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Watch the previous video first https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owLIz74tAhY The Cat in the Hat is back for more stupid piano lessons, but the difference is that I will be voicing Cat in the Hat, and Instead of Mario and Tony, it will Sonic and Tails. Aside from that, the video pretty much the exact same as the last piano lessons.

Piano Lessons For Beginners Lesson 6 – Basic Chords, Time Signatures, Dotted & Tied Notes. In part 6 of our beginner piano lessons, (more here:http://www.piano-keyboard-guide.com/learn-piano.html) we will learn three basic piano or keyboard chords that every beginner should start with. These chords are C major, F major and G major. Also we will continue looking at time signatures. We will move on to the 3/4 time signature. Then we will learn about dotted and tied notes. Piano Lessons for beginners lesson 6.

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Scales are one of the most important things to learn as a new piano player. They are a great way to learn how to move around the keyboard! This lesson will teach you the basics of playing a major scale.

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Make sure you have these progressions in your back pocket the next time you head out to jam! You’ll find these chords everywhere! These progressions show up in both pop and jazz music but can be used within any style of music. Learn these progressions and you will be able to play just about anything!

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Ever wondered, how long does it take to learn piano? I’ve created a video that talks about common mistakes students make when learning piano.

Just like learning anything in life, if you want to improve your skills you need to put in the time. Now, the question is…how much time is that?

Well, it depends. In the video I talk about how the question “how long does it take to learn piano” is not really the right question.

Instead, you need to focus on a few other piano practice elements. Watch this video to learn more.

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Learn how to play intervals and octaves on the piano in this piano lesson with Nate Bosch of PianoLessons.com. Learning how to play intervals and octaves on the piano will give you a head start into learning chords, and creating your own piano chords!
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