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Jan
12
comment How to learn chords for piano?
cool ... ......
Jan
12
comment Help for the first time keyboard player in a band
AS a keyboardist you really are going to be expected to know all your 12 (major) keys. Anything you can do to expand that knowledge: practice each song in a couple different keys, work around the circle of fifths, etc.
Jan
12
answered How to learn chords for piano?
Nov
20
answered Help with playing a solo- need tips on improvising.
Nov
13
answered Why is music in music schools taught the way it is?
Nov
13
comment Approach to progressing with guitar?
Play in bands. That's your best learning tool.
Nov
13
answered Guidelines for Easy Piano Blues, but not boring
Nov
13
comment Guidelines for Easy Piano Blues, but not boring
Learn different two-handed voicings for the chords. Different inversions, different ways to voice the same chord.
Oct
28
answered Learning piano after nine years of playing guitar
Oct
27
comment How to learn to carry a tune, i.e. stay in some key or other
well, don't do what you've been doing, because all you're doing is reinforcing their tendency to wander into different keys!
Sep
30
answered Improving as a solo guitarist without learning scales
Sep
30
comment How can I overcome the fear of performing in front of an audience?
alcohol is a tried and proven method.
Sep
23
comment Modulation via a major chord, then another major chord a half step down
And the fact that you have three major chords (FM EbM DM) stepping down the scale of Bb. This is a logical progression in and of itself.
Sep
23
answered Is Emajor the dominant chord in the key of A minor?
Sep
22
answered In what order should I learn all the theoretical concepts for piano?
Sep
21
comment Why does a minor sixth chord contain a major 6th interval?
the m6 chord occurs as the ii chord in a major key. it naturally contains a minor third and a major 6th. for an example of an m6 that contains a minor-6th, look no farther than the iii chord of a major key.
Sep
11
answered Improvisation on Piano
Sep
4
answered How can I improve my piano accompaniments?
Aug
28
answered Tonality of modes?
Aug
28
answered How to learn musical theory?