Free Piano Lessons Video #9

Video #9: Dressing Chords Part 2

Continuing from video 8, this video shows:

1) How to rock back and forth between your thumb and other fingers to add movement to the chord. (It sounds like “Home Sweet Home” by Poison)

2) Adding the 2 and 4 notes to that new pattern to keep it from getting boring.

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17 thoughts on “Free Piano Lessons Video #9”

  1. Superb videos. They are brief, emphasizing on the core skills to make the learning outcomes clear. Thank you Tim for making them. I have found the videos to be truly inspiring with clear objectives. I feel, I can build on these exercises to regain my long lost hope of playing piano.

  2. thanks i think it was very useful
    and i am just a begener so i don’t know much but i think it would help me a lot..!

  3. I started listening to your lessons last week after I got a keyboard last week Monday and I was able to play the chord to the choir songs in the fellowship yesterday (Sunday), during the Sunday service. It’s amazing!!! Thank you and God bless you in Jesus’ name.

  4. REALLY thank you so much, im new one , but i thing i understand the theory of piano, i should be try…
    thank you again ….

  5. This is wonderful!!!!!! Am finding it very interesting. It’s a clear and right path to becoming a piano genius. Thanks

  6. Thank you so much for taking the time to make these videos. They actually made sense to me and clicked into my brain quickly as well. I’m only 18 and I just got a keyboard for Christmas and I have never learned to play at all. You definitely know what you’re doing!

  7. I truly love your videos I’m so excited
    I tried playing so many times but get discouraged now I can try again
    Thank you so much

  8. Wow, I feel like all brand new. This’s exactly what I’ve been looking for. Thanks a whole bunch Tim, and like Peter said, you’re indeed the best teacher I’ve ever met so far.

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