For Absolute beginners, I recommend my other course: The Ultimate Play Piano By Ear Course, before taking this course
This course teaches you simple but amazing embellishments that work over most chord progressions. If you are looking for fills, runs, and melodic lines that will make you sound like a Pro, then this is the right course for you.
The course is straightforward and seeks to expose you to several ideas to help you embellish your chord progressions. The concepts are broken down to make them easily understood.
Imagine being able to play all your favorite songs with extra embellishments to spice up the sound without the need to read sheet music? Now you can easily achieve this within weeks not years and without wasting money, time, and effort on traditional Piano Lessons.
You will at least need to know Major and Minor Chords before taking this course. Absolute beginners should take the first few lessons of my absolute beginner course [The Ultimate Play Piano By Ear Course | Easy Piano Lessons] before proceeding to this course.
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With an overhead camera and light-activated piano roll, you can easily see what fingers are used as well as the exact notes that are being played.
The knowledge obtained from this course can be applied to other genres of music like Pop, Ballad style, Blues, Jazz, Gospel, etc as you are equipped with the knowledge to create your own music.
The course is divided into 9 easy to follow sections:
Grace Notes and Trills
Borrowing Notes from the Preceding Chord
Targetting the 3rd
Fast Trill Embellishments
Major, Minor & Chromatic Scales
Runs and Harmonic Fills
Who this course is for:
Beginner Pianists and Keyboardists
Keyboardists looking for simple but amazing fills to spice up their sound
Intermediate Pianists & Keyboardists looking for nice fills to sound like the Pros
12 sections • 40 lectures • 4h 43m total length
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The Major Scale
Major Scale Fingering
Basic Applications of the Major Scale
Flipping from the 2nd to the 3rd
Semitone Grace Note to the 3rd
Semitone Grace Note to the 3rd then 5 or 1
Sus4 to the Major
Borrowing the “1” of the preceding chord
Borrowing the “5” of the preceding chord
Borrowing the “1-5” of the preceding chord
Borrowing the “1-2-5” of the preceding chord
Fast 3-2-1 Trill
Fast 1-2-3-2-1 Trill
Fast 4-5-3-2-1 Trill
Right Hand Pedalling on the 5
Left Hand Patterns
Right Hand Patterns
Finding your chord numbers in All Keys (AMAZING TRICK)