All About Piano: A Fun and Simple Guide to Playing Piano
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jan 29, James rated it it was ok Shelves: music , non-fiction. Some good foundational info to start, but the learning curve becomes too steep less than halfway through.
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Given the scope it tries to encompass "From Start to Stardom! I imagine this will probably work for one or two chapters beyond what you came in with and then leave you behind. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
About Mark Harrison. Mark Harrison. Librarian note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. Books by Mark Harrison. Once you get a hang of that, see if you can add some other rhythms to your chords. There are lots of scales to learn to play advanced jazz piano, but no need to be overwhelmed as you begin your journey.
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You can actually sound pretty darn good with just this 1 blues scale, AND you only need learn it in C:. The most important thing about the blues scale is that you only use 1 scale for the entire form of the blues the C blues scale in this instance. The melody is simple, swinging, and fun to play, so learn it with that in mind.
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See if you can learn the melody by listening and imitating hint: the melody consists of just 2 notes: G and C. But for the arpeggios, use the one that fits the chord at that time:. There are many variations, so just use this as a point of departure to start your own style on the blues:.
These 7 steps will get you going on your jazz piano journey. As you get comfortable playing over the blues, continue to play along with the above tracks, in addition to other ones you discover.