Play Piano Runs by Ear: Master triplets to create Cascading Runs on the piano or keyboard. You will sound like a Pro!
Piano Runs & Fills: Play Rolling Cascading Runs for Introduction of Songs
Do you often wonder what chord progressions musicians use when they perform at the beginning of their song?
Many musicians love to play the 1625 Chord progression for the introduction of their songs. They create a dreamy atmosphere for the audience to flavor as they listen to the performance.
Many piano players are frustrated when it comes to playing runs, especially when they see that there are lots of notes going up or coming down. They will be forever counting where the notes are and how to keep up with the rhythm?
Do you know that there is a MUCH easier way to play runs?
You do not need to spend all your time counting the notes and tapping the beat to see if you are playing in the rhythm.
Here's the SECRET of this course: You are going to learn how to play 36 notes beautifully in this rolling cascading run without the need to practice for days to get your notes correct.
What you need is to learn a NEW way of thinking when you play Runs!
1. Learn to see notes in groups.
2. Learn to put the notes in triplets to create a group.
In this course, you will learn the following piano techniques:
Rolling Cascading Run in 3 Measures
Use G+ augmented chord instead of the normal G7 Dominant Chord
You will learn easy right hand techniques to create flowing beautiful runs without hesitation.
Follow my 3 Piano Tips:
Piano Tip 1: Use Triplets to create the Rolling Effect
Piano Tip 2: Do not count 36 notes but THINK in Groups
Piano Tip 3: Put the weight on the pinkie when you come down on the triplet
Left Hand Techniques:
1. Play the smooth 1625 Bass line
2. Create the dreamy sound on that first beat of each beat!
Once you coordinate both Left hand & Right hand in a well coordinated manner, you will be putting these 1625 Rolling Cascading Runs to any songs you with in C Key.
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