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From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com – this is the updated full free version of Blues Piano Lessons, Ch. 8. In this chapter, we’re going to learn to expaaaaand the “Blues Static Riff” from chapter 6. Check it out!

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Blues riffing ain’t so hard. Here’s a simple way to learn any riff!

The scales and shapes that make up the blues are just rife with riffing possibilities! So if you’ve ever wanted to create some awesome riffs and licks, look no further than the pentatonic scale! It’ll make a great basis for riff creation and development.

Another vid of Interview with the Vampire.
It’s about Claudia and her piano lessons.
The music is from the soundtrack of the movie ‘The piano’ from Michael Nyman. The song’s called ‘The heart asks pleasure first / The promise’
Edit: As many people asked about the song Claudia plays at the end in the original movie I’ve to say that I don’t know the name of it. There are a few other vids here with the same question. But none of them apparently have a clue. So, I’m sorry I can’t tell you.
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Starting out at the piano can feel a little overwhelming. Here’s some quick tips to get you playing music at the keyboard in no time!

Learn basic piano chords in this easy piano lesson for beginners. Learn chords by key. We will take a look at the keys of F, D and A major and the primary and relative minor chords in these keys, as well as the notes of each key (or the scale). This is PKG 007 in our piano lessons series. Created by yours truly, Mantius Cazaubon.

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Learn how to play the dorian mode on the piano in this piano lesson with Nate Bosch! To learn more about the Dorian mode and how it can improve your piano playing visit PianoLessons.com. There you can learn all of the 7 piano modes, as well as many other piano lesson!
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Let’s take a look at two simple 7th chords in a couple keys and use this to build those chords. If you know the notes in you major scales all you need to do is count up from your root note to the 7th, relative to that key. Once you locate that 7 note drop it a semi-tone and make it a flat. But, when it comes to making a minor chord all that needs to be done is drop the 3rd note in your triad a semi-tone as well.
Enjoy this quick crash course to adding some bluesy sounds to your piano playing. Feel free to leave a comment or question below, we would love to hear your feedback!