IN THE HISTORY OF NEW ORLEANS PIANO MUSIC, THAT FEATURES, You are familiar, A LOT OF HORNS, A LOT OF DRUMS, AND THE PIANO– AND THE PIANO’S A HIP LITTLE TOOL BECAUSE IT KIND OF ALLOWS YOU TO REPRODUCE WHAT ALL THE ELEMENTS OF A BAND WOULD DO. SO YOU HAVE THE PERCUSSION …( scatting) … THE SYNCOPATION, WHICH IS AT THE ROOT OF NEW ORLEANS MUSIC. IT’S VERY SYNCOPATED, VERY FUNKY. AND THEN YOU HAVE THE … THE HARMONICA ASPECT: YOU CAN GET TO PLAY AROUND WITH THESE LOVELY CHORD CHANGES. YOU Get THE BLUES. YOU HAVE THE BLUES … AND YOU HAVE THIS 12/8 GROOVE FROM BACK IN THE … AND THEN YOU HAVE– WHAT THEY CALL HERE, THEY CALL IT A RUMBA. IT’S A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT Symbolize FROM RUMBA IN CUBA OR IN SPAIN. YOU HAVE THIS LITTLE GROOVE...Read More
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Hi, my name is Jonathan Wilson on behalf of Expert Village.com. And we’re learning thirty must-have blues piano links. These are easy ones and we’re starting with lick number one. Without further ado, let’s just get right to it. Here it is half tempo, with a metronome. Check out the notation, it goes like this. Okay, good starting point, not very complicated. Now, the only thing tricky about this one, if you’re just kind of a beginner piano player, sometimes those thirds can give you a little bit of trouble. Just practice. Take it very, very slowly. Don’t worry about the finger strength so much on these. Sometimes people, their fourth finger is usually your weakest finger when it comes to playing the piano.
If you can, in a situation like this, just kind of put those fingers down and use ...Read More
The Ray Charles 12-Bar Blues Piano Lick – Piano Lesson
Today’s lesson is on a Ray Charles blues progression from the song What I’d Say. This song features a lot of really cool stuff, we’ve got a sweet bass line in the left hand. We got some cool kind of pulsing chord movements in the right, and then we’ve got an awesome little (blues piano music) lick that caps off the whole thing. So we’re gonna look at each part of those. So let’s start at the beginning with that bass line. The bass line’s really simple. It consists of, again it’s this 12-bar pattern. It’s in the key of E. (piano chord) So that means we have three chords to work with. We got an E chord.
(piano note) We got an A. (piano note) And we got a B...Read More
( “Senorita” by Justin Timberlake) – Hi, YouTube, this is Julian Bradley. Today I’m going to talk about ear train. So I’ve got some advice which will speed up the process. First of all you need to get in the habit of listening to music in another way. Every piece of music you hear you need to be thinking what are the intervals? Whether it’s a trail on the radio, in a club, someone’s phone travelling off, a police siren travelling by, the fowls singing you want to be thinking, okay, what is that interval? What are those notes? Second of all my advice is when you’re starting out to try and stick to one key and to work in that key.
Doing that will construct you recognize a lot quicker that they’re the same notes that are coming up and the same chords, particularly in pop music, it’s the same ...Read More
Hi. Therefore welcomed The Piano Podcast. I’m Mario Ajero. In this video, I want to show some forte-piano pieces that you could teach to young preschool children as young as age three to prepare them for traditional piano lessons. I’m hoping this video is useful to both professional piano teachers as well as mothers who only want to give their young children a head start on piano lessons. One of the first activities that you can actually do at the keyboard is to teach your kids that the piano shall be made available in two black key and three black keys. Can you play two black keys like this? Once infants can find the two black keys, you can do short rhythmic patterns alternating between the two black keys like this one...Read More
Hello and accepted. I’m Joseph Hoffman, and today we’re going to be learning about some piano basics, and by the end of this lesson, you’ll be playing your first carol on the forte-piano. So let’s come to the piano to get started. One neat happen about the piano is how visually the keys are coordinated. These situations you propagandize are “ve called the” keys, and they come in precisely two simple shades, black and white, and the further you go to the left the lowering the phone they constitute. So this is the low-pitched place of the piano, but if we come up to the title we get the high records. Now let’s experimentation with your own piano. I crave you to try this along with me.
Find any key in the high-pitched neighbourhood of your piano and play video games each key one at a time mov...Read More
When you’re playing organ, you can be more orchestral, and they are able to have substance moving around that only adds to the texture of what’s going on, you know, in the band. You take your 9th ambiance and you move it down to the root, to the major 7, to the dominant 7, and you SUS it, and you resolve that with the 9 or the b9, you did the same happen here. The object is, I’m not just plotting down the chords, chord to chord, chord to chord, chord to chord. I want to be very economic in how I do it, so let’s look at this G child. Db9, I’m not moving anywhere. I want to harmonize this E, but I don’t want it to sound pedestrian, you are familiar, so what do I do? I go…
I wanted to get some crunchy memoranda in there...Read More