Posts Tagged ‘Piano’

Learn Piano Blues And See The Magic!

It does not matter which instrument you play or how much you are expert on playing the instrument. You just learn the piano blues and you may get really an excellent pianist. And if you play saxophone a lot and write bit of music, and I think playing piano could be a great help like…

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The Benefits of the Digital Piano

A digital piano is a modernized version of the electronic piano that was manufactured and sold from the 1950’s through the 1980’s. Electronic pianos were based upon synthesized sound as opposed to the mechanical sounds carried by the electric pianos which were sold for awhile in the 1960’s and 70’s. When the digital piano appeared…

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Acoustic Piano or Digital Piano?

The invention of piano has already come a long way since around 500 years in the past. A great number of various piano styles have emerged out of imitating and enhancing the original piano version many times. Digital pianos are made with the latest technology and it is one of the most famous alternatives for…

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Digital Piano Vs. Acoustic Piano

The piano has come a long way since it’s invention 500 years ago. The original version has now been replicated and improved countless times, resulting in a large number of different piano styles and with the latest technology, digital pianos have cropped up and become a popular alternative. But which one is right for you?…

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Tips On How To Play Blues Piano

Studying how to play blues piano might seem easy. However, it takes more than a single lesson for one to become a professional in playing the blues. If you are one of the few who are lucky enough to have a really good ear, then you should have an easier time. Otherwise, it is recommended…

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Acoustic vs Digital Piano

Which would be a better buy? An acoustic or a digital piano? Before anything else, let me give you my definition of what a digital piano really is. Although some electronic musical instruments can also reproduce the sound of a piano (examples are music workstations, sound modules, sample-based synthesizers, software and hardware samplers), this article…

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Learn Blues Music Online-Alternative to Traditional Piano Lessons

The ability to play blues piano is usually not expected of beginning pianists. There are reasons why most beginning pianists start out playing old songs written by classical composers from centuries past. Many songs written for the piano by composers in the field, and were originally intended as pieces to be used for lessons. Plus,…

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The Versatility of the Piano

It’s not the most portable of instruments, it’s difficult to tune and its notes can’t be bent, given vibrato or sent into feedback, but the piano has been an enduring feature of many genres of music. Listen to a few bars of a well-played tune and it’s easy to see why – it has a…

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Blues Piano Chords Mastering Techniques

Piano or keyboard is one of the most flexible instrument in the line of music hence it is possible to play different music techniques on it. Blues, as we all know, is one of the oldest forms of music which can be played successfully on the instrument. For those who are interested in learning how…

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Piano Lesson: Using The Blues Scale

You can start improvising with the help of the blues scale today. You will learn three easy left hand chords and how to use them in your improvisations. We will use the key of G-major. The first chord to learn is a three finger chord for your left hand that is usually called G13. If…

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