Piano Lessons Gone NUTS! Another video of MANY 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.
Piano Lessons Gone NUTS! I’m Shawn Cheek, and I’ve taught piano lessons professionally for over 23 years, and played professionally for longer than that! I’ve arranged this to sound GOOD for solo piano at home, and I hope you guys enjoy it! http://www.twitter.com/webpianoteacher is his Twitter page to receive tweets when Shawn uploads a new video. Enjoy!
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Beginner Piano Lessons Part 7 – Music Rests and Note values. In this piano lesson we will take a look at music rests and note values. More here: http://www.piano-keyboard-guide.com/learn-to-play-the-piano.html What are music rests? We talk about the sixteenth, eighth, quarter, half and whole rests as well as their time values.
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Patsy Cline – Crazy – Piano Lessons
In this video, Scott Houston “The Piano Guy” and his guest pianist, Bradley Sowash, show you how to play “Crazy” Patsy Cline’s timeless country hit. Bradley starts out by determining the chords for the song. This song has easy chord changes, and the chords are spelled out in the video.
Bradley teaches a country lick, The Floyd Cramer Lick. Floyd Cramer Piano music is some of the best country piano music out there. in addition to the piano lick, Bradley demonstrates a faux stride technique. Many players find stride piano difficult, so this faux stride is a great technique to get the terrific sound while removing 90% of the difficulty.
Bradley teaches how to add a great intro to the song simply by playing the chords found in the last few measures of the song. This intro technique can be used for liberally any song.
Piano triplets and how to count 12/8 rhythm are also demonstrated in this video. The video concludes with a great performance of Bradley playing “Crazy” on Piano.
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In this video, I’m checking out Simply Piano by Joytunes. I’ve been a bass player for years, but I’m trying to learn how to play keys to help my music production. I hope this review is helpful to anyone wanting to use technology to enhance their music.
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Welcome to piano lesson number 4 in our “PKG” series of piano lessons for beginners with yours truly, Mantius Cazaubon. In this one, PKG 004, we recap what we’ve learned so far in lessons 1 to 3 such as the notes and keys of the piano, sharps and flats, and half steps and whole steps. We take a look at the notes of the C major scale and learn to play an easy song in that scale or key. We also talk about piano finger numbers, the major scale formula and more.
Piano Lessons For Beginners – How To Play The Piano – PKG 001: https://youtu.be/gl_gMw_7Xx8