Link to full lesson: www.PlayPianoTODAY.com This is the updated version of the online piano lessons series titled ‘Phat’ Chord voicings. Check this out for a revolution in your piano playing!
Wow, I enjoyed this lesson I play by ear so I find it hard to infuse layering.
me gusto muchooo. Good tip.
very effective teaching technique.
@dprod1 — Thanks for your kind words. I’m really honored to be connected with so many musicians like yourself. Best wishes — David Sprunger
Wow, I can’t imagine anyone “disliking” the video. I think it’s very informative, even if you’re an advanced player. It’s always good to check out other techniques to enhance your own. Peace!
Wow, I can’t imagine anyone “disliking” the video. I think it’s very informative, even if you’re an advance player. It’s always good to check out other techniques to enhance your own. Peace!
Tip: Roll the Em9 chord up like shown, end the roll my pressing the D note in the right hand, then G note in the left hand (with middle finger), then F# note with the right hand and resolve to the A Chord, 1st Invert in the right hand with A octave in the left hand. It sound pretty nice.
Thank you. Invaluable.
WOW! thanks guys this is great
“9”? How about F sharp? Good vid, I’ll show my sister. I’m not sure if she wants to learn piano, but I like playing, so who cares what she wants?
i have always wanted to know how to make it sound that good. thank you much. virginia
i liked it it was very helpful to see the notes mapped out and i felt it was explained very well
another name for 7 minutes of your life is “JAZZ”
What I needed. Thank you
Pretty Kewl !!! I play sax and learning harmony. Appreciate u havin this for anyone who wants to play music. Playing music is a wonderful journey!!!!
i kinda dont like how this chord sounds imcomplete. like if you were to play a c major chord without the e in it.
This looks good.….I’m going to check it out!
Thanks! I will check out this site right now.
Does this program also contain the proper fingering for playing the different scales (major, minor, phrigian, pantatonic, etc) over at least two octaves? If it has this, then I will end puchasing the DVD set.
Thank you for the lesson. I understand enough to catch on pretty fast with this method. A big help!
West Australia…Any beginners interested in jazz piano would gain great benefit from your lessons the 1 5 3 7 formulae is one of the important voicings for chord construction and adding the 9th on the top does make nice open voicing.
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