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Jazz Harmony

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In this lesson you will get an insight into the inner workings of the main three areas of harmony that all songs go into which are Tonic, Subdominant …[Read More]

Creating a Melody

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This lesson sees you through arguably the most important aspect of writing a hit song and that is creating a cohesive, memorable, and infectious melod…[Read More]
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This is the final installment of the 4 part series How to Play Like Elton John. In this lesson we will be drawing on everything you’ve learned so fa…[Read More]
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Learn to Play like Elton John Part 3 sees you building on what you’ve already learned in the previous lessons, and adding rhythm and syncopation to …[Read More]
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In this lesson you will learn the instantly recognizable stride bass that features in such piano genres as boogie woogie, ragtime and blues piano, as …[Read More]
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In this series we will be taking a look at some elements you can introduce to your playing to sound in the style of Elton John. We will be looking at …[Read More]
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This lesson continues to build your loop into something that is truly impressive, but so easy to create! You will also learn a new type of scale, the …[Read More]

Creating Loops Part 1

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Creating your own Loops is a great improvisational device that can be as simple or as complex as you want! This two part series takes you through the …[Read More]
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Melodic Ornaments can be used to decorate a note. This is something that can be used as a compositional device in your songwriting, or as a trick up y…[Read More]
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This lesson carries on from the Trill lesson. This is the second part in a four part series on Melodic Ornaments. Melodic Ornaments are used to decora…[Read More]