Udemy Piano Runs and Fills 4 C6 Rolling Waves and Waterfall Runs TUTORIAL
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Udemy Piano Runs and Fills 4 C6 Rolling Waves and Waterfall Runs TUTORIAL
Piano Runs & Fills 4: C6 Dreamy Rolling Waves & Waterfall for Songs Ending

Do you want your piano playing to sound more like a professional?

Many beginners just end their song in a boring way. When they get to the end of the song, they just play a long tone in the empty measure. They do not know what to do with the long measure. Often times, the song sounds very abrupt when they come to an ending.

How would you like to create a dreamy ending so that your audience can sit back to flavor the ending of your performance?

Here's the Secret: One way to create a dreamy ending is create contrasting rolling and dancing sounds at the end of the song. You want your audience to sit back to flavor your performance right to the end. You are going to take them up to a climax with the rolling waves going up. And just as when they think you are ending the song, you are going to start dancing with your fingers creating a waterfall dance coming down.

In this course, I will show you 2 Big piano techniques on Runs:

1. Rolling Waves going up

2. Dancing Waterfall coming down.

3. C6 Chord - 4 Tone Chord

4. Use C6 Inversion - E G B D with thumb on E

5. Learn my 4T6 Magic Handshape for Fingers Rolling

6. Use Left Hand Smart Fingering: L5 L3 L2

7. Coordinating Both Hand by Thinking Simply: L R L R L R

8. C6 Dancing Waterfall Run

9. Train Fingers to dance on staggered notes down 3 octaves

10. Creatively add Extension to Endings

11. Combine 2 techniques: C6 Rolling Waves + C6 Waterfall Run

12. Combine 3 techniques: C6 Rolling Waves + Chromatic Chord Movement + C6 Waterfall Run

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Do you want your piano playing to sound more like a professional?

Many beginners just end their song in a boring way. When they get to the end of the song, they just play a long tone in the empty measure. They do not know what to do with the long measure. Often times, the song sounds very abrupt when they come to an ending.

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This course by PGN Piano is offering an a to z introduction to playing piano for those who have never played before, and those who are playing but want to learn more about piano music theory.

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You should take this course, because it will get you of to a flying start on your piano journey!

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What am I going to get from this course?

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Use intervals, chords and the circle of fifths to understand how songs are being built up, and to learn how to play them quicker!
Use knowledge gathered in the course to learn how to play over 200 songs in no time at all, and how to adapt these songs to your own liking!
Play all major and minor chords, and know how to built over 100 chords based on chord knowledge gathered in section 7 of this course. They will also be able to play over 100 chords and the matching octaves!
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If you just want to learn how to play any pop song in 1 try, and you already know all chords, scales and intervals, and know how to apply them when playing your songs this course is not for you, you are better of getting my separate course: How To Play (nearly) Any Pop Song in 1 Try