand part:
C7=C,E, G,Bb
F7=F,A,C, Eb,
G7=G,B,D, F

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Improvisation – Piano Lessons

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Did you just buy your first keyboard and have no idea how to get started? Then you’ve come to the right place! In this mini-series I’m going to cover all of the basic concepts and teach you how to jumpstart your piano or keyboard playing career. Emphasis is on practical lessons with real-life applicability, aimed at pop/rock musicians.

In this video we’ll be expanding your chord vocabulary by adding five new chords! You’ve already learned C, F, Am and G. Now we’re going to add Em, E, A, Dm and Fm. Put together you will now have a pretty impressive arsenal of chords that can be used to play many many popular songs.

Next lesson we’ll take a closer look at your left hand and discuss left hand bass notes.

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The ‘I’ ‘IV’ and ‘V’ chords are some of the most important chords you’ll find in music. Whether you are jamming with friends, playing in church or that everyday pop song, the foundation of your progression is key, so check out this lesson for some great ways to rethink these chords!

Hang On Sloopy – Piano Lessons

Take some piano lessons from Scott Houston “The Piano Guy.” In this video, Scott and his guest, Dave Powers, discuss how to play the rock tune “Hang On Sloopy” which is a great 3-chord tune.

This song uses 1-4-5 chord changes. First Dave plays the baseline with his left hand and the chords in his right hand.

Dave demonstrates playing the melody line and the chorus. Then Dave shows you how to play root chords in the left hand. Then he stretches out a bit and uses power chords in his left hand along with the baseline to simulate a rock n roll guitar.

Scott’s life goal is to help you learn to play piano through piano lessons that you can take anywhere and at any time to get you started having some fun at a piano or keyboard as quickly as possible.

The video concludes with a great performance by Dave Powers playing “Hang on Sloopy” on piano.

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Hang On Sloopy – Piano Lessons

This lesson is all about two handed piano playing. You can expect some general tips on two hand piano playing as well as some exercises that I recommend to improve your playing.

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General Tips on Playing With Both Hands
1. Learn the piece, example, etc hands separate first, then put hands together.
2. Play SLOWLY
3. When first learning to play hands together, avoid examples with complicated rhythms.

1. Scales
Scales are a good way for beginners to develop dexterity and coordination when playing keyboard with both hands. This is because playing scales involves playing notes in synch with one another. Usually scales are played with the same rhythm in both hands, so no worries trying to play different rhythms and concentrating on notes at the same time.
Where should you start? Start with the C Major scale and learn it hands separate. Then try playing the scale ascending very slowly with both hands. Once you are able to play the scale ascending, learn the scale descending. Then play the scale ascending and descending. Learn 1 scale a week until you can play all the major scales slowly. Then gradually increase the tempo over weeks to achieve greater speed.
Here is a scale exercise. Start with C Major and play up the scale with half notes in the right hand while playing whole notes in the left hand. Then do the same but with half notes in the left hand and whole notes in the right had.
2. Hanon
Are great for developing two handed dexterity between both hands. These are for playing in parallel meaning you are playing the same intervals at the same time. Try learning one a day or one a week until you learn them all. Play them slow at first then over weeks gradually increase the tempo.
http://www.hanon-online.com/
3. Czerny
These are highly recommended for practice playing different rhythms and pitches for each hand.
http://pianoexercises.org/exercises/czerny/

The easiest way to learn piano chords:
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This lesson is designed to help you warm up at the piano. Warm ups are a very important part of a practice routine. They are good for warming up our muscles as well as helping us to develop dexterity, keyboard familiarity and hand independence. This lesson contains sheet music that will allow you to follow along at your own piano as you watch this lesson.

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