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Are there any interesting rhythms/patterns for accompanying the melody (because I can play those by ear), such as breaking chords or etc.

For doing piano covers of pop music, I am able to play the melody and chord progressions together with no issue. However, like the better piano covers, simply playing the root/inversion of those chords to accompany the melody is quite boring.

Any tips/videos on doing piano covers for pop music would be great!

  • I had once an Pop Piano book with easy accompaniment patterns for the left hand. There is also a journal called Keyboard sold at kiosks with useful piano licks and patterns. I can't find the first one any more, probably I gave it away, otherwise I could copy it. But it might be a challenge for us pianists to make a collection and post them here. – Albrecht Hügli Feb 8 at 14:39
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I had once an Pop Piano book with easy accompaniment patterns for the left hand. There is also a journal called Keyboard sold at kiosks with useful piano licks and patterns. I can't find the first one any more, probably I gave it away, otherwise I could copy it. But it might be a challenge for us pianists to make a collection and post them here.

I've found among many others this one here (but this is probably lower than your niveau:

https://www.dummies.com/art-center/music/piano/great-left-hand-accompaniment-patterns-for-the-piano-or-keyboard/

Tutorials on Youtube will be lots of lots.

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