The Pop Piano Book

Author: Mark Harrison
Editor: Harrison Music Education Systems
ISBN: 9780793598786
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(Piano). This cutting-edge keyboard method is a total step-by-step approach to creating keyboard parts spontaneously. Rhythmic and harmonic concepts are applied in all keys, and are then used as a basis for developing specific solutions in rock, pop, ballad, funk, new age, country and gospel styles. Endorsed by Grammy winners, top educators, and Keyboard magazine.

Pop Piano Course Book 1

Author: John W. Schaum
Editor: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457452345
Size: 19,65 MB
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The basic object of Popular-Piano Study is to convert vocal music into piano-solo style. It is a fascinating study that motivates keyboard harmony and develops creativeness. The POP course focuses on harmonizing melodies and suggesting ways of embellishing and varying songs. In designing the course, no attempt has been made to explain all the rudiments of music. It is expected that the pupil will derive this from a parallel standard beginner's book such as the SCHAUM ADULT COURSE BOOK I. Also, the reading elemment is expected to be gained from an outside source, such as the SCHAUM NOTE SPELLER.

Pop Piano Course

Author: John W. Schaum
Editor: Warner Bros Publications
ISBN: 9780769236612
Size: 14,80 MB
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The basic object of Popular-Piano Study is to convert vocal music into piano-solo style. It is a fascinating study that motivates keyboard harmony and develops creativeness. The POP course focuses on harmonizing melodies and suggesting ways of embellishing and varying songs. In designing the course, no attempt has been made to explain all the rudiments of music. It is expected that the pupil will derive this from a parallel standard beginner's book such as the SCHAUM ADULT COURSE BOOK I. Also, the reading elemment is expected to be gained from an outside source, such as the SCHAUM NOTE SPELLER.

Pop Goes The Piano Book 1

Author: Lynn Freeman Olson
Editor: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457422959
Size: 15,25 MB
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There's always a need for recreational piano solos, and these sparkling collections contain a wide variety of light styles that are guaranteed to delight students and audiences alike. Jazz, pop, Latin, country, blues, ballads -- you name the style, it's here! Grouped in three progressive books.

Piano Styles Of 23 Pop Masters

Author: Mark Harrison
Editor: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 1480358746
Size: 18,46 MB
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(Keyboard Instruction). Learn to play the piano styles of today's top rock, pop, and jazz artists! Here are the melodic and harmonic techniques of 23 iconic performers, including Ray Charles, Herbie Hancock, Norah Jones, Alicia Keys, Elton John and Stevie Wonder, to name just a few. The accompanying audio is designed to allow maximum flexibility when practicing: you can highlight the piano part, the rhythm section, or both according to your needs. A must for players who really want to get inside the styles of their favorite artists.

Blues Piano

Author: Mark Harrison
Editor: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 1476816034
Size: 16,41 MB
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(Keyboard Instruction). Ever wanted to play the blues, but weren't sure where to start? Blues Piano will teach you the basic skills you need. From comping to soloing, you'll learn the theory, the tools, and even the tricks that the pros use. And, you get seven complete tunes to jam on. Covers: scales and chords; left-hand patterns; walking bass; endings and turnarounds; right-hand techniques; how to solo with blues scales; crossover licks; and more.

The Art Of Worship

Author: Greg Scheer
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 9781585582358
Size: 13,66 MB
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Contemporary worship continues to gain strength as the form of worship of choice for many churches across the country. The Art of Worship is a complete resource to which a musician or pastor can turn when asked to lead contemporary music. It provides in-depth instruction to every aspect of contemporary worship leadership--from assembling the team to choosing the music to conducting rehearsals. Author Greg Scheer takes a balanced, holistic approach, embracing the contemporary style without denying older traditions and encouraging excellence without ignoring the realities of the local church context. Worship team leaders, musicians, and pastors looking for a quality, comprehensive resource need look no further.

Up Grade Pop Piano

Author: Pam Wedgwood
Editor: Up-Grade Pop!
ISBN: 9780571524754
Size: 11,93 MB
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A fun addition to the popular Up-Grade! series, Up-Grade Pop! is a great way to bridge the gap between grades. Each book is jam-packed with refreshing new arrangements of well-known pop tunes as well as original pop pieces by Pam Wedgwood. A fun and exciting way to ease students gently on to the next grade.

Seven Studies In Pop Piano

Author: Bill Hilton
Editor: Carrier Books
ISBN: 9780956220417
Size: 13,21 MB
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Seven Studies in Pop Piano is a collection of short piano pieces that will help you learn the styles used by major pop pianists. The studies range from easy to intermediate. Each one comes with notes explaining the techniques used, the underpinning theory and harmony, and suggestions on how to develop your own improvisations.

The Chopin Sessions

Author: Andrea Dow
Editor:
ISBN: 9781720751151
Size: 14,53 MB
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(Classical Pop Piano Solos). These pop-infused piano solos inspired by the music of Chopin will energize the next generation of piano players. Early intermediate students will immediately fall in love with pop renditions of: * Prelude in Db Major *Nocturne in Eb Major *√Čtude in E Major *Waltz in C# Minor *Piano Sonata No. 2 in Bb Minor *Waltz in Db Major * Prelude in E Minor