Victoria D

 

Note: YOU DO NOT have to try and play it this fast. In fact I think it sounds better much slower…:)

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Imagine

Repetition and Recognition

C Aeolian:

(Natural Minor) C, D, Eb, F, G, Ab, Bb, C

Natural Minor

 

 

Crab Canon

Crab Canon:

 

Lesson One C Major

Great Lesson! I can see you are going to get this and move very fast. So, here's what we covered:

C Major Notes and Chord Family: C, Dmin, Emin, F, G, Amin, Bdim, C

Also known as 1 2 3 4 5 6

The 1 note and chord is C. We will stay in the key of C for a while as it is the best place to learn.

Everything you learn In this Key is portable to any other key.

The Chord Progression you are working on is (in two parts)

Part 1:    1, 5, 6, 4 or C, G, Amin, F

Part 2:   1, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 or C, G, F, Emin, Dmin, C

Lesson Two Hanon 60

Hanon 60:
#1

#2

#3

Audio Lesson-Ongoing

 

C Major Music “Meditation”.  Great to listen to any time! Especially good to wind down to. 🙂

 

Hey Jude Part 2

Great playing! So, play the left hand slash chords (F/E, Dmin/C) one at a time until you get the melody.

Then add in the left hand chords in F(1-2), F/E (3-4) so that they “share” a bar or four count.

Lesson Four
Lesson Five
Lesson Six
Lesson Seven

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 comments

    1. Across the top you will see the notes of the scale. Play those w/right hand and play the chords on the left side of the page with your left hand. Any order will work, just depends on what you think sounds good. Try starting with C minor chord (left hand) and C natural minor scale (notes across top) in the right hand.

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