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Piano Lesson Online Video Podcast

Piano Lesson Online Video Podcast


       

Online video piano lessons. Full library of video piano lessons available for absolute beginners through very advanced players. Beginners, learn to play piano by ear in the original course. Intermediate and advanced players, dig into many fantastic styles including blues piano, gospel piano, high-energy Salsa (Latin) piano, worship music, etc. Check it out!



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Online Video Piano Lessons Podcast Introduction

08 2013 Nov, 11:45:27


Online Piano Lessons - this is the audio introduction to the podcast. Dig into these video piano lessons - available for beginning piano players through advanced players. For beginners, check out 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard'. This course is an ideal way to learn how to play the piano by ear! You'll learn the powerful technique of 'Rhythmic Patterns', which will quickly get you up to speed on the piano or keyboard and teach you to play any song by ear. For advanced piano and keyboard players, the podcast contains a wealth of 'style development' video piano lessons. Styles include black gospel piano lessons, blues piano lessons, salsa (Latin) piano lessons, worship music piano lessons and more! Enjoy...

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What's new? The most recent piano lessons here...

07 2013 Nov, 11:45:27


This is a quick audio explaination of the most current video piano lessons in this podcast. Enjoy! David Sprunger PlayPianoTODAY.com/lessons

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Info on downloading these lessons to your video iPod, iTouch, iPad, etc

30 2013 Aug, 16:41:27


These video piano lessons can be downloaded and imported into your video player capable of playing .mp4 files). Enjoy! David Sprunger PlayPianoTODAY.com/lessons

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"When the Morning Comes" - Song from 'Phat Chord Voicings' Chapter 2

14 2011 Jun, 12:41:27


Online Piano Lessons - this is a recording of 'When the morning comes...', the song used in our lessons titled 'Phat Chord Voicings', Chapter 2. You can find the full video piano lesson at: http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com/pcv2 Dig into these video piano lessons - available for beginning piano players through advanced players. For beginners, check out 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard'. This course is an ideal way to learn how to play the piano by ear! You'll learn the powerful technique of 'Rhythmic Patterns', which will quickly get you up to speed on the piano or keyboard and teach you to play any song by ear. For advanced piano and keyboard players, the podcast contains a wealth of 'style development' video piano lessons. Styles include black gospel piano lessons, blues piano lessons, salsa (Latin) piano lessons, worship music piano lessons and more! Enjoy...

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"Funky Latin Gospel Piano" - 'Straight and Narrow'

14 2011 Jun, 10:41:27


Online Piano Lessons - this is a recording of 'Straight and Narrow', one of the cuts from an album by David Sprunger as found at: http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com/listen Dig into these video piano lessons - available for beginning piano players through advanced players. For beginners, check out 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard'. This course is an ideal way to learn how to play the piano by ear! You'll learn the powerful technique of 'Rhythmic Patterns', which will quickly get you up to speed on the piano or keyboard and teach you to play any song by ear. For advanced piano and keyboard players, the podcast contains a wealth of 'style development' video piano lessons. Styles include black gospel piano lessons, blues piano lessons, salsa (Latin) piano lessons, worship music piano lessons and more! Enjoy...

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Pattern Piano and Keyboard - Rhythmic Patterns Overview

13 2012 Jun, 14:41:27


This is the video podcast covering the course titled "Pattern Piano and Keyboard", the course that teaches you to play any song BY EAR on the piano or keyboard using the revolutionary technique of Rhythmic Patterns.<br /> <br /> This is the ideal course if you have never played before OR if you already play, but would like to learn to play piano by ear, without the need for sheet music.<br /> <br /> This piano lessons course starts very simply, but by the end, you'll have gained many advanced Rhythmic Patterns and techniques that will enable you to play any song on the piano by ear.<br /> <br /> Enjoy!

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1 of 2: Ear Training 101 Updated to Version 4.0

13 2012 Jun, 14:00:00


This is the video podcast covering the inner workings of Version 4.0 of "Ear Training 101". Many musicians think that perfect pitch is the holy grail of musical abilities. Not true. Most skill musicians have a highly developed sense of "Relative Pitch". This is MUCH more valuable. Learning to incorporate ear training into your piano lessons is an absolute must for piano players. More about that later... Let's start with the definition of Perfect Pitch. The definition of Perfect Pitch is "The ability to produce or identify a tone perfectly on key without any reference to an outside source". Mumbo Jumbo? Basically, this means that those rare individuals who have perfect pitch can sing an Ab or F# in the middle of the day on a bus ride through the Bronx without hearing anybody play the note first on an instrument. Sounds like a gift... but it comes with a price: Unfortunately, those who have perfect pitch always hear everything absolutely in tune with A440 or "standard tuning". Even that sounds great until you realize that most bands or choirs are not perfectly in tune. Here's where it becomes a bummer... Let's say you have the rare gift of Perfect Pitch and you're singing in a choir. The choir is singing an accapella piece (no instruments) and as choirs tend to do, they "sag" in pitch, or slowly slip down just a little in pitch by the end of the song. If everyone in the choir "sags" together (that's a funny thing to say) then it sounds fine. But you - the one with the gift - can't "sag". What happens? By the end of the song, you are out of tune with the choir! Yep. The one with perfect pitch, singing out of tune. It's very funny. Especially to those who don't have the "gift". What about instruments? Did you know that a Piano starts to sag in pitch immediately after tuning? What happens to the Perfect Pitcher who tries to sing with that piano? No dice. And the VAST majority of Pianos are tuned a bit low. Here's the real gift... What you really want is a highly developed sense of "Relative Pitch". This is the ability to identify or produce any note perfectly in tune relative to another note. Meaning this - If I play an F# on the piano in the middle of the day on a bus traveling through the Bronx, (hmmm) tell you it was an F#, and then play a high Ab way up on the keyboard, you could immediately say "Hey, that second note is an Ab!" This is a highly useful skill! If you can do this, you have a great sense of Relative Pitch. If the choir sags, you sag along and keep on rockin' with all the relative pitches they sing. Understand? Don't be fooled by those who say "Only those with Perfect Pitch can play by ear". No way. Tell them to hit the road (in the middle of the day on a bus traveling through the Bronx). Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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2 of 2: Ear Training 101 Updated to Version 4.0

13 2012 Jun, 13:50:00


This is Video 2 of 2 taken from the video podcast covering the inner workings of Version 4.0 of "Ear Training 101". Many musicians think that perfect pitch is the holy grail of musical abilities. Not true. Most skill musicians have a highly developed sense of "Relative Pitch". This is MUCH more valuable. Learning to incorporate ear training into your piano lessons is an absolute must for piano players. More about that later... Let's start with the definition of Perfect Pitch. The definition of Perfect Pitch is "The ability to produce or identify a tone perfectly on key without any reference to an outside source". Mumbo Jumbo? Basically, this means that those rare individuals who have perfect pitch can sing an Ab or F# in the middle of the day on a bus ride through the Bronx without hearing anybody play the note first on an instrument. Sounds like a gift... but it comes with a price: Unfortunately, those who have perfect pitch always hear everything absolutely in tune with A440 or "standard tuning". Even that sounds great until you realize that most bands or choirs are not perfectly in tune. Here's where it becomes a bummer... Let's say you have the rare gift of Perfect Pitch and you're singing in a choir. The choir is singing an accapella piece (no instruments) and as choirs tend to do, they "sag" in pitch, or slowly slip down just a little in pitch by the end of the song. If everyone in the choir "sags" together (that's a funny thing to say) then it sounds fine. But you - the one with the gift - can't "sag". What happens? By the end of the song, you are out of tune with the choir! Yep. The one with perfect pitch, singing out of tune. It's very funny. Especially to those who don't have the "gift". What about instruments? Did you know that a Piano starts to sag in pitch immediately after tuning? What happens to the Perfect Pitcher who tries to sing with that piano? No dice. And the VAST majority of Pianos are tuned a bit low. Here's the real gift... What you really want is a highly developed sense of "Relative Pitch". This is the ability to identify or produce any note perfectly in tune relative to another note. Meaning this - If I play an F# on the piano in the middle of the day on a bus traveling through the Bronx, (hmmm) tell you it was an F#, and then play a high Ab way up on the keyboard, you could immediately say "Hey, that second note is an Ab!" This is a highly useful skill! If you can do this, you have a great sense of Relative Pitch. If the choir sags, you sag along and keep on rockin' with all the relative pitches they sing. Understand? Don't be fooled by those who say "Only those with Perfect Pitch can play by ear". No way. Tell them to hit the road (in the middle of the day on a bus traveling through the Bronx). Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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1 of 2: Ear Training 102

13 2012 Jun, 13:48:00


This is Video 1 of 2 taken from the video podcast covering the inner workings of "Ear Training 102". In Ear Training 101, the piano student is presented with increasing music intervals, both melodically (notes following one another) as well as harmonically (notes at the same time). In 102, we're moving into the real world, where you are choosing notes in real time - without being able to wait and think about your choices. This is very much like playing with other musicians. When the it's your time to play an improvised solo, or it's your turn to play a melody from memory, you don't have time to consider multiple options. Instead, your ears and hands have got to be trained to such a high musical level that you can mentally "picture" or "hear" which note to play on the keyboard before it's played. Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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2 of 2: Ear Training 102

13 2012 Jun, 13:48:00


This is Video 2 of 2 taken from the video podcast covering the inner workings of "Ear Training 102". Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Left hand Suspended Tri-tone shell chords

13 2012 Jun, 13:46:00


This is an intermediate/advanced jazz piano lesson on left hand suspended tri-tone shell chords. Although the title of this lesson sounds very complicated, you'll soon find out that shell chords are very simple to play, but pack quite a musical punch! Many of our piano students have commented that this lesson was especially useful for them - check it out! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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1 of 2: The Chord Voicings Vault

13 2012 Jun, 13:45:00


This is Video 1 of 2 taken from the the video podcast covering "The Chord Voicings Vault". Here are some of the things that this program will enable you to do: * Choose any type of chord - from simple triads through advanced jazz alterations. You can click any note and instantly see the chord on the keyboard. * Choose from many different "Voicings" - this is the real power here. By choosing different "Voicings", the program will display and play the chords as "Voiced Chords" - or notes spread out in unique ways to bring brand new life to tired chords! * Print out a detailed chart of any of the chords and voicings - the graphics are really incredible - you can see every note and voicing super clear. * Choose from different rhythm drum tracks that will lead you through 4ths (opposite to the circle of 5ths) with the chosen chord voicing so that it becomes very natural to your hands. Once you can play the chosen chord voicing through the circle of 4ths without having to think much about it, you'll be able to start using this new chord voicing in the songs that you play! Whew! I'm super-excited about this program. It's taken longer than I expected, but I think you'll find it really useful. Keep an eye on your email inbox for the release... Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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2 of 2: The Chord Voicings Vault

13 2012 Jun, 13:40:00


This is Video 2 of 2 taken from the the video podcast covering "The Chord Voicings Vault". Here are some of the things that this program will enable you to do: * Choose any type of chord - from simple triads through advanced jazz alterations. You can click any note and instantly see the chord on the keyboard. * Choose from many different "Voicings" - this is the real power here. By choosing different "Voicings", the program will display and play the chords as "Voiced Chords" - or notes spread out in unique ways to bring brand new life to tired chords! * Print out a detailed chart of any of the chords and voicings - the graphics are really incredible - you can see every note and voicing super clear. * Choose from different rhythm drum tracks that will lead you through 4ths (opposite to the circle of 5ths) with the chosen chord voicing so that it becomes very natural to your hands. Once you can play the chosen chord voicing through the circle of 4ths without having to think much about it, you'll be able to start using this new chord voicing in the songs that you play! Whew! I'm super-excited about this program. It's taken longer than I expected, but I think you'll find it really useful. Keep an eye on your email inbox for the release... Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Chap 1 Part 1 - How to Match Chords up with any Melody

13 2012 Jun, 13:34:00


This is Video 1 of 2 taken from the the video podcast covering an overview of the piano lessons course titled "How to Match Chords up with any melody". The skill of learning how to find out which chords go with any given melody might seem like a very mysterious skill that has been given to only a few select musicians on this planet. Of course if you have a lead sheet or a chord chart, or even a piece of sheet music with every note written down, things are really easy! But what do you do when nothing is written down? What do you do when the only thing you have is a melody in your head and have no idea which chords will fit with that melody? The great news is that there are some really specific ways you can go about learning which chords can be added to any given melody. We'll be studying those concepts in this online piano lesson. Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Chap 1 Part 2 - How to Match Chords up with any Melody

13 2012 Jun, 13:32:00


This is Video 2 of 2 taken from the the video podcast covering an overview of the piano lessons course titled "How to Match Chords up with any melody". The skill of learning how to find out which chords go with any given melody might seem like a very mysterious skill that has been given to only a few select musicians on this planet. Of course if you have a lead sheet or a chord chart, or even a piece of sheet music with every note written down, things are really easy! But what do you do when nothing is written down? What do you do when the only thing you have is a melody in your head and have no idea which chords will fit with that melody? The great news is that there are some really specific ways you can go about learning which chords can be added to any given melody. We'll be studying those concepts in this online piano lesson. Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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1 of 3: Music Theory Foundations (Taken from the 1st section of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard')

13 2012 Jun, 13:30:00


This is the video podcast covering the first 20 minutes 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard', which goes through the foundations of music theory. In this group of videos, we'll go through the details of HOW as well as WHY scales and chords are constructed and fit together. Brand new to music? This is an ideal place to start. However, even if you've been playing the piano for many years, this section goes through the foundations of music theory and may fill in gaps in your musical knowledge, enabling you to better understand (and play!) music. The remainder of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard' deals with learning how to use 'Rhythmic Patterns' to play any song on the piano by ear. This powerful technique has enabled many hundreds of thousands of students to gain freedom on the keyboard to express themselves musically. You can dig into the rest of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard' by going to www.PlayPianoTODAY.com Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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2 of 3: Music Theory Foundations (Taken from the 1st section of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard')

13 2012 Jun, 13:15:00


This is the video podcast (number 2 of 3) covering the first 20 minutes 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard', which goes through the foundations of music theory. In this group of videos, we'll go through the details of HOW as well as WHY scales and chords are constructed and fit together. Brand new to music? This is an ideal place to start. However, even if you've been playing the piano for many years, this section goes through the foundations of music theory and may fill in gaps in your musical knowledge, enabling you to better understand (and play!) music. The remainder of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard' deals with learning how to use 'Rhythmic Patterns' to play any song on the piano by ear. This powerful technique has enabled many hundreds of thousands of students to gain freedom on the keyboard to express themselves musically. You can dig into the rest of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard' by going to www.PlayPianoTODAY.com Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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3 of 3: Music Theory Foundations (Taken from the 1st section of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard')

13 2012 Jun, 13:00:00


This is the video podcast (number 3 of 3) covering the first 20 minutes 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard', which goes through the foundations of music theory. In this group of videos, we'll go through the details of HOW as well as WHY scales and chords are constructed and fit together. Brand new to music? This is an ideal place to start. However, even if you've been playing the piano for many years, this section goes through the foundations of music theory and may fill in gaps in your musical knowledge, enabling you to better understand (and play!) music. The remainder of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard' deals with learning how to use 'Rhythmic Patterns' to play any song on the piano by ear. This powerful technique has enabled many hundreds of thousands of students to gain freedom on the keyboard to express themselves musically. You can dig into the rest of 'Pattern Piano and Keyboard' by going to www.PlayPianoTODAY.com Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Blues lessons - Intro through Chapter 3. Video Piano Lessons

13 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering the course introduction through chapter 3. We'll start at the very beginning of the blues and work our way through some fantastic left hand foundations. Learn how to add a bit of the blues to your music! This piano lessons series begins simply, but will quickly have you playing outrageous blues riffs on the keyboard. Check it out! In this video piano lessons podcast we'll start at the very beginning of the blues and work our way through some left hand foundations in chapter 3.

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Blues lessons - Chapters 4 and 5. Video Piano Lessons

12 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapters 4 ('Your first nitty-gritty right hand voicing') and Chapter 5 ('Adding left hand rhythm and right hand spice'). In this video piano lessons podcast we dig into 'Your first nitty-gritty right hand voicing' (Chap 4) as well as 'Adding left hand rhythm and right hand spice' (Chap 5). Learn how to add a bit of the blues to your music! This piano lessons series begins simply, but will quickly have you playing outrageous blues riffs on the keyboard. Check it out!

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Blues lessons - Chapter 6 - Section 1. Video Piano Lessons

11 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 6, Section 1 ('Learning a new right hand blues riff and alternating it with the previous riff for a fuller sound'). This edition uncovers another right hand blues piano riff in detail, note for note. We'll also learn the magic of alternating these blues piano riffs to come up with a fuller sound. Because blues music is full of riffs, and every blues piano player has got his or her own secret stash of blues riffs, there really is no end to the possibilities of riff combinations. Once you get an arsenal of blues riffs under your hands, you can really begin to create your own sound on the piano or keyboard - check it out! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Blues lessons - Chapter 6 - Section 2. Video Piano Lessons

10 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 6, Section 2 ('Learning a new right hand blues riff and alternating it with the previous riff for a fuller sound'). This edition uncovers another right hand blues piano riff in detail, note for note. We'll also learn the magic of alternating these blues piano riffs to come up with a fuller sound. Because blues music is full of riffs, and every blues piano player has got his or her own secret stash of blues riffs, there really is no end to the possibilities of riff combinations. Once you get an arsenal of blues riffs under your hands, you can really begin to create your own sound on the piano or keyboard - check it out! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Blues lessons - Chapter 9. Video Piano Lessons

6 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 9 ('Left hand propulsion' and the 'Octave backflip!'). We've got enough under our belt now to really have some fun on the keys. In Chapter 9, we'll start turning up the left hand heat with the 'Left hand propulsion', and the 'Octave backflip'. Just like they sound, these techniques are aggressive rhythmic techniques that really propel the beat of the music. Check it out! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Blues lessons - Chapter 10. Video Piano Lessons

5 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


In this overview of the online blues piano lessons, we'll take a look at some of the up-close video that details all of the blues riffs, tricks and techniques used in chapter 10. This blues lesson contains many new techniques for both your right and left hands: For your left hand, we'll utilize "passing tones" and the "rhythmic kicker" to create the famous "walking bass" sound. For your right hand, we'll dig into a whole new slew of fantastic blues riffs - up close, note for note, in slow motion video. Enjoy! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Blues lessons - Chapter 12. Video Piano Lessons

4 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


Once again, we're digging into some fresh material in this online piano lesson. In chapter 12, we'll be taking apart a Rhythm and Blues Gospel song, note for note, analyze all the blues riffs and music theory, and then figure out how to put it all together on YOUR keyboard. This lesson is jam packed with over 20 new blues piano riffs - when you learn this many new blues riffs all at once, it can really be a challenge. However, when you learn them in the context of a song, it turns into just pure fun! Because this video is an overview of some of the highlights of chapter 12, I'll be playing a few different sample sections from the lesson: First, we'll take a look at a video of the full song used in this piano lesson - you'll be able to see all of the blues riffs that we'll be studying. In addition, you'll be able to see the solo section where we're going to be studying how to put together a keyboard solo to really rip it up when it's your turn to shine! In the full version of this lesson, there is a super-slow motion video version of the full song so you can really see exactly what's going on. And remember, once we get to the section of the lesson where we're looking at each of the blues riffs in detail, we'll study every single note in up-close slow motion. In addition, we'll study all of the music theory behind these riffs - there's lots to dig into here! In the next video contained within this quick piano lessons overview - we'll take a look at the section where we go through all of the chords used in the song. In this section, we won't be looking at any of the blues riffs - that will come later in the lesson. This section simply goes through every chord used so that we have a solid foundation on which we can build all these fantastic blues piano riffs. Finally, we'll look at some video footage from the section of the piano lesson where we zero in on the individual blues piano riffs. This is the nitty-gritty study section, but because you're getting a ton of funky blues riffs under your hands, it's totally a blast! Enjoy... Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Blues lessons - Chapter 13. Video Piano Lessons

3 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


In this edition of the online piano lessons blues course, we're going to be looking at something called "Straight Eighths". This refers to an underlying Rock beat - which is totally different from previous editions of this blues piano course. (Earlier chapters were based on an underlying Swing beat). This underlying rock beat isn't just a little different - it completely changes the character of the music and gives it a rock flavor. Jam-packed with new musical information, this lesson details 12 new blues piano riffs for your right hand... lots of stuff to chew on! The left hand is going to study something called the "offbeat push": learning to interject offbeat rhythms into the music to really kick up the intensity of the music. Are you looking for some new uptempo techniques for your left hand on the piano? Everybody is. This is a piano lesson you've got to go through. Here's a twist - as we go through this online piano lesson, all of the blues riffs and techniques will be based on the same blues piano scale that we've studied in previous chapters. However, now we're going to look at it with a Rock beat, using the concept of "Straight Eighths". Again, this is a completely different animal from the swing beat. This online piano lesson will also be detailing some "phat" chords! F#7-5, F13, E7+5, C7#11... but wait a minute: what are all these phat jazz piano chords doing in the context of a rock piano lesson? Here's the kicker - when you merge these phat jazz piano chords with the straight eighths of the rock beat, you've created a fantastic new style called "Fusion". Maybe you've heard of it - it's a fusion of rock music and jazz music that combines the best elements of each style on the piano. If you're looking for new sounds under your fingers on the piano, this piano lesson is a whole new buffet of delicious ideas to chew on! Enjoy... Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Blues lessons - Chapter 14, Section 1. Video Piano Lessons

2 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


Almost too much to list - this is a very in-depth blues piano lesson! We'll cover advanced topics such as: The "Tri-tone" Chord Substitution This very advanced concept is the root of all super-"phat" chord substitutions. Tired of playing what's on the chord chart? Throw the Tri-tone substitution into your tunes and get a handle on some brand new sounds. Piano "Shell Chords" This minimalist approach to playing left-hand comp chords is an ideal way to lay down a solid foundation underneath a piano solo. Alternate Piano Blues Chords and Chord Voicings There's always more - that's what makes music so beautiful. We'll dig into some alternate blues chords and chord voicings to bring new life to the keyboard. The "Half-step" push! Born in the Texas and Chicago Blues Clubs, this simple technique is an ideal way to really push the beat of the music when you don't have a whole lot else to do! Alternate Blues endings Every blues and jazz player is looking for something new - check out these alternate chords to give the ending a new twist. We'll pull some ideas from our study in tri-tones here. The classic blues "Trash Can" ending You've heard this a thousand times - the classic trash can ending comes alive when all the players wrap up the tune and throw it in the can with a big old bang. Check this out - you'll recognize it immediately, and now you'll know how it's played! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Blues lessons - Chapter 14, Section 2. Video Piano Lessons

1 2012 Jun, 12:41:27


In part 2 of this blues piano lessons video overview from chapter 14, we'll take a look at some of the up-close video that details all of the blues riffs, tricks and techniques used in this piano lesson. This blues lesson contains quite a few advanced concepts - make sure you go through the original piano lessons course titled "Pattern Piano and Keyboard" as well as the previous chapters in this blues piano lesson course. Enjoy! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Blues lessons - Chapter 15. Video Piano Lessons

1 2012 Jun, 11:40:27


Due to many student requests, in this lesson, we're diving into the piano blues song that is featured within the first 30 seconds of most of our online lessons. Due to the advanced nature of the blues riffs and blues licks in this lesson, we've waited until chapter 15 to explore the many ideas found here. However, if you've gone through the previous 14 chapters of "Blues for Piano and Keyboards", you'll be very comfortable digging into this piano lesson. Covering many new advanced keyboard blues concepts as well as 18 brand new blues piano riffs, this lesson is a wealth of information for those who really want to dig in! Using the blues introduction posted at the beginning of many of our lesson videos as a vehicle for study, this lesson goes through each riff in ultra slow motion, up-close video. You'll see each finger placement and chord voicing in detail. In addition to learning the specific notes and fingerings of each riff, we'll also explore the music theory behind them. You'll dig into such concepts as: "Anchor Points": Learning how to lock down the rhythms of very difficult asymmetric phrases. "Parallel" vs. "Contrary" harmony: This little used-secret can bring a brand new sound to your playing! "Advanced chord extensions and voicings" "An expansion of concepts presented in earlier chapters" After going through the previous 14 chapters of this course, you'll be ready for all of the riffs and concepts presented in this advanced lesson - Enjoy! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Blues lessons - Chapter 16. Video Piano Lessons

1 2012 Jun, 10:21:17


This blues piano lessons chapter is the transitional chapter from the world of blues into the universe of jazz piano lessons. In this chapter, we'll specifically zero in on your left hand by digging into the concept of "Rootless left hand jazz voicings". It's truly amazing how this one ingredient can instantly Jazz up your sound - check it out! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Blues lessons - Concepts from Chapter 17. Video Piano Lessons

31 2012 May, 09:21:17


This blues piano lessons chapter is another transitional chapter from the world of blues into the universe of jazz piano lessons. In this chapter, we'll specifically zero in on your left hand by digging into the concept of "Rootless left hand jazz voicings". It's truly amazing how this one ingredient can instantly Jazz up your sound - check it out! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Songwriting - how to come up with new ideas on the keyboard

31 2012 May, 09:15:17


At some point in every keyboard player's life, we end up saying "Why do my songs all start sounding the same? I need some new ideas!" In this piano lesson video, we'll explore one of the techniques that seasoned writers use to come up with new chords and chord progressions for their songs. Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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The Riff Bank - Chapter 1

31 2012 May, 08:42:37


This lesson series is all about getting your hands comfortable with advanced riffs on the piano. Usually, beginning through intermediate players don't have the opportunity to get their hands on advanced piano riffs. However, in this lesson, by the use of brand new technology, you'll be able to explore the correct fingering and hand positions of advanced keyboard riffs – even if you are brand new to the keyboard. Here's how it works: In most of our other piano lessons, we spend a good deal of time on music theory. Of course this is of paramount importance for music students. As a piano teacher, I believe that understanding music is one of the keys to becoming a creative musician. However, for those of us interested in music theory, there can be a tendency to spend an unbalanced amount of time on music theory studies and not enough time on actual playing! As in most great things in life, balance is key. With that in mind, we're going to skip all of the music theory in this lesson and jump straight into the riffs. As you'll see in the video on this page, each of the 16 riffs in this lesson have been painstakingly recorded in HD video at 4 different speeds. In addition, you'll also see that we took the time to include detailed fingering within the video of each riff! Because of this, even brand new beginners on the piano can jump in and learn these advanced riffs.

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Slash Chords Chap 1. Video Piano Lessons

31 2012 May, 08:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 1 from the series titled 'Slash Chords', Ch. 1. This piano lesson details how to transform any dominant 7th chord into a fantastic (east to play!) 11th chord.<br /> Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Salsa! for Piano and Keyboards, Chapter 1. Video Piano Lessons

30 2012 May, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 1 from 'Salsa!' for Piano and Keyboard. Check out how easy it is to bring the spicy sounds of the Caribbean to your piano playing! Some of the main ingredients here are cookin' rhythms and chords played with just the right 'voicings' that will enable you to create 'south of the border' heat on your keyboard. Almost too much fun to be classified as lessons... Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Salsa! for Piano and Keyboards, Chapter 2. Video Piano Lessons

29 2012 May, 12:41:27


"Salsa Piano Lessons" (Chap. 2) : Just like the last chapter, we're going to enable YOU to bring this outrageously fun style to the piano. We'll take a look at the same song covered in the chapter 1, but we'll dig in quite a bit deeper. We'll explore new alternate chord voicings and spicy rhythmic patterns. In addition, we'll take an up close look at some of the concepts that can really bring your right hand to life when it comes time for you to take a solo! Again, you'll hear lots of crossover between the blues and salsa styles. You'll find many of the same chords and chord voicings, but the underlying rhythmic "pulse" is the foundational difference that sets them apart. Check out this very in-depth piano lesson video! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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'Phat' Chord Voicings, Chapter 1. Video Piano Lessons

28 2012 May, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 1 from 'Phat' Chord Voicings. Tired of the same old chords? Good news! You probably don't need new chords, you just need to learn to 'voice' them. In 'Phat Chord Voicings', we're going to learn to 'Voice', or restructure common chords to get fantastic sounds out of them. This simple concept can revolutionize your playing! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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'Phat' Chord Voicings, Chapter 2. Video Piano Lessons

27 2012 May, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 2 from 'Phat' Chord Voicings. Tired of the same old chords? Good news! You probably don't need new chords, you just need to learn to 'voice' them. In 'Phat Chord Voicings', we're going to learn to 'Voice', or restructure common chords to get fantastic sounds out of them. This simple concept can revolutionize your playing! In this chapter, you'll learn how to replace standard "Major 7" chords with incredible two-handed "Major 9" open voiced chords. In the same groove as chapter 1, this very simple technique is a quick way to add fresh new sounds to your piano playing! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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'Phat' Chord Voicings, Chapter 3 Part 1 and 2. Video Piano Lessons

26 2012 May, 11:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 3 Part 1 and 2 from 'Phat' Chord Voicings. This piano lessons chapter of the 'Phat Chord Voicings' Series is titled 'Crunch Chords'. So far in this series, we've been exploring the technique of opening up piano chords, creating 'open' voicings by taking the notes of chords and spreading them out on the piano. Today, we're going to take some of those same chords and go the opposite direction. Instead of 'opening up' the chords, and spreading them around on the piano keyboard, we'll compact the chords so that they always have at least two notes that are a whole step, or even a half-step apart on the piano. This compact voicing of the chords is why they are called 'Crunch' chords. These Crunch chords are especially effective when you need a little bit of an extra punch in your sound. For instance, when you are playing piano in a band situation, and it comes time for you to take a piano solo, change some of your chord voicings into Crunch chords and you'll be amazed at how they cut through the mix! To illustrate the use of these piano chord techniques, we've mixed together a full jazz song on the piano showing the use of the Crunch chords in the right hand. In addition, you'll see that we'll go through a detailed 'how-to' for your left hand on the piano, showing how you can take some typical descending line passages and change them into Phat Crunch chords! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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'Tension and Release', Chapter 1. Video Piano Lessons

25 2012 May, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 1 from 'Tension and Release'. This piano lesson, titled "Tension and Release", Chapter 1, digs into the concepts used by advanced players to bring exceptional beauty and depth to their keyboard playing. The technique involves finding non-chord tones to use within the chord structure (building tension), followed by a resolution (release) to a note that falls within the chord. Truly an ear opening technique, this one concept will have you creating "internal melodies" within your playing, which in turn dramatically increase the beauty, depth and interest others have in your playing! Check out this powerful online lesson... Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Full length video of song used in our video piano lesson introductions

24 2012 May, 12:41:27


From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com this is the full-length blues piano lessons video that shows up as a partial video in the beginning of all of our lessons. Check it out! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Ch. 1, (Part 1 of 4) Piano Lessons - Tuning and Repairing your acoustic piano

1 2012 April, 08:20:11


While not technically a piano lesson, this video is a must-see for musicians who may have an acoustic piano. In this chapter, we'll take an old upright piano apart, take out the keys and the action, and blow out all that amazingly gross, abrasive dust. More than just a cosmetic fix, this truly extends the life of your piano by getting all of the harmful particles out of all of the sensitive felt and brass bushings. Prepare to be shocked - this video shows just how filthy a typical piano is, especially after the keys and the action are removed. Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Ch. 1, (Part 2 of 4) Piano Lessons - Tuning and Repairing your acoustic piano

1 2012 April, 08:10:11


This is part 2 (of 4) in this chapter. Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) A subtitle for this piano lessons chapter is "Hidden Treasure"... although the treasure you will find in your piano is probably not what you expect. Most instruments rarely get a deep cleaning, and as you'll see in this video, there is usually quite a few years of "Hidden Treasure" in your piano! This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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Ch. 1, (Part 3 of 4) Piano Lessons - Tuning and Repairing your acoustic piano

1 2012 April, 08:08:11


This is part 3 (of 4) in this chapter. Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :) A subtitle for this piano lessons chapter is "Hidden Treasure"... although the treasure you will find in your piano is probably not what you expect. Most instruments rarely get a deep cleaning, and as you'll see in this video, there is usually quite a few years of "Hidden Treasure" in your piano! This video podcast follows the video series found at: http://www.playpianotoday.com/blues Dig into these blues piano music lessons - whether you're a brand new beginner to the keyboard or an advanced player, you'll find these powerful lessons with empower you with blues techniques, riffs and tricks to help you heat it up on the keyboard. Full library of video piano lessons can be found online at: http://www.playpianotoday.com The blues is a foundational music style, meaning that if you learn to play the blues, you'll be able to incorporate it's spicy sounds into: Gospel Music, Rock and Roll, Worship Music, Black Gospel Music, Country Music, Jazz, and Folk Music. Lots of stuff to chomp on in this site - enjoy!

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'PowerFingers' - Section 1 from Ch. 3 Hand and Finger Exercises

17 2012 January, 12:41:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 3 from 'PowerFingers'. This piano lesson, titled "PowerFingers", Chapter 3, digs into the concept of using "Horizontal Finger Movement" to bring power, speed and accuracy to your piano playing. Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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'PowerFingers' - Ch 4 Hand and Finger Exercises

17 2012 January, 12:31:27


This is the video podcast covering Chapter 4 from 'PowerFingers'. This piano lesson, titled "PowerFingers", Chapter 4, explores the world's most popular set of piano and keyboard finger exercises - the "Hanon Piano Exercises". Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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Blues Ch. 18 - "The Road to Improvisation"

17 2012 January, 12:33:20


This is the video podcast covering Ch. 18 from "Blues for Pianoa nd keyboard". Over and hour's worth of video and charts, this piano lesson covers right hand blues riffs, left hand tri-tones and the "Road to Improvisation". Check it out! Enjoying these online lessons? Would you take and minute and leave a comment or simply rate the video? This enables us to post more free piano lessons on the net! Thanks :)

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