Learn to play Greek music on the keyboard instrument
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Learn to play Greek music on the keyboard instrument

Learn to play the Greek music on oriental keyboard with these online lessons provided by the instructor Yossi Aharon
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Created by Yossi Aharon
Last updated 7/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will be able to play Greek instrumentals and songs
  • You will know the Greek scales (Dromos)
  • You will know the Chords on the keyboard
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Requirements
  • You should have a keyboard instrument that include oriental sounds and Greek rhythms
Description

In these lessons we will start from the basics. I will introduce you to the keyboard instrument and then we will start to learn the music theory which is the basic thing you need for being a musician. In music theory section there are video presentations that teach you all from the start. On the next section there are exercises to practice and improve your fingers movements. The we will learn the Greek musical scales. In the next section I will teach you how to play instrumental "Zeibekiko Tis Evdokias" written by the composer Manos Loizos, and I will teach you also how to play the song "Siko Horepse Koukli Mou" of Stelios Kazantzidis. Each song include normal and slow speed video. This course contain all what you need to learn how to play Greek music on your oriental keyboard. So if you have a keyboard and you're ready to play a Greek music on it, all you have to do is to sign up for this course.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to learn the Greek music on the keybard instrument
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Curriculum For This Course
46 Lectures
01:33:08
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Basics
3 Lectures 08:52
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Music theory
14 Lectures 07:45


The Staff
00:14

The Clef
00:24

The notes on the staff
00:52

Ledger lines
00:16

Sharps and Flats
00:42

Enharmonics
00:33

Octave
00:25

Measures and Bar lines
00:29

Time signatures
00:35

Note durations
00:55

Rest durations
00:23

Tempo
00:19

Music Theory Quiz
4 questions
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Exercises
10 Lectures 24:37

Exercise 2
01:16

Exercise 3
01:57

Exercise 4
02:01

Exercise 5
01:44

Exercise 6
01:24

Exercise 7
01:35

Exercise 8
04:31

Exercise 9
02:29

Exercise 10
02:48
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Chords
3 Lectures 11:22
Introduction to Chords
00:40

Major Chords
05:03

Minor Chords
05:39
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Greek Scales
12 Lectures 21:22
Hitzaz scale
03:13

Hitzazkiar scale
01:49

Pireotikos scale
01:48

Xouzam scale
02:41

Segiah scale
01:39

Rast scale
02:41

Major scale
01:09

Sabah
01:07

Armoniko Minore scale
01:20

Diatoniko Minore Scale
01:17

Ousak scale
01:10

Niavent scale
01:28
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Greek Instrumentals and Songs
4 Lectures 19:09
Zeibekiko Tis Evdokias - Normal speed
01:57

Zeibekiko Tis Evdokias - Slow speed lesson
09:01

Siko Horepse Koukli Mou - Normal speed
01:49

Siko Horepse Koukli Mou - Slow speed lesson
06:22
About the Instructor
Yossi Aharon
3.8 Average rating
14 Reviews
78 Students
2 Courses
Musician and bouzouki player

Yossi Aharon is a musician and virtuoso Greek bouzouki player from Israel. He began his musical education at age 6 and learned to play mandolin, violin and piano. He showed talent and loved to play classical melodies of popular composers. During a visit to Greece, he started to learn to play bouzouki. He was influenced by Greek culture and developed a deep affinity for Greek music and Rebetiko. In Israel, He began teaching the instrument. In 2009 he published the book “Kessem Ha'bouzouki" (“The Magic of Bouzouki"), a comprehensive Greek bouzouki method book in Hebrew include Greek musical scales. More than 1000 copies of the book were sold in Israel. His great passion for Greek music and constant visits to Greece caused him to abandon his profession to spend his time in music. In August 2012, he released the album “Melodies From The Heart", a Greek bouzouki instrumentals album.