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Piano With Willie: Piano Chords Vol. 1

Learn to play chords on the piano
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Created by Willie Myette
Last updated 4/2016
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  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Learn how to practically apply these techniques to quickly use them in your playing
Gain a deeper understanding of chords and their usage
Learn techniques that the pro’s use to make their playing sound professional
Learn music theory and how to use it in your playing
Learn how to visualize the keyboard making you a more accurate player
Improve your technique, speed and dexterity at your instrument
Apply these techniques to piano, keyboard or organ
Analyze and solve music theory and chord progressions
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  • You will need a piano or keyboard in order to take this course

Piano With Willie offers lessons to all skill levels of piano players. Willie uses the Foundational / Fundational approach when creating his lessons. Build upon your technique and polish up your skills with our piano lessons. Learn your chords! This lesson will cover all of the Major, Minor and Dominant 7th chords. You’ll also learn my Magic chord voicings and real world examples.

Learn intervals, major 7th chords, minor 7th chords, dominant 7th chords, sus chords, and magic chords. You will be show different exercises to practice and real world examples. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Not for students who are looking for a “quick fix” to learning the piano
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Lesson Resources
3 Lectures 00:35

Welcome to Piano With Willie: Piano Chords Vol. 1.

Preview 00:32

Download the sheet music in pdf format. 

Sheet Music
17 pages

Download the jam tracks to practice with. 

Jam Tracks
Piano Chords
10 Lectures 01:39:18

Learn piano intervals. 

Preview 12:17

Learn major 7th chords on piano. 

Major 7th chords

Learn about different types of playing on piano. 

Types of playing

Learn minor 7th chords on piano. 

Minor 7th chords

Learn dominant 7th chords on piano. 

Dominant 7th chords

Learn sus chords on piano. 

Sus chords

Learn magic chords on piano. Part 1.  

Magic chords Pt 1

Learn magic chords on piano. Part 2.  

Magic chords Pt 2

Learn real world examples of chords on piano.

Real world examples

Learn the wonder chord on piano.

Wonder chord
1 Lecture 01:28

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About the Instructor
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1,483 Students
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Professional pianist, creator of the PianoWithWillie method

Willie has toured both the U.S. and Europe as clinician and performer. He is a graduate of the well renowned Berklee College of Music. He has studied in New York with Fred Hersch and in Boston with Ray Santisi. Willie has produced three recordings as bandleader and his music has been featured radio stations nationwide.

Willie is also the founder of PianoWithWillie, an online teaching website that makes it easy to learn Jazz, Blues, Gospel Piano and more online.

The PianoWithWillie method has taught students from all around the globe. By combining foundational and fun'dational elements, Willie's students are able to learn how to become a self-expressive pianist very quickly.

"I learned as a kid that the best part of learning the piano is playing the piano." says Willie. Using the PianoWithWillie method and Willie's step-by-step lessons, it is possible and easier than you think to become a pianist.

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