Piano Chords: An innovative shapes method to play piano in an hour: 170,000 minutes viewed so far! | Simon Glenister | Skillshare

Piano Chords: An innovative shapes method to play piano in an hour: 170,000 minutes viewed so far!

Simon Glenister, Professional Musician

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26 Lessons (1h 27m)
    • 1. Intro video

      2:56
    • 2. Anchoring ourselves

      2:39
    • 3. Using our anchor to work out other note names

      2:59
    • 4. What is a chord and how do we make one

      3:58
    • 5. PIcket fences and triangles

      4:21
    • 6. Explain table what's to come

      1:16
    • 7. Minor chords

      3:19
    • 8. Working out the names of black notes

      2:29
    • 9. Sharp and flat Chords

      1:51
    • 10. 7th chords

      2:22
    • 11. Minor 7th chords

      0:56
    • 12. Maj 7th Chords

      0:29
    • 13. Table with 7ths

      0:31
    • 14. Better left hand

      2:04
    • 15. Arpeggio' s

      2:03
    • 16. Passing note's

      1:35
    • 17. Run up's and down

      1:03
    • 18. Working out Slash Chords

      2:30
    • 19. Using beats and bars to work out when to play chords

      5:25
    • 20. Putting it all together

      5:43
    • 21. Chord inversions

      2:31
    • 22. Playing inbetween the count

      3:14
    • 23. Johnny Cash's Hurt

      8:23
    • 24. Sam Smith's stay with me

      8:27
    • 25. Skinny love bon iver/birdy

      5:02
    • 26. Imagine John Lennon

      9:10
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