Friday, April 27, 2007

I found a piano learning program for kids that is fun and actually works!

As you know, all of my courses are for adults, even though I have taught hundreds of kids in our teaching studio over the years. I just felt as though kids need a warm body sitting by them to help them along and motivate them, whereas an adult wanting to play the piano is self-motivated. So I have had to turn down lots of parents who have wanted their children to take my courses.

But I am delighted to tell you that I have discovered a wonderful piano learning program for children that is disguised as a game. It is lots of fun so it keeps the interest of kids from 3 on up (and I understand some adult beginners also use it).

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Monday, April 23, 2007

The facinating secret of learning just a few chord progressions...

Here is a typical chord progression:

C Am7 Dm7 G7

It is commonly referred to as the "We want Cantor!" chord progression, because those are the first 4 chords of a famous song by that name.

But you can use that very same piano chord progression not only in "We want Cantor", but also in "Blue Moon", "Heart & Soul", "Unchained Melody", "Ebb Tide", "Polka Dots & Moonbeams", "It's The Talk Of The Town", and cou! ntless other tunes. You can also use the exact same progression in gos pel songs such as "He's Everything To Me", "I ! Am Not Worthy", and many others.

So if you knew that progression -- I mean REALLY knew it -- you could play countless songs, and portions of countless others.

This same piano chord progression also makes an excellent introduction to most ANY song.

And this very same chord progression also makes a great "turnaround" in dead spots in a song, as well as for use between 1st and 2nd verses of a song.

All this from just ONE chord progression!

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Sunday, April 22, 2007

More Reasons Why Everyone Should Learn Chord Piano

Click below to play this 5-minute video from Google Video! (You might have to click twice on the start button to get it going, for some unknown reason)

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