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#10 Hand Coordination - Transfer Chord Ballad 9 - C &


#10 Hand Coordination - Transfer Chord Ballad 9 - C & Bb Key [Update]
#10 Hand Coordination - Transfer Chord Ballad 9 - C & Bb Key
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hours | Lec: 41 | 337 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English



Learn to coordinate both hands easily using my unique Transfer Chord Techniques - Play Flowing Ballad 9 to He is Lord
#10 Hand Coordination - Transfer Chord Technique - Play Flowing Ballad 9 to a song: He is Lord C Key & Bb Key
It's exciting for me to see my students having so much fun in learning piano! I am creating this new series of course for my students because they want to learn how to coordinate both hands in a flowing manner.
Here's My Secret: Rosa's Unique Transfer Chord Technique - Use 2 Hands to play chords to create new sounds!
Our struggles:
we have already acquired some very basic skills to play good accompaniment to our songs, but we have reached a plateau that everything we play sounds very similar.
we want to get out of the boring LH arpeggios but cannot because we don't know how else to play them.
we are frustrated trying to figure out how to fit the entire arpeggio into a song.
we do not know how to count the arpeggios to make them fit to the melody of the song.
we find our LH ballad playing so predictable and boring that they even put us to sleep at times.
we feel stuck in a rut and do not know how to spice up our ballad playing.
If this is your experience, this new series of "Mastering Fun Piano Techniques" using my Transfer Chord Technique from Left Hand to Right Hand to add new sounds.
Piano Tip: Use Transfer Chord to Play Flowing Ballad 9 Fillers!
Purpose of this course:
1. This course is designed to 'help' students apply ONE Specific Piano Technique - the Flowing Ballad 9 Transfer Chord Technique to He is Lord.
2. From my own experience of teaching, I notice that students need to DRILL one technique at a time to their songs so that the technique can become 'automatic' in their playing. The series of video clips are prepared in slow motion and normal tempo so that students can practice, practice, and practice until they feel very comfortable in using the technique easily to songs.








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