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Re-HARMONIZATION & IMPROVISATION for the Very Beginner

Ilse Lozoya, Music teacher and Online Educator

Re-HARMONIZATION & IMPROVISATION for the Very Beginner

Ilse Lozoya, Music teacher and Online Educator

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14 Lessons (50m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:20
    • 2. Scales explained

      6:06
    • 3. Maj7 Chord Major Key

      3:57
    • 4. M7 Chord Minor key

      3:35
    • 5. IVm I Quick tip

      3:12
    • 6. V7 Quick tip

      4:32
    • 7. Changing the key of the song

      4:01
    • 8. Pre improvisation Exercise #1

      3:35
    • 9. Pre improvisation Exercise #2

      3:01
    • 10. Pre Improvisation Exercise #3

      5:09
    • 11. Pre Improvisation Exercise #4

      4:36
    • 12. Voicing with 7

      3:08
    • 13. Voicing with 9

      3:15
    • 14. Congratulations!!

      0:53
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This course is dedicated to all those pianists or keyboardists who are already playing songs either in a group or personally with friends and social gatherings but want to complement their way of playing, specifically how to play a bit more complex chords but without going deeper into music theory, to be able to make ornaments in the melody with the right hand, applying simple improvisation principles.

This course is divided into tips and exercises that are very easy to follow. In this course you will find how to embellish chords in a simple way and how to make ornaments in the melody, lessons focused on:

  • Tips on the distribution of the notes of a chord (especially for playing base chords or pads, sequences)

  • Pre-improvisation technical exercises

  • Ideas about chords to enrich the progressions at the beginning or end of a song, when it rises.

  • Simple theoretical recommendations so you can apply the exercises to any chord.

  • 100% practical video tutorials.

Once you register for this class you can ask the instructor questions, so this is not a simple online video course, you can ask your instructor questions through the discussion board.

Ilse Lozoya is a pianist, music teacher, online educator and is teaching more than 60 classes in Skillshare.

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Ilse Lozoya

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Hello Skillshare community!!

My name is Ilse Lozoya I am a pianist and educator, I love to teach online because I can share about music, piano, and education with student around the globe and I think this a wonderful thing in our days.

 My Skillshare classes are dedicated to music students, if you are a beginner or a advanced student I am pretty sure that you will find a class that can help you in your music journey, you will find classes basically about piano, music theory, ear training and education.

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1. Introduction: Thank Did you play piano? Do you play cure? Maybe you are already playing songs that you love and you like, and you share with your friends. But you would like to improve the way that you like specifically when you play courts to Blake songs. Well, this glass is for you. I want to share in this glass. Practical tips on how to make you know those little twists in the way that you play so you can really improve your plea. How can you make some changes in your court so they can sound a little bit more Jesse or more complete And so another trick So you can make slide the changes and you can finish or begin. Your piece is in a different way. So if you are already playing courts well, this thing, this class is definitely for you. My name is inside Syria. I mean, pianist, music teacher and online educator. And I'm very excited to share this class on skill shirt with you and role in this class today and start making those trees those changes. So you can really prove that the way that you play courts welcome 2. Scales explained: Let's talk about the major scale. We need to understand the importance off the harmonize major skill. Why is this important? Well, every time that you're playing a song, all the songs are in certain key, whether it's major or minor, all of them are related. I mean, the minor scale is related to the major scale, so it is important to understand this, and I want to be referring to many things in this course, and you need to be able to understand, because we are talking about the grease off the scale. So the key or the song it is important. So I am going to share with you in this moment how we can understand the type of court that es naturally in every degree off the major scale. This is important when you re are harmonize or change the courts. If you want to make changes, you need to think about this to think about the major scale. And if you want to develop ornaments and understand all the tips that I'm going to keep you , it is important to know this information. This is the C major scale. The major Skip this. If you look at the keyboard. Just play from sea to the next. See, Are you having a structure? Hear that appears. And it it is because of the intervals between each of the notes off the scale. If this is C major scale C is going to be the first note off the scale. This is the route, actually is a tonic. And this is the the first degree off the scale. Because this course is not going really deeper into the theory. I am not going to go deeper in the structure off the course. But you need to be able to know this. And this is going to help you to understand all the recommendations. So if I play the skill and then I play the courts that appear naturally over each of the degrees off the scale, I will find this. And if I analyze the structure, I will see that I have in the first degree I have C major, then d minor E minor F major G major, a minor on be diminished. Then, as a consequence, I have this this Roman numbers and I have just one. If I don't write anything in means that it is major. Then I have the second miner, third miner for Major, 50 meter sixth miner, and seven is going to be diminished. This tiny circle mean that is diminished as well. So what happens if I at another note to the court? So it is not going to be a tree Notes Court is going to be a four notes court. Right? So I will have this C major, seventh D minor, seven e minor seven if made your seventh G dominant a minor seven AM be diminished seven flat five or semi diminished. So, yeah, when we talk about romance, well, this is going to be the answer. So what we need to know is this This is like the formula. If we play the courts that appear naturally over the mayor scale, this is going to be the formula. So if I go on play G major, for example, well, the first note off the scale, which is G, it's going to be made your seven. So do you think about this? And when you play the court, this is a court that is going to appear naturally on the scale that you're playing. So if the song that you are playing is on a major. Well, you can see that, for example, the second note of the court. The second degree is going to be be So it's going to be be minor. Seven. So this is very important that you have this information very close to you when you are practicing and when you are playing a song because this is going to help you. If you want to enrage him like embellished the courts that you're playing, this is really going to be useful. No, here is a chart with all the scales. Remember that the major scale is in a structure is a structure that we're just moving that a structure according to the intervals from any note that we decide at as a route. So I just wrote here. And how does this work have old journals inclusive? I have including I have the harmonics. For example, I have seen Major than I have C sharp. Did I have the flat? G flat is on hand. Harmonic from C sharp. My pay attention right here. I Markle in this case, isn't read the sharp. Why these sharp? It's not common. OK, it's really not. Come on. So it's not used, not frequently. Use not. He are the rest off the off the scales. A sharp it's not common to use is so, uh, why? Because you will have many. So many accidental is and it's not really practical. So you're just using an harmonic. In this case, you're going to use B flat instead of a sharp that is going to be really easier. So this is going to help you to understand the nose off each all the degrees off each scale and considering the and then keep off the song that you are playing this is going to be useful. 3. Maj7 Chord Major Key : I would assure you Avery Creek tip on how to change the courts that you play and the first tape that I'm going to recommend you ive the song that you are playing is on a major the major tone. Let's think that we are playing a C major and we're using this preparation. You see, 1451 is talking about the courts. So instead of playing, just see Mayor. It's Mayor maker here. When we talk about re harmonization, well, why aren't going to suggest is just at the major seventh court in this case to the first on the fourth court off the scale. So if we are talking about on C major, you are going to ask the major seventh to you seem a year and two f major, but many your dressing and well, I'm not that quick yet on finding the major seventh. Well, this is a quick tip off course. Well, this this course is not about really understanding all the court, the structures. I'm just giving you quick tips. And my recommendation here is throughout the major seven. But how to find it fast? Well, visit C major. Think about the seventh in this case, the seventh Eyes right here. And the seventh is the the note before the octave. And remember that the major seventh ISS, it has to be played 1/2 sip before the octave. So if you this is a semi tone or 1/2 step from here and this is the major seventh so what? You just go on Fine, See? And this case you this is the keynote, and it's just half step from C thing. This is the major seven. When we go to the F court, think about is the seventh, but he has to be played half step or a semi tone from the optics on this case. Listen how it changes. I'm going to said, this is it. This is it the drums here in the keyboard. And I'm going to said here, especially 70 beats per minute. And if it's not fast, this is a battle style you set up playing if you I'm going to out the made your seven. How it changes really changes everything. If you're seven. So just a quick deep just at me. You're seven. But where on the the first court of the scale on the 4th 1 and four and that's it. Try that. Try to apply that on any song that you are already playing. And maybe maybe you will find that sounds okay. They made you won't like it. That story find that right especially would slow songs. And this is going to really help you to change, make a twist and really change the way that you are playing. 4. M7 Chord Minor key : I gave you a tip on how to change and add the major seventh chord when you are playing a song that it's in a major key. Well, what happens when the song is a minor key? Well, if you are playing a song that it's a minor in this case, I'm going to keep your example with a minor. So I'm using again this preparation one for 51 So this is a minor the minor e seventh on a mine, right? Well, in this case, I am going to change. Make this quick twist on the one on fourth again, so there's going to be a minor on D minor. Those are the courts that immediately I'm going to change. But what I'm going to do it's a photo of the seven, but in this case is not going to be a major seven. Actually, it is a minor seventh, right? So this court, actually it's going to be a minor seventh and pay attention right here. The seventh. It is a mine or seven, and it's it's going to be played actually from this is, ah, one step from the octave one sip or our whole tone This is a tone from day. So if you want to find, like, immediately the seven here, think about just one step or one tone whole tone, and that's it. So I'm going to give you this example. I'm using memberships. So right here this is the A. You might soothe Minor seven again. I am playing the minor seven. And the actually the the seven, which is minor as well is going to be see So playing right here a minor, then the mind set e seventh dominant seven and then I finished here. This is that quick change that you can do. For example, if you are playing this, I'm going to play this song. Just the beginning. Actually, this is the love theme off Romeo and Juliet. One of the, you know, the I think it's the first movie that they did about this. You're familiar with this? Well, instead of just playing a minor, okay, why don't you dio you can do that? You can play play with the seven, and this is going to change. You can do this on and you continue playing. So that's an example. So I recommend you try try to the death ive the song that you are playing. It's a minor key will ask to the first on the fourth quarter of the The scale will just change them to minor seven. That's going to give you a quick twist on the way that you play as well. 5. IVm I Quick tip : something that you can do that it's going to help you to make this twist, especially if you are. You're playing at the end of a song. Uh, what you can do is if you're playing, for example, in a major key I just play, you see, made nothing too much. Just just play like this. For example, placing media on name place if senior finish See, Major, if, Major if you're playing on C major the key What? What Do not why don't change f major to F minor. Actually, if Minor does now belong to the key off. See, Major, this is the C major scale and supposedly all the courts of we're going to play. Of course, you can make changes as us I am showing you but are going to need to follow this the skis. But if you play from, if the Fort Court of the Scale is going to be if Major What? What happens if I play instead of a major? It's meaner. If minor. I'm sorry, really, really. Changes give you a cool and in here, so just listen. I want to play a C major instead of paying mayor now, years difference really changed right again. This is a difference. See you, Mayor now is major. You're you're This is finer again. So the fort know the preparation of the end? One for one. You're going to change it by one. I mean, see major to F minor. And then you go back to the let's money that we are on a the day, my major. So instead of playing in the fourth chord, which is G major, you're going to play a minor. Sounds really cool, right? Changes the mood. So try that. Go to the song down at the end. Maybe it's not written. That's thoroughly fine, but right at the end to plate the minor fourth court off the scale and it's going to really help you to make a nice to waste at the end off the song. 6. V7 Quick tip : I'm going to give you a quick tip. I have to change the dominant court one Europe early in a piece. This case. Imagine that we are playing something I'm using the C, the C major key and this'll g g seven. Imagine that I am playing. I'm going to use in this kind of a little bit fast Temple. What? I just play What? I played the senior If me your major, that's it. 14 and five, the courts of the key. But my recommendation here is what we're going to do when you play the dominant seventh chord. Especially what you are going back. You can be on the beginning. We're going to begin at the, um What, you're going to sing or something like that was what you can do. You can play the G major, but you're going to play right here base with your left hand. You're going to play G. But right here you are going to play the major court. That it's 11 step down in this case is going to be the f the F major. So you're going to play? Think about the F major chord, but playing the bass G. Right. So you get saying that you are playing This is C major seventh. Then I played G. Listen, how it really changes when I just change the base. But this is important in this case, the FBI. You cannot play the major seven, right? So the function I will say the harmonica function off these f major is just Teoh play a suspend of court for the major. So Dr going to play is I don't give you like the quick tip. Think about that. They have a major report that it's one step down. This case is the f major, but you fall here 50 notes of the scale. So you're going to play G on right here. It sounds really interesting. I want to play this again. Actually, I'm going to play it on Li See mayor if Major And then I play what I just mentioned right? So if you're that really changes everything, I'm going to play this even simple. I'm going to play only f c major if major so you can see how I'm changing this on. Then I am going to play here the major and I play a C major is going to be C F. Then the G what suspended court. And then I finished here. C major right, really changes everything. Tried that is going to sound pretty well actually. Just go find your song, that song that your plane and try to play this, especially when you are going back, that it's like a breach in the middle of the song or beginning. But you're going to play the dominant seven and then you go back to start the song. Well, try that after that suspended court, which is one step down, holds it down and try that is going to really change you and give you a It's like a fresh sound, so try that. 7. Changing the key of the song: Sometimes you are playing a song, but you are going to change the keep. That's imagine that you were playing Come here. I will say like a lot. Some I will say balance or something like that. Actually, I'm sitting here the drums at 60 bits per minute, something I am playing again on Lee. I am using this for 145 but it actually can apply to many, many songs. But I'm give you justice example. So you can really relate with this. I'm going to use the 145 Russia. But ah, what happens when you need to change? You play a dominant right and then you need to go up. You need to go to t O. But if you're playing right here, seem a new when you just Teoh can work. But what is going to help the singer or the other instrument? Really? Oh, or just people that are listening to get in the mood off. The other key is to play that dominant seventh court off the next key. Actually, this is called secondary dominant, but this is not a harmony course, so don't worry. Just need to think if you aren't C major. I'm going to D Major. Why are you going to do well? That dominant seven off the major is 1/7 a seven. So I'm going to d o. Then I'm going to play. This is a dominant seven and then eyes Justice mold melody that I just made up. So just enough in the specific open. Let's play this. Okay, so you're going to be 07 and then you start with the nose off there. What happens is that when you play the dominant seven off the next key, the dominant seventh is that fifth court off the scale. So if you're moving to the major, you're going to play a seven that's going to interrupt and really disrupt what you're playing. And the move changes are repairs, you to play, to go to the next key. So this is important. It tried that if you are somebody that likes to play and seeing, maybe you sing or you play and you know, with your friends and you re play with singers and they want to change and you need to raise the their song. We'll just write that at their fifth grade. In this case, the dominant seven off the next key, and it's going to help you to move in a very better way and actually is going to help the singer to get in the tone off the the next the next key. 8. Pre improvisation Exercise #1: Well, we talk about improvisation off course. Ah, do may think that when if you're listening to somebody improvising, maybe it It's not really thinking about what it's trying to. Dujour just is just flowing, but the relatives are. Sometimes it doesn't matter if you are not. I mean, you don't have to be a Josh pianist. I mean, just playing regular ballot pop song, something simple. But sometimes we want to play another songs. Another notes. I'm sorry between between phrases or just to make introductions. And a good resource is to feel familiar and okay with notes off the core, but moving and using them to play melodies. So very combination. Here. I'm going to use this. How many progression which is? See Mayor eyes 1451 So I'm going to play. I am using with seventh courts. See me your seventh, then F major seventh and G dominant system in in 70 doughnut. So this boy so you can use another voicing as well you can first this, but I am using this. This voicing every combination is I'm going to set the drums off the keyboard. This is the style you can use a kind of slow style in this case, but because of the brand of the key borrowing using piano ballot and I'm going, I'm going to set the speed on 70 bits per minute and what I'm going to do, I am going to play going up a sentimental their vigils off the progression. How is this melody that appear? Sites. Fine. Actually, you can try this playing each court many times until you feel OK passing to the next to the next court. You can actually try to play any song that you are playing. Just doing this with all the sequence off courts that is going to get kelp you to move and feel confident to plane all the notes. I want to do this one more time. Another recommendation is yes. Playing on hold all the measure. The right left hand. You don't need to wear not playing rhythms. We are just only moving uh, using the right hand to play at this, I will say exercises. Daddy's going. I'm going to prepare you to for you provides. And so I believe this. And actually you can play even without this. But this helps you to understand. What are you blame 9. Pre improvisation Exercise #2: The next exercise is per similar to the one that we did previously. But I am going to play this descendant so try to play the descendant courts using this voice. My recommendation as well is to go on play other voicings and that is going to brings another melodies from this our Pedro exercises exercise. So what I'm going to do Oh, have you seen the 145 progression and going and play seem a your seven. If you're seven, Jean dominant off course, you can try this plane on Lee. Just basic precision scored and you can try playing only try. It's but I'm going to and I'm giving you this example. We seven so it really sounds different. So I'm going to do this. Actually, this arpeggio this way off playing there, Pedro, It sounds nice because I am beginning with the dominant here with the major seven. I'm sorry, Major seventh now off. It sounds so if major seven Jeanne, you can try this slower or faster, so let's see how it sounds if I play this 100 beats per minute. I tried that with all the notes off the court, all the courts off the song that you're playing tried that, and it really is going to help you to start moving and you can off course. You can combine the first and the second exercise and that's is going to sound is going to help you to give you ideas and sounds. Sounds good. Use the Metrodome. I use the drums off the keyboard that is going to help you to keep the same speed, help you with the rhythm and sounds. It sounds. It's more fun. It's really that you can have more fun practicing like this. 10. Pre Improvisation Exercise #3: the next exercise, then going to suggest you to prepare yourself to play, you know, like arrangements to the melody. It's a little bit like improvising, but in a very kind of you can prepare your intros on all these things use in these recommendations. And this exercise is I'm going to share with you in this case what I'm going to do. Well, as we did in the previous exercises, we are working with C Major and we are practicing 145 progression. So I am going to play. See, may your seven, then if Major seven and G don't mean on seven and where I'm going to do now, I am going to just play all the notes off this court's like this on. Then you proceed to F major seven. So try that I recommend you. You can play with your right hand first. This is a little bit more difficult on the other exercises. Just think about the no such learning to play on Begin like you're like, find me way of saying Of course you can't go down if you want. Wait, that work and then But first I am going to this. If they make this just ascendant. I'm going to set the drums of the keyboard 70 bits per minute first only with my right hand and what I can do every commend you play first. Well, I'm going to use in the beginning. Use your left hand. Just said beginning off the beat So way, James, You can do this at the speed that you feel really confident. But use use that speed will use the drums so you can really practice the fact that you need to play on time. You cannot rush on time, especially if you want to play with drums or another instruments. Or if you are playing a companions for a singer or you want to sink, why play while you play? So this is my recommendation Now I think this is going Send a way. You can do this in this way and you can combine them. So I'm going to do this first ascendant Dan descendant It just like another step. - And of course, you can combine this going ascend and and change in another core. For example, what? What happens if I play this can faster and going to said this 1 100 bits. That sounds different and sounds, you know, more, utterly more complete. But try this, as I have mentioned practices in different different chords, different keys, and especially with the song that you are playing this is going to help you. 11. Pre Improvisation Exercise #4 : the next exercise that I'm going to. I suggest you ist er practice something that is related to playing to thinking about the notes off the core that you are playing. And you're going to play the next note. Think about I'm making gonna make example with C major Seventh, this is C major seven. Well, think about the notes that are part of this court. What they're going to do, you are going to begin. It's going to be an exercise you can't. You're going to begin playing the next note off the court and then you are going to resolve to the No, the rial that way of saying that the note off the court So think about seeing E g B. What? I'm going to dio I am want you to this. You can dio I want you to this with the Metrodome. Use in 60 bits per minute and this is the valid style we owe what I'm doing. I'm thinking about the notes off the court. I am playing the next one. You can play the next will the previous not in this case thinking about the notes and you can use the other one you can do the same with the the older, the other courts. So and you could be created, but set a pattern, a pattern off this exercise. And you can do this for maybe two. Uh, holding. Waiting to be so thinking about you know, something for now. You can do that practicing like that. Or you can do this a little bit faster. For example, You can do that. That sounds doubts. Okay, right. Remember that. Maybe you can see this is monotonous, but the fact is that I'm using this pattern so I can practice and feel very confident, uh, being a kind of fast going thinking about what I'm going to do, thinking about the notes off the course. So I am working a tow work toward those notes. That's the important thing here. So try that your claim own right and the beats. But this journal contemplated not of the course of the next note on, and then you resolved to the note off the court that you are playing. So this is a good recommendation. Try that. But if you don't feel confident yet, you can dio on that cool work as well. Tried that And if you imagine all these exercises that were working and if you start combining this well, that is going to bring you ideas at the moment off, you know, making arrangement and make this a little extra notes when you are playing. 12. Voicing with 7: Sometimes we are reading and we're we need to play the courts that are there we don't have may be the time to go and and find all the boys is here. But how can we play in this course with seventh and play all the notes distributing all the notes of the court? Will the important out on the court with both hands Well, here is that my recommendation on the voicing And this is going to be the South particle when you and use paths or you change your argue like saying the move. If you are playing on us synthesizer synthesizer like this, what can you do? Well, you can't play with your left hand. You're going to play in this case, I'm going to use example would see Major seven anger to play the the road off the court here, which is going to be thinks the base is going to be C and they're going to play the major seven here. So is 17 on my right hand. I going to play the third and the fifth. Listen, how different sounds. If I play like this, if I I am using paths, for example, for example, I guess, uh, changed too. Strengths here instead of playing like this, you can do this on the harmonic distribution is going to help you. It sounds better. Actually, the distribution off all the voices are pretty good. That sounds okay on if I I can use this actually to any court. If I go to G dominant seven, I can use the roads, which is G. And then here I played the third on the 50 and that is fine as well. So try that if you are playing, if you are playing sequences that you are actually recording paths or something like that, you conduced this voicing. Or maybe you are just only George Just only want you just want to play different distribution. Kind of fast distribution off the notes of the court. Well, this is a good recommendation want. And 7/3 and fifth. And that's it actually sounds one that's example. Very different. If I play here through the route, it sounds like I mean less interesting. I would say you know, this. This is my opinion. Tried that it's going Teoh give you a good mood if you're distributed, distributed all the voices like that 13. Voicing with 9: if you want to distribute all the voices off the court, I gave you the example with seventh. What? What happens if I want to ask the nine? Well, this is going to be I will say easier to play the ninth chord with both hands. And if you are playing paths, if you are recording, this is going to help you to the right sequence since, or something like that we're going to do, I'm going to play again. I'm going to keep it example with C major nine in this case, the Actually, the court is being right. Well, I'm going to play the the good of the court was going to be the base here on the seven is a major seven. And right here where I'm going to do, I'm going to play the third on the night. But the night is going to be right here. Remember that the nine is you can simplify this and find that the ninth is actually the second note from the root off the from the rude rights or from the scale, Actually, But in this case, the nine is from the root of the core. You're going to play the the next note. So I'm going to play the third and the night eyes. How we really really changes If I play like this like this This is okay. But if I change on, I'm pleased that nine especially if you are playing balance or something like that, you're playing paths If you're recording sequences, this is going toe really, really help to you and it's house. Pretty because I am playing right here is bad base, right? The root off the off the court and the upper voice the opposite highest is going to be the night. So this sounds good sounds sides. You can play as well denying the fifth note if you want, but it's not totally necessary. Actually, that does not really change. Listen, with this is with the 50. This is without the fifth actually no known imports on change. So tried that. If you are playing with Jane here, OK, I have this. I'm sorry, this is drinks. If you are using with dominant seven totally works again. The base G F search and the night Good. Good distribution. This is called voicing. So this is a very good distribution off the voicing. So try that. Try that. Have fun with your keeper. Changed the sounds and you can try this. Anybody of you are playing an acoustic piano will try that. That sounds good. Some is going to begin distributing all the voices like this. 14. Congratulations!!: Congratulations. You are now at the end off this sculpture class. Thank you for letting me share with you about the beauty off, whether music, piano or education. Thank you. My name is Jill Salo's. Oye. Again. Thank you for being part of this class in this community. Gives You want to check out the rest of my classes to just go to the next? 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