Did you ever wish you could just push a button or listen to a subliminal tape and inject years of piano playing skills into your brain? You CAN take a few shortcuts and learn to play professional-sounding piano faster than you ever thought possible.
The piano teaching "establishment" has been around for hundreds of years, and although there are new technology and teaching methods, the basic approach hasn't changed all that much. Maybe they think it's somehow required that you go through years of lessons, exercises, scales, blah, blah, blah before you should be allowed to sound good on the piano. I thank you again, and would highly recommend your product to anyone that is serious about learning to play music on a keyboard or piano. Your information, together with your follow-up program is the best I have seen in terms of communicating how music works, especially to those who are intimidated by notes, staffs, clefs, rests, etc. Most of the good ones use a kind of immersion approach to learning the language - they just start talking in the new language and teaching you words and phrases as you go. My goal is to have you playing beautiful, professional piano chords as quickly as possible, but not by memorizing hundreds of different chords first. I cover the most basic chords first - and only the ones you need to learn one song that we study - then we dive right into applying those chords to that one song. We will talk about chord names and chord notation, but the goal is to go right from the chord symbol to playing it on the keyboard. It's called a lead sheet, and it's what most professional pianists use at one time or another. By sticking with just one song - one lead sheet - in "Professional Piano Chords For Everyday Pianists," you will learn a handful of professional chords, alterations, and substitutions. I can honestly say I've managed to pack 6-18 months worth of piano lessons into one 60+ page guide, but in a very focused way, a practical way. My name is Bill Romer, and I've been playing piano since I was about 5 years old - making that over 35 years now. For the first 15 or 20 years, I mostly sightread music, but then I started to feel very confined and controlled by piano sheet music, so I decided to study jazz piano, which opened up a whole new world for me - not just in my playing, but in the piano jobs I could play, and the people I met.
Since that time, I've played for ballet classes, country club dinners, festivals, church services, private parties, community theatre, and most recently, dueling piano bars.
I love popular piano music, and I like for my playing to sound professional, without sounding too "out there" or avant garde, if you know what I mean. Anyway, all that is just to say that I LOVE playing piano, and most people tell me it shows. I've done my best to bring that love and passion to my piano chord guide, and I'd be honored if you would allow me to share it with you. The absolute fastest way to learn any new chord, so you can play it the instant you see the chord symbol. The single 3-chord progression found in 70-90% of all popular music that just might change the way you listen to and play music on the piano forever. The very special chord that can open the doors to a whole new world of piano playing (it did for me) - and exactly how and when to use it. Exactly where to play chords on the keyboard so they sound the best - not too muddy, and not too thin, but just right. A VERY simple method for adding bass notes to your beautiful new chords - it may look overly simple, but it can make your playing sound like a true professional in no time. I'm sure you're wondering by now how much this useful, information-packed guide is going to cost you, right? First of all, I spent a LOT of time putting it together (much more time than I originally thought it would take, to be honest).


Secondly, I spent nearly $1000 on intermediate and advanced level piano lessons to learn most of the techniques I share in this guide. Heck, these days, a professional half-hour lesson will set you back at least $30, so when you consider that this guide covers the equivalent of 16+ full half-hour piano lessons, that makes this guide worth at least $480! In order to get these powerful piano principals into the hands of as many eager students as possible, I've decided to offer this fantastic value for only $27!
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Get your chord in 2nd inversion, add the 7th and 9th and 11th, then bring your little finger up a whole step -- from the 5th to the 13th (same as the 6th). This is the " Secrets of Exciting Chords & Chord Progressions!" newsletter that you (or someone using your E-mail address) signed up for when you visited our site. A 9th chord is made up of a root, a 3rd, a 5th, a 7th (not the maj7th -- just the 7th) plus the 9th note of the scale, which of course is the same as the 2nd note of the scale, but an octave higher. So what we need to do is to play the C -- the root of the chord -- an octave below middle C while we depress the sustain pedal, and then play the chord shown above. So if you want to play a F9 chord, you would play a low F (the root of the F chord) low on the keyboard, then play the F9 chord while the sustain pedal is depressed.
You may be wondering if you can play 9th chords in different inversions, like you can invert 6th and 7th chords. Then finally, add these 9th chords into the mix -- but don't forget to play the low root before playing the chord -- that's a must! Next lesson we will add 12 more chords to our growing list of chords we can play by adding 11th chords to our stash. For a complete listing of courses that will help you greatly in your piano playing, click here.
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Some people go through their entire lives not being sure about what such and such a major chord is -- and it's all so unnecessary, because you can memorize them in just a few minutes, and learn to play them in 12 seconds or less - one second per chord.
They are 4-note chords -- the root, 3rd, 5th -- just like a major chord, but you also add the 6th degree of the scale to the major triad. It's just like the 11th chord, except you move your little finger up from the 5th of the chord to the 13th -- same as the 6th, except the chord includes the 7th, 9th, and 11th.
Then go through all the 12 minor chords, inverting each one up and down the keyboard -- hands alone, then hands together.
You ought to -- I know we're going slowly, but chords are SO important that you absolutely MUST master them if you are ever going to play the piano like you hope to! I hope you are enjoying learning about all the piano chords in the world -- and we're going to cover them ALL before we're done -- you'll know more about piano chords than 99% of the people in the world -- believe it or not, it's true. The answer is "sure" -- but if I were you I would master one inversion before trying to use several different ones.
Play each 9th chord in root position, then 1st inversion, then 2nd inversion, then in 3rd inversion (the 7th will be the lowest note of the chord) Play each chord up and down the keyboard for at least 2 octaves -- maybe 3 octaves.
They are shown in root position above, but you know that you can turn them upside down 'till the cows come home -- invert them -- so go to it!
We take your privacy (and ours) very seriously, so we don't want anyone receiving our stuff who doesn't want it! Then the next  week we took an airplane ride over Chordland just to get the lay of the land -- the overview of the world of chords. I have had many private students over the years who could play them all in as little as 5 seconds -- one little gal (she was about 12 at the time) had particularly fast hands, and could play them in - believe it or not - 3 seconds!  I have slow hands with fat fingers, and yet I can play them in something like 5 or 6 seconds. The 6th is ALWAYS one whole step above the 5th -- never a half step --  so they are real easy to find. Then go through all 12 diminished chords, inverting each one up and down the keyboard -- each hand alone, then together. Today we're going to learn 9th chords, and from now on we will be inverting the chords and using a 2-step process to play the piano chords. I can't reach all 5 keys, so I had to come up with another way to position the chord on the keyboard. You'll play along with him on each technique until you understand each technique and can execute it by yourself.
Over the past 3 years I have invested literally thousands of dollars in CD's, Tapes, Books, Music Lessons. For the past 2 years, I have spend $100 each month for music lessons from a very talented music director. So unless you have a very good reason to use a different inversion, I would stick with only one inversion for now. Although he is an excellent instructor, (I could say musical genius) he sometimes teaches over my head. I have figured out in 3 hours of disecting your section on 13th Chords, what has bewildered me with his methodolgy of instruction. I have learned a great deal from him, but your program has regenerated my enthusiasm and has uplifted my spirits and given me great encouragement.



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