How to play movable chords anywhere and in any key on the fret board of the guitar. Part 2 How to play movable chords anywhere and in any key on the fret board of the guitar. Part 2

This is another way to play your major and minor chords(doh, reh mi fah so la ti do) any where on the neck or fret board of the guitar( t...

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How to play movable chords anywhere and in anykey on the fret board of the guitar. Part 1 How to play movable chords anywhere and in anykey on the fret board of the guitar. Part 1

This is how to play your major and minor chords(doh, reh mi fah so la ti do) any where on the neck or fret board of the guitar. When ma...

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How to get the bass line of a song from the chord progression as a beginner How to get the bass line of a song from the chord progression as a beginner

A lot of guys ask me to give them some bass-lines that they can use for praise and worship . I simply tell them to know  their progressions...

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Chord Progression solfa of "you are great" by steve crown Chord Progression solfa of "you are great" by steve crown

If you want to know how to play " you are great " by steve crown on the piano , this post should be helpful. This is the chord p...

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Minor chords to add to your playing of praises and worship Minor chords to add to your playing of praises and worship

In one of my piano lessons( this is the link to the lesson where I talked about minor chords ), I revealed a formula that you can use to de...

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Chord Progression solfa of "I Love You" by Tye Trybbett Chord Progression solfa of "I Love You" by Tye Trybbett

Some one requested that I make this post on the chord progression solfa of "I love you forever" by Tye Tribbett

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Chord progression solfa of "Intentional" by Travis Greene Chord progression solfa of "Intentional" by Travis Greene

Intentional Someone requested that I should post the chord progression of this beautiful song by Travis Green, the name of the song is...

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Chord Inversion - Lesson 13 Chord Inversion - Lesson 13

It’s the art of re-arranging the notes of a chord in different ways.  For example In the key of C, the 1 chord which is C E G is in th...

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Fingering for playing chords(triads) - Lesson 12 Fingering for playing chords(triads) - Lesson 12

To play triads, you would need only your 1, 3 and 5 fingers. Forget about the 2 and 4 fingers for now:

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Introduction to chords - Lesson 11 Introduction to chords - Lesson 11

There are three main types of chords :

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Fingering for the chromatic scale - Lesson 10 Fingering for the chromatic scale - Lesson 10

This is the correct fingering for the chromatic scale , as it will be easy for your fingers to locomote across the keys of the piano....

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Proper fingering for the 12 major scales - Lesson 9 Proper fingering for the 12 major scales - Lesson 9

The way you strike the keys of your piano is very important. To enable easy and uniform movement on the piano, you have to use the correc...

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Key Signature - Lesson 8 Key Signature - Lesson 8

Key signature is the number of sharps and flats a key has for us to easily identify it. When you look at a musical piece , you would f...

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Circle of fourths and fifths - Lesson 7 Circle of fourths and fifths - Lesson 7

Forget the fancy stars in the image oo. The image above is called “ Circle of 5ths ” when moving in clockwise direction and “ Cir...

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The Chromatic scale - Lesson 6 The Chromatic scale - Lesson 6

First of all a scale is a sequence of notes played one after the other So a chromatic scale

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Intervals - Lesson 5 Intervals - Lesson 5

Interval is the distance between two notes , they can be defined by tones and semitones Common intervals you should know:

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Singing and playing on different keys - Lesson 4 Singing and playing on different keys - Lesson 4

Have you ever been in a choir rehearsal and the music director will tell the pianist to bring down the key to a lower one ( in other wo...

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Keys of the piano - lesson 3 Keys of the piano - lesson 3

The black and white things you might call buttons on your piano are called “ keys ”. On some piano they might be 61, 76 or 88; but they a...

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