This is a video on how to play piano chords for beginners, and this particular lesson introduces ‘wave chords,’ one of my favorite techniques, for you to use in your soloing.
Jazz piano lessons for beginners to jazzy chords and improvisation. Lessons are meant to get you playing beautiful chords as quickly as possible while teaching you the fundamentals of improvisation.
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This is a piano tutorial for beginners, but even if you are an intermediate piano player you will pick up some shortcuts about recognizing chords and intervals quickly by watching this fast-moving video.
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Free Beginner piano lessons – piano lesson 1 – teach yourself how to play piano for beginners – basic keyboard/piano tutorial for the absolute beginner with tips and tricks. Ideal for children & kids in primary school & high school and adult learners. Learn note names, hand positions, simple chords and playing melodies, step by step.
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In this Lesson #1:-
1. Note names
2. Finger exercises for strength and dexterity
3. Playing piano with both hands
4. Simple chords
5. Basic improvising with chords and melody
Notes for the tune at the end of this video lesson. Chords in capital letters in brackets and minus sign shows a very short first note connected to normal one as in “d-e”. You can simplify the tune by leaving out these very short notes.
(C) c b a b c (G) b a g f e d c d (Am) e c c c d (F) d-e c c c (C) c c c c d (G) d-e d c b a g a (Am) a-b a g f e (F) d e c c (C) c g g g (G) b g g g (Am) b c c b a g f e d c d (C) c