Today’s video is all about how to invert chords on the piano.  This is a SUPER IMPORTANT and practical skill to learn – take heed of the all caps!

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    Hi friends! Chord theory is something I often teach to adult beginners in the early days – even if you don’t have much experience, having a good understanding of chords and chord theory can make learning all kinds of pop songs easier (like when you look up chords to some tune on the…

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    Hello! This week’s piece is relatively difficult – first, there is the broken chord pattern, which you can play in one of two ways – but the main difficulty lies in matching it up with a completely separate right hand part.  It’s a good challenge, though, which ends up having a really nice…

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    Hello friends! Today we delve deeper into the world of chord theory, but don’t worry because it’s a very exciting world.  Not to mention Ode to Joy is a great song that every person on the planet should learn.  Links to that, as well as a technical exercise, are below:

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    Good morning, and hope you are having an excellent May Long Weekend (or if you don’t celebrate Victoria Day, happy regular Monday). Today we’ll branch out into another chord, and tackle a fairly significant project – the two-paged Red River Valley, a tune that you probably already know by ear.  It’s a fun one!

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    Hello! Today we’re going to explore the dark world of minor chords, as well as learn what those flat symbols are and how to interpret them.

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    Hi! In today’s video, you’ll get to play around with two basic chords, which are a simple way to flesh out the harmony for any piece.  We’ll also talk just a little chord theory, so you get a glimpse into how they’re built.  And everything gets put together in a simplified Mozart tune…

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