The Ultimate Beginner Piano Improvisation Course
What you'll learn
- Be able to improvise with ease in blues & rock songs
- Master the major and minor pentatonic scale and the blues scale in all keys
- Accompany yourself with the left hand while soloing with your right hand
- Learn techniques to spice up your solos
- Solo in blues and rock tunes in all keys
- You should know how to play most major and minor chords (triads) on the piano
- You should know how to play most dominant 7th chords (also often simply called 7th chords) on the piano
THE PIANO IMPROVISATION COURSE THAT LETS YOU PLAY BEAUTIFUL PIANO SOLOS OVER SONGS IN THE BLUES/ROCK/POP GENRE
With this piano improvisation course, also YOU will soon be soloing with ease over blues, rock or pop songs.
ALREADY VERY QUICKLY, YOU WILL BE SOLOING AND FEEL THE JOY OF IMPROVISING ON THE PIANO
After a short introduction section, you will already quickly start your first piano solos, first very simple and then, by slightly adding more elements and techniques, you will very rapidly learn how to create a spectacular piano solo.
LEARN HOW TO IMPROVISE ON THE PIANO IN A FUN WAY WITH A WHOLE BAND THAT ACCOMPANIES YOU ON PLAY-ALONG MP3-TRACKS
Start directly from the beginning of the course to improvise together with the band, in stead of doing boring exercises (like running up and down the scales with a metronome).
TRY THIS ONLINE PIANO IMPROVISATION COURSE WITHOUT ANY RISK
If you’re still not sure, why not just give it a try? It’s without any risk: if for whatever reason this is not the course for you, you can get a full refund within 30 days after purchase.
So, there’s no need to wait any longer: just hit that ‘enroll’ button and get access to 4.5 hours of video, as well as plenty of resources (play-along files in different tempos, PDF files with pentatonic and blues scales in all keys, …).
It only takes you one click to have access to ALL of this.
Still not convinced?
Just have a look at the promo video and the free preview videos to have an idea of how I teach, and also have a look at the course curriculum.
About this course:
The course consists of the following 3 sections:
In the introduction section, you learn the major and minor pentatonic scale and you learn how to play with swing feel (important for blues improvisation)
· How to solo over a blues
In this section, you learn the blues scale and how to use the blues scale to create a solo over a blues progression. You will also learn how to add extra notes (that are not in the blues scale) to extend the possibilities to solo even more.
You will also learn how to accompany yourself with left hand chords while you play your solo with your right hand. The left-hand chords that you will learn are the chords the pros use and that contain extra notes (like the 9th, #9th and 13th) to spice up your solo.
· How to solo over a rock chord progression
In this last section, you learn how to solo in a rock song with the pentatonic and blues scale and with extra notes.
A lot of what is done in this section, builds further on what is learned in the former two sections, so it is important to at least have followed the right-hand lessons of section 2 (left hand is not so important for section 3).
You can apply the scales and techniques learned in this course also for most of the pop songs.
If the above appeals to you, then don’t hesitate any longer and just hit that ‘enroll’-button, and I’m looking forward to seeing you inside of this course.
(It only takes you one click to have access to ALL of this).
Who this course is for:
- Piano players who want to start to improvise (solo) over blues, rock & pop music
- Piano players who want to take their piano playing to a next level by learning how to improvise
Martin Cohen is since about 25 years a teacher of physics, mathematics and informatics.
At the moment, he teaches at the European School in Luxembourg.
Martin is originally from Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
He is a passionate musician and composer. Since the age of 8 years, he plays the piano.
He played in several rock, blues and jazz bands and he has at the moment a jazz trio.
He also teaches the piano, music theory and composing techniques.
Martin has a masters degree in physics from the Free University in Amsterdam.
UPDATE (summer 2019):
Martin quit his day job as a school teacher to concentrate for the full 100% on online music teaching.