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Learn Piano Improvisation in 5 minutes!! Hey my name is Mark and today I’m going to teach you how to walk up to any piano, and play something like this: I guess you kinda get the idea. The best thing is: this is on the spot, improvised and you can do it too! Because it is SUPER EASY! Let’s have a look at what you have to play, right now. Now here is the best thing: if you happen to forget the order of these chords, it doesn’t matter. You can play them in any order. As long as you play these notes. So let’s write them on the board. So that’s how to improvise on a really cool chord progression. You can play this for hours on end, have a lot of fun with it,. Try it out. You can even change the order of the chords in order to make it more interesting for you. Now if you want to learn more stuff about piano, keep in mind that I just released a new course on Skillshare, you can find that via the link in the description box down below, make sure to check that out! You will get 60 days free access to that course, and there is over 30 hours of piano instruction, there’s a piano workbook, and there’s tests as well, at the end of every chapter, to make sure that you’ve learned everything you need to know. Get your 60 days free via the link down below, right now!

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The tutorial above is Lesson No. 1 from this Course. On top of giving you detailed practice tips for the first 7 pieces from Nikolaev’s School, I also share the fundamental ‘building blocks’ of piano playing – information that all beginners (and their teachers) should know.

Video highlights:
00:14. Nikolaev’s Russian School of Piano Playing – a short overview.
00:56. The 3 Main Piano Pillars that should be harmoniously combined in a beginner’s practice.
02:37. Let’s have fun! Learning the correct posture and key attack while picking out by ear easy melodies.
03:40. The Basic Playing Movements.
05:58. Piano Fingering. Our Fingers and Their Numbers.
06:36. What is non-legato? Practicing Piece No. 6 – Corn-Flower.
09:26. The first 7 pieces from Nikolaev’s School: detailed demonstration.
13:05. Inventing your own melodies.
14:34. Picking out by ear your favorite songs.
15:11. Starting to explore the Basics of Musical Notation.
16:05. The Main Note Durations: the whole note, the half note and the quarter note.
16:46. The Main Time Signatures.
17:52. The Basics of Conducting
19:12. The Staff and the Clefs.
21:01. Conclusion.

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Nikolaev’s Russian School of Piano Playing. Video Course for Beginners. Lesson No. 1

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From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com , this is the updated version of the online latin piano lesson series – lot’s of cookin’ riffs to check out! Take a look at our website for a full lineup of jazz piano lessons, blues piano lessons and gospel piano lessons.

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Piano Lessons Gone NUTS! Video 1 of MANY coming up where Shawn answers the common everyday questions about music that everyone has. I’ve taught piano lessons for over 23 years, and played professionally for longer than that! No cold lifeless animated lessons here, or watered down lessons by someone who doesn’t understand themselves what they are trying to teach you! I’m ready to teach and help you to reach your goal and dream of playing the piano successfully. Enjoy.

Focus: How to not only practice, but how to develop the mind to think about fingers independently so that in the end, each finger is as strong as the others and the two hands become one extension of your emotional centre.

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Some very good practice tips including my own daily routine (within the scope of the video). Realise that the fingers don’t have muscles, rather they have tendons. You never seek to ‘strengthen finger muscles’, you seek to develop a mental connection between your mind and its absolute positivity regarding any pianistic requirement (difficult passage, etc), removing any doubt or negativity from this process.

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Get ready to play a jazz duet 🙂 Level: Late Intermediate

Step 7 – Walking Bass + Rootless Voicings
Preview: 0:04
Tutorial: 1:04

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RH: Rootless Voicings
LH: Walking Bass

All the things you are chords (AABA):

|Fm7 |Bbm7 |Ebmaj |Abmaj |
|Dbmaj |G7 |Cmaj7 |Cmaj7 |

|Cm7 |Fm7 |Bb7 |Ebmaj |
|Abmaj |D7 |Gmaj7 |Gmaj7 |

|Am7 |D7 |Gmaj7 |Gmaj7 |
|F#m7 |B7 |Emaj7 |C+ |

|Fm7 |Bbm7 |Ebmaj |Abmaj |
|Dbmaj |Dbm7 |Cm7 |Bm7b5 |
|Bbm7 |Eb7 |Abmaj | G7 C7 |

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