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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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The piano is a great instrument to play in a band or as a solo act. Why? Because you can play both the melody and the rhythm on your own. One of the biggest struggles as a beginner pianist or someone who’s pushing through to the next level of the piano is syncing up your left and right hand. But once you perfect this craft your left hand becomes the best support for your right hand. The left hand can play simple octaves or broken arpeggios. But, before you start jumping into more advanced methods with the left hand, start simple, let it become the best support as possible, so your right hand can free flow, exploring the melody of the music you’re playing.

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I spent a great many years feeling confused by inversions. Because my piano beginnings were based on classical training, I had to play them a great deal. I am thankful for this now because I see the greater picture and realize that all those tedious inversion practices lead me toward being able to play music I loved!

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Once you’ve mastered the basics of playing chords and progressions, it’s time to take that playing to the next level. This lesson takes a look at giving your music a bit more life and beauty, just by taking simple 3 note triads and switching them up a bit using inversions and minors to create something new. So, take these concepts and make them part of your everyday practicing. Don’t feel locked down to simple chord structures, explore your piano and see what you can add or take away! Enjoy

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What makes pop music so catchy and irresistible? This lesson will give you the rundown on some of the elements that make pop music so fun!

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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!

How to build scales on piano. http://www.piano-keyboard-guide.com/piano-scales.html Major, natural (pure) minor, harmonic minor, melodic minor and chromatic scales. Piano/keyboard lessons.

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In this video, our three focus points are: Broken Chords (taking the triad and playing the individual notes), Staccato and Legato articulations (S: playing one note after the other without blending it with the next/L: blending the notes together) and Rhythm in Practice (using the above to invent your own practice routines and free your fingers, discover your own style and develop keyboard awareness).

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