you are interested in learning how to play absolutely any song on the piano
by ear in virtually minutes, then please keep your eyes glued to this as I
have some wonderful tips to share with you...
Believe me... I would not recommend you to any
service or product that I don't believe in (and I'm no easy person to convince).
However, I have come across a website that has built such an easy system for
students to learn how to play the piano. Don't get me wrong, there is more
than courses for sale at this site --- there are
over 60 free piano lessons,
message boards, resources and more.
course that will change your piano playing forever!" http://www.hearandplay.com/ggcourse
is what one critic had to say about Jermaine Griggs's "The
Secrets to Playing Piano By Ear" 300-pg Course. From what I know,
thousands of musicians all over the world have already taken advantage of
this course ... and this is why:
Over 300 pages of solid, "easy-to-understand"
principles, techniques and concepts used by musicians all over the world!
- 20 chapters ranging from beginning techniques
to major chord progressions, to improvisation, to alterations, to his "4-step
process to playing absolutely any song!"
- Included is an interactive CD which includes
3 additional software programs that will allow you to hear over 330 sound
examples, train your ear with over 150 exercises, 500 questions, 20 chapter
reviews and more!
With step-by-step instruction, you'll learn:
--- How to improvise while playing your favorite
--- How to play several hymns in all 12 major
--- The relationship between chords and scales
--- The basic principles of sight reading (bonus
material just for the heck of it!)
--- How to recognize various chords in several
--- How to alter and invert chords to make them
Progressions such as "2-5-1"
and the "1-4 turn-around" (you'll see these chord changes everywhere!)
--- The Secrets to recognizing chord changes
in most songs without even being at the piano
--- How to substitute common progressions in
the place of "dull" chords
--- How to recognize erroneous chords in a progression
--- The difference between: triads, seventh,
ninth, eleventh, and thirteenth chords
chord patterns which can be
in most Gospel, Blues & Contemporary Jazz Music (they all share the same
chords ... believe me!)
--- How to find the key center of any song or
progression (in other words, what key a song or chord progression is being
You think this is it? Think again ... the list goes on ...
Because of my relationship with Jermaine (the author of this course), I have
been able to get a price cut for all of my subscribers. Jermaine is willing
to offer all of my subscribers the opportunity to take advantage of his
course, risk-free, for more than half the price of what he is selling
it to other customers. That's over 50% off --- if you don't click through
the link below, expect to pay over $100 for his course.
Listen, I honestly don't know how long he is
going to be willing to offer this unbeatable deal (to tell you the truth,
I was so surprised that he would do this that I didn't want to forfeit the
deal by adding any additional comments or terms). Anyway, if I were you, I'd
take advantage of this opportunity immediately. Now, I am not rushing you
but I am saying that you should at least take a look at his resource site.
It has tons of techniques from his course and if you like what you see ---
why not try it risk free (there's a lifetime money-back guarantee)?
more information on "The
Secrets to Playing Piano By Ear" 300-pg Course and to discover the
secrets to playing the piano by ear, visit:
...and you won't regret it. Good luck and let
me know how it works out for you.
- Mel, Webminister of Music
Music Theory Piano Lessons
Chords and Progressions
Major Scales Piano Lessons 1
Major Scales Music Theory
Famous "2-5-1" Chord Progression
Major Scales Piano Lessons 2
Minor Scales / Blues Scale Theory
Minor Ninth Chord -- Piano Lessons
Major Chords Piano Lessons 1
Whole Steps, Half Steps & Intervals
Major Ninth Chord -- Piano Lessons
Major Chords Piano Lessons 2
Major Chords & Minor Chords
"Shouting Chord" -- Gospel Piano
Gospel Bass Runs -- Gospel Piano Lessons
GospelKeysTM Video Courses
Piano Seventh Chords
Minor Eleventh Chord -- Piano Lessons
Blues Piano Chord Progression
Altered Chord Example -- Piano Lessons
Piano Scales & Piano Chords
Playing Scales with Major Seventh Chords
Piano and Keyboard Ear-Training
Thirteenth Chord -- Piano Lessons
Reference Guides and Courses
Playing in Every Major Piano Key
Dominant Ninth Chord -- Piano Lessons
The Secrets to Playing Piano by Ear!
Common Musician Questions P1
Altered Chord Progression Example 1
Play Piano Plus Software
Common Musician Questions P2
Minor Seventh Chord - Piano Lessons
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Altered Chord Progression Example 2
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"2-5-1" Chord Progression Variations
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