Learn How to Play Electronic Keyboard or Piano in a Week!
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First let me make it clear that by ‘learn in a week’ I’m not suggesting that you’re going to be a virtuoso at the end of this period. However I assure you that the methods included in my guide will show you the fastest and easiest way to learn finger dexterity and genuine music notation. And furthermore are geared towards all styles of music (clazzical / pop / jazz etc.) and applicable to both piano and electronic keyboard.
Ideal for any age - You are never too old to learn!
In brief the book explains:
- Choosing the right keyboard for your needs;
- Initial finger exercises that don’t even require a keyboard;
- How to read music from scratch;
- Every major/minor scale and arpeggio in every key;
- Pentatonic & Blues Scales;
- Chord construction in a way that can be understood;
- Chord charts for every chord in keyboard view;
- The best proven finger exercises available;
- How to make boring scales and arpeggios interesting and fun to practice;
- Practice pieces;
- How to play from a fake book;
- Sound file links for the examples;
- Plus More!
Please note that there's no Book 1, 2, 3 etc. - THIS GUIDE IS COMPLETE!
Also included is a link to download the printable PDF version at no extra cost.
"This is a great book for beginner's (like myself), and also useful for more advanced players who want to increase their theory knowledge and improve their playing approach to the keyboard (or just have chord and scale reference diagrams). It starts by giving the best set of fingering exercises and playing approach to the piano/keyboard that I have seen (and I've checked out many other books). It then fills you in on music notation, theory, chord construction and fingering, chord sequences (using the Circle of Fifths), and scale and arpeggio sequences, all done in both standard notation and keyboard fingering display. It includes a complete dictionary of scales and chords in standard notation and keyboard fingering view. Also included are 10 song lessons in standard notation, each with performance notes. The author, Martin Woodward, even includes a free download of a PDF version of the Kindle book, which allows you to both print it and enlarge the diagrams for easier viewing while playing. The PDF accessibility is a great feature and should be offered by all Kindle books. I have purchased several other Kindle for PC music books, and it's really frustrating not to be able to print the material or enlarge the diagrams (I'm 63, and even with my glasses on, have difficulty reading diagrams from many other Kindle books). The support is also excellent. I know, because I had an issue downloading the PDF on Windows 8 64-bit and received support from the author by email response to my query from his web site within hours. The issue was easily resolved (and was my mistake-no problem with the PDF) and I was able to download and print the PDF. This course is ridiculously cheap and with the PDF included is an excellent value. Highly recommended!" - Bob S Amazon CA
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