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THIS COURSE WAS PUBLISHED ON THE 20TH OF OCTOBER 2016.
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NOTE: ALL THE PDF NOTES FOR THIS COURSE ARE IN THE RESOURCES FOR LECTURE 103. AS WELL AS BEING ADDITIONAL MATERIALS, THESE PDF NOTES ALSO PROVIDE THE ANSWERS TO THE HELPFUL PRACTICE ACTIVITIES IN THIS COURSE.
This Course is for anyone that wants to learn how to play the Piano/Keyboard and it is also for the people that play the Piano/Keyboard and want to learn more about it. This course consists of "Beginner", "Intermediate" and "Advanced" Materials. This course consists of more than 16 hours of video content and more than 20 PDF sheets. In this course, you will learn about how many scales and chords are built. You will learn how to be to play any song you want to play.
Furthermore, you will also learn about how to figure out the chords of a song and how to play a song by using chords. Moreover, you will also learn about advanced topics like the 7 different types of modes. In addition to this, you will also learn about the following:
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge required in order to be able to play the Piano/Keyboard.
Below are the different sections that this Course consists of:
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Introduction of the CoursePreview
|Section 2: Getting Started|
The Layout of the Piano/Keyboard
Letters/Names of the Keys on the Piano/KeyboardPreview
Piano Fingerings & Hand Movement on the Piano/Keyboard
|Section 3: Scales/Major Scales|
Scales/How to build a major scale
C Major Scale
C# (Sharp) Major Scale
D Major Scale
E flat Major Scale
E Major Scale
F Major Scale
F# (Sharp) Major Scale
G Major Scale
A Flat Major Scale
A Major Scale
B Flat Major Scale
B Major Scale
Review of Major Scales
|Section 4: Minor Scales/Natural Minor Scales|
Introduction to Minor Scales & Natural Minor Scales
C Natural Minor Scale
C# (Sharp) Natural Minor Scale
D Natural Minor Scale
E Flat Natural Minor Scale
E Natural Minor Scale
F Natural Minor Scale
F# (Sharp) Natural Minor Scale
G Natural Minor Scale
A Flat Natural Minor Scale
A Natural Minor Scale
B Flat Natural Minor Scale
B Natural Minor Scale
|Section 5: Harmonic Minor Scales|
Introduction to Harmonic Minor Scales
C Harmonic Minor Scale
C# (Sharp) Harmonic Minor Scale
D Harmonic Minor Scale
E Flat Harmonic Minor Scale
E Harmonic Minor Scale
F Harmonic Minor Scale
F# (Sharp) Harmonic Minor Scale
G Harmonic Minor Scale
A Flat Harmonic Minor Scale
A Harmonic Minor Scale
B Flat Harmonic Minor Scale
B Harmonic Minor Scale
|Section 6: Melodic Minor Scales|
Introduction to Melodic Minor Scales
C Melodic Minor Scale
C# (Sharp) Melodic Minor Scale
D Melodic Minor Scale
E Flat Melodic Minor Scale
E Melodic Minor Scale
F Melodic Minor Scale
F# (Sharp) Melodic Minor Scale
G Melodic Minor Scale
A Flat Melodic Minor Scale
A Melodic Minor Scale
B Flat Melodic Minor Scale
B Melodic Minor Scale
|Section 7: Scale Degrees|
The Number System
|Section 8: More about Musical Intervals|
Major, Minor and Perfect Intervals
Diminished and Augmented Intervals
|Section 9: Chords (Triad Chords)|
Major, Minor, Augmented and Diminished Triad Chords
|Section 10: Major Scale Triad Chords|
Overview of Major Scale Triad Chords
C Major Scale Triad Chords
C# (Sharp) Major Scale Triad Chords
D Major Scale Triad Chords
E Flat Major Scale Triad Chords
E Major Scale Triad Chords
F Major Scale Triad Chords
F# (Sharp) Major Scale Triad Chords
G Major Scale Triad Chords
A Flat Major Scale Triad Chords
A Major Scale Triad Chords
B Flat Major Scale Triad Chords
B Major Scale Triad Chords
|Section 11: Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords|
Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords
|Section 12: Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords|
Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords
|Section 13: Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords|
Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords
|Section 14: 7th Chords, 6th Chords & Suspended Chords|
Major 6th Chord
Minor 6th Chord
Major 7th Chord
Minor 7th Chord
Suspended 2nd Triad Chord
Suspended 4th Triad Chord
My name is Oluwayanmife Akintola although you can also call me Yummy. I am a teacher at udemy. I am also an experienced Pianist/Keyboardist and I have been playing for many years. Furthermore, I also have a Computer Engineering Degree.
Currently I have 2 courses on Udemy and those 2 Courses are:
1. "How to play Piano - Go from a beginner/intermediate to a Pro"
2. "Learn to Read & Write Music to play Piano & more Instruments"
"How to play Piano - Go from a beginner/intermediate to a Pro" Course - Paying for offline lessons with a teacher for Music lessons can be expensive and there are people that can't afford it; this course offers a better alternative for offline lessons and at a cheaper price. This course is for everyone that wants to learn how to play the piano or/and for people that want to learn about Music Theory. This course is designed to teach you how to play the piano by taking you from a beginner level (with absolutely no experience) to a professional level. In this course, you will learn about many Scales, Chords, how to play by ear, Music Theory, Modulation, Transposition, Rhythms, Modes, Improvisation & more skills. By the end of this course, you will be able to play any song you like. By the end of this course you would have mastered all the different topics that the course includes.
"Learn to Read & Write Music to play Piano & more Instruments" - Knowing how to read & write music is a valuable skill. Knowing how to read music will aid your learning of many musical instruments. Knowing how to read music can also help you to write your own song. The skill of knowing how to read music is something that can be applied to playing many instruments because the music theory behind many instruments is the same. Knowing how to read music will help you to know how to play many instruments like the Piano, the Violin, the Saxophone and other instruments.