Learn To Play Piano At Home

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Blues Piano Lessons – The “Full Chord Slide”. Try this simple technique that will add tons of interest to your piano and keyboard playing.

This lesson will teach you how to read music faster by using intervals. Breeze through your sheet music after you understand what intervals are and how to use them. If you don’t know how tor read music yet, check out this lesson https://goo.gl/v4LXGB. If you are a beginner who is wondering how to get far better at reading music, this is the lesson for you. Remember that a music interval is the distance between two notes. Intervals go from 2nd, to 8th (also called an octave) and beyond. By looking at and understanding how far apart notes are, you can read them much more quickly. You want to practice reading intervals 2nd through octave on the piano everyday to really get a handle on this technique. Practice this for a month and I think you will really notice that your ability to read music will be much faster and better.

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Lesson Timeline
00:00 Introduction
00:24 Music Note Reading Review
04:27 Using Intervals to Read Music Faster
24:44 Practice Assignment
31:16 Outro – Lesson Wrapup

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This video shows Yuna Park (age 9) on her first attempt at Performance Challenge at the end of Level 8 of the Musiah piano lessons course. Sincere thanks to Yuna and Sungchan (Yuna’s father) for sharing this video, and well done Yuna – Terrific Work!

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This lesson covers how to use the right sustain pedal on piano.

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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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Jerry really wants to learn how to play the piano. Just two problems. One, his piano is haunted. Two, the piano instructor is probably a psycho murderer. Maybe he should have picked up the guitar instead.

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Watch the sequel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGnG4-tglx8&t=396s Mario took Tony the tiger to piano lessons with The Cat in the Hat. He teaches Tony how to play songs the stupid way, or lets just say plays the piano the whole time during the lesson instead of teaching.

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Learning piano chords and chord progressions can seem pretty daunting, but you can get a long way on the instrument by knowing just a few. In fact, you can play hundreds of songs if you learn just four easy piano chords.

In this tutorial I’m going to assume you’re a beginner and that, while you know the basic notes on the piano keyboard, you know little or nothing about chords, harmony and improvisation. I’ll teach you four chords and a simple progression in the key of C that you can adapt to help you play very many different songs. You can also use this easy tutorial to start learning some bits and pieces of piano improvisation, and as an intro to some of the other piano tutorials on my channel.

The chords I look at are C, F, G and A minor. The first thing I explain is the importance of being able to play these chords in many different voicings and inversions – the piano offers hundreds of different ways of playing simple chords, and it’s important that you really get comfortable with find chord shapes quickly on the keyboard.

From there we take a simple chord progression and begin to play it to time, starting with just single chords and moving on to slightly more complex, but easy piano comps. We also look at ways that you can start improvising on the chords to create more interesting effects, and also mention playing in different keys and learning how to pick out melody at the keyboard.

A really important point that I make several times is that you have to practise this pretty hard – learning piano isn’t easy, and it’s really crucial that you give your brain time to adjust to the complex stuff you’re asking it to do. However, with a few hours or days of practice it shouldn’t take long for you to get pretty reasonable at playing chords on the piano. It’s all about determination and sticking to it!

If you’ve enjoyed this tutorial you might also like my book, How To Really Play The Piano – there’s a link at the top of this description.

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