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Piano Grooves designed to aid the musician no matter the skill level. This course will teach you how to play a few songs with nice progressions and patterns. Implement the information learned from each song into your own personal musical style.
In this course you will:
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|Section 1: Just A Few Grooves|
Best Friend Groove - Ron Isley - Key of Db
Exhale "Shoop Shoop" - Whitney Houston - C#
Grooving Pattern - Starling Jones,Jr. - Key of Eb
I Look To You - Whitney Houston - Key of E
Rain Down - Fighting Temptations - Key of F
Tonight - John Legend - Key of Db
|Section 2: Take Good Notes|
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Starling Jones, Jr., a native of Columbus, MS and Armed Forces Veteran (ARMY) currently residing in the Atlanta area.
Starling started playing the piano at the age of 12. Starling was active in his home church of Zion Gate Missionary Baptist Church, (Columbus, MS) Pastored by James A. Boyd. as a Jr. Deacon, Musician and Choir Member. Starling participated in talent shows, Gospel Choir Concerts, Plays, Musicals and also took piano lessons in High School. Starling also played the piano at the Local Baptist Conventions and Conferences.
Starling has over 20 years of musical experience and has trained under many teachers and musicians as well as attended musical workshops to produce his own unique sound. Starling is the founder of SmoothChords(dot)com, an online piano lessons website.
Some of Starling's accomplishments are as follows:
•HCC Band Scholarships (Bells and Bass Drum)
•Musical Service Awards From Various Churches
Several of Starling's influences are Ben Tankard, Timothy Wright, Hezekiah Walker, Richard Smallwood and James Cleveland.