PlayPianoToday.com: All Lessons [App]
Genre: Music Training
Company: Music Unlimited
27 Apps and 1 PDF
Pattern Piano and Keyboard (+PDF)
Phat Chords 1-3
How to Match Chords up with Any Melody 1-3
Piano and Keyboard Worship 1-2
Tension and Release
Slash Chords 1-4
Intros Fillers and Endings
Ear Training 101
Chord Voicings Vault
“Are you looking for piano lessons that will teach you how to play the Piano or Keyboard BY EAR?
It’s possible! In fact, with these online piano lessons, YOU can begin TODAY.
For those who have had traditional piano lessons in the past, this technique will enable you to break away from written sheet music and learn to play any song on the piano or the keyboard by ear.
For beginning piano students, this technique is an ideal way to quickly gain an understanding of music and learn to play any song on the piano or keyboard by ear!
An Overview of the “Rhythmic Patterns” Course:
Traditional old style piano lessons require you to play the melody in the right hand and chords in the left. As a result, the right hand is forever obligated to “plunk out” the melody while the left hand must carry the bulk of the chords. Using these old techniques, there is a limit to how full your arrangements will sound as you play, because your primary hand is taken up with the duty of always playing the melody. There’s a better way!
Professional keyboard players learn to play complimentary PATTERNS “around” the melody and let a 2nd instrument (or voice) take the melody, staying out of it’s way. This is where creative, full arrangements come from. This is what I will teach you.
So for the beginning of the course, I’ll teach you to simply SING the melody while your hands play full, rich patterns. A whole lot of fun and you can do it right away. This course has proven to be very effective for absolute beginners, as well as seasoned players who would like to be able to learn to play piano by ear. When you become an accomplished “pattern” player and you would like to play solo, (no singing or other instruments), you will be able to insert the melody back into your patterns and maintain full, rich arrangements. These are not the piano lessons your grandma had!”