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Jazzy Piano Newsletter July 10, 2020
Chord basics – Part Four
Free video lesson series on YouTube.
 

Visual recognition of the minor triads
 

Hi Pianists,
Chord basics (Part Four) - Visual recognition of the minor triads
This video lesson is about six-and-a-half minutes long.
 
In Part 4 in the continuing series on chord basics, I take a look at making visual and tactile recognition of the minor triads on the piano by paying attention to the arrangement of the black and white keys under the hand. There are three different groups, each containing three chords, and three separate chords which don’t fit any pattern.
 
I hope you will enjoy the minor chord study so much that you will forget that you are actually learning while playing.
 
Here is a link to the new lesson. 
Click on the video thumbnail below.
Part Four – Visual recognition of the minor triads.
Here is a link to the first three lessons in the series, in case you missed them.
Part One – Major chord challenge.
Part Two – Minor chord challenge.
Part Three - Making improvised classical images with minor chords.

There are lots of other free video lessons on the website that show many ways to improvise with jazz chords. 
Visit the website here.
 
Stay safe in this stay-at-home period. Don't let anyone play your piano unless they are wearing gloves. (Just kidding) Emoji 
 
Musically yours,
Glen                           

 
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