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On his website, he has also mentioned email address to get in touch with him so that the users of his course can contact him directly for any questions and queries. This shows how much importance they give to their program users. The course offers nine E-books which are in PDF format.
You can download these e-books and can save them on your computer, phone or tablet. You also get video lessons and audio lessons of Robin Hall in which he teaches how to play piano with more details about piano and keyboards. All these piano and keyboard lessons are beginner friendly. First, I will tell you about E-books. These e-books are also in a very strategic and well-planned order and they take you to step by step through the whole course.
You start with the very basics and with each book you learn something new which can then be applied with the new concepts of the next book. With each book, you learn something different and then you move on to the next level.
Each e-book has a different area of focus and explains a different concept. For example, book 3, Chord Magic, focuses on the chords more than melodies. It teaches you how you can master different piano chords using your memory and how you can turn them into popular songs. It teaches you to change chords fast by using inversions. This book will help you master your chords in very little time. It starts off with some great party rhythms. You will be learning 10 party rhythms, some ballad, a bunch of keyboard diagrams and a lot of tips and tricks for playing the ultimate upbeat rhythms that will sure put under the spotlight when you play them at a party.
Now that you can play some basic notes and have good information about the rhythms, book 2, will teach you some Blues and Rock N Roll. These rhythms become a part of hundreds of classic songs. You will learn some of the most amazing tunes by some great pianists like Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, and many more such great legends. As mentioned earlier, it focuses on chords more than melodies. Now that you know some melodies you can go further in learning chords and how they can be formed.
Similarly book 4, Advanced Chords Made Easy, also focuses on the chords. It will teach some of the most advanced concepts and some pretty easy tips and tricks that you can use to master these popular and difficult chords. You will be doing a lot more practice on 80 Beatles songs and some other Beatles inspirations. After having a strong grip on chords, you can use them to create a ballad style.
Book 5 will teach you how you can use your knowledge to create some of your very own melodies and tones. You are now stepping into the zone of letting your own creativity shine. Jazz is probably the most popular piano genre. So, book 6. Will teach you all that you need to know about jazz music and how you can play an amazing jazz tone with some pretty easy steps.
Book 7 further explains the blues that you learned in book 2. This book strengthens your grip and understanding of the classic tones and how you can master those traditional and some of the most amazing classical melodies.
It has all the memory tricks and a lot of exercises that will make this course much easier for you and will ensure that you are learning good and fast. These books have been very carefully organized so that they not only help the students learn fast but also learn efficiently. It does not miss any of the chords C, F and G, everything is covered in detail but in such a way that the reader can learn very fast and easily. Alongside the piano books, the course also has a set of videos ideal for beginners.
Many people find it easier to learn through a video rather than by reading. So, these videos are very helpful for people like that, including me. These videos are also a complete guide which covers techniques helping you to learn to play the piano. The instructor shows each and everything, each chord, how you can play chords, where each chord is on the keyboard. Video lessons make learning a lot easier.
The good thing about these videos is that they are related to the e-books lessons. With each concept being introduced in the e-book you will find a related video which will have a practical demonstration.
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This will help you keep your focus and you will never get lost in your piano tutorials. The only thing that you need to arrange for these videos to work for you is to set the computer in front of your piano or keyboard. You can also play these videos on your phone or tablet and place them near your keyboard. With that, you can practice with the video because only with practice you can become a great pianist. There is nothing worse than losing the internet connections in the middle of a video, and there is nothing more frustrating than a slowly buffering video.
It makes learning so much difficult. But once you receive the complete package, you can download it and save it on your computer or tablet and play them anytime and wherever you want. The material of this course is compatible with every kind of device, may it be iPad, laptop, PC, phone, it works everywhere. You can easily transfer the files to any of your devices and play them according to your convenience. This usually is met with various results. If you try to go half way across a room without measuring, the best you can do is guess! Honestly, this is guess work also.
What if there was a way to teach rhythms so that students could not only understand how to play what they see, but they could have the tools to learn new rhythms without being shown how to play them? What if there was a way to have people really feel rhythm and feel how there rhythms fit in with other parts of different rhythms? Instead of thinking of our notation system as one of division, start with the idea that everything begins with sixteenth notes. I know that this idea is used in some approaches, but they generally are looking at working with subdivisions first and using the system in a different order.
I am NOT talking about this. I am talking about seeing the rhythms starting in a different place. There is no division any more, you now just relate to notes by counting, not dividing beats. I will utilize all the same well-known nomenclature, but I want you to think a bit differently about it. If you only teach Notes written as Sixteenths and Rests Sixteenths also , you can just teach the difference between the two - Notes make sound, Rests make silence. It may look different to you, but students only know what you show them.
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For the Long-Short concept, you can use Ties! This simplifies this process and only requires students to understand one more concept for all longer Notes! It truly is an easier way to think.
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It would work with accepted teaching methods Kodaly, Orff, etc. The material would look a bit different, but the approach could stay essentially the same. All you need is: Notes, Rests, Ties, 4, 3, and 2! All songs used at the elementary level can be done with only these 6 things!
Once students are familiar with the ideas of counting to 4, 3 and 2, they can then transition to the way of counting that all musicians use. Ok, well almost all It is recommended that this transition happen the year before they move to learning other instruments like Band, Orchestra or other. Until then, they only need the 6 basic components! Think of the time you can save. You can see right through it.
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