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Alexalin
11-27-2008, 02:16 PM
Hi I need really very good and very use full piano links.Could i get help from any one?

Malcolm
11-27-2008, 02:28 PM
When I get home from the Holidays I'll be able to send you several more links, in the mean time...........

http://www.pianoworld.com/ubb/ubb/ultimatebb.php

http://www.yokewong.net/

http://www.playpianotips.com/

Enough free stuff here to keep you going till I get home and send more.

Good luck.

Alexalin
11-29-2008, 07:11 AM
Thank you very much for your great response and links.I hope your links will help me to accomplish my work and i would like to know the links about piano accessories.I will let you know if i know any links about piano accessories.

Malcolm
11-29-2008, 04:01 PM
OK I'm back home. Perhaps I should ask what you are interested in beyond accessories. Where are your interests. Playing Classical by rote. Playing pop music using lead sheet, or spending a quite hour improvising just you and your piano.

I know nothing about accessories. I have a Yamaha YPT-400 and have not learned all it's secrets.......... Accessories right now are not high on my priority list.

Alexalin
12-01-2008, 01:25 PM
Thank you for your great links.....If i know any links then i will send you..Thank you!!!

luca19575
12-01-2008, 02:11 PM
if you are interested in jazz,blues and boogie woogie this is a great site:
www.jazzpianolessons.com (http://www.jazzpianolessons.com)
you can have a free full membership for 5 days then if you want to continue having access to all videos you have to pay otherwise you will be in my situation: having a free basic membership which is not so useful cause you can watch only few parts

Blitzbok
12-01-2008, 04:19 PM
Has anybody got any links for finger placement for chords and scales. I'm finding it very difficult to find anything like this. I wish that piano resources where as good as guitar, with regards to technique. Or has anyone got sheetmusic with the fingering labelled? I'd probably pay someone to do it, lol. Yeah that's pretty much all I need. At the moment all my keyboard is used for is ear training :(

Malcolm
12-02-2008, 01:41 AM
http://www.audiblefaith.com/artists/rharrell/music/groupI

If this helps look to the bottom of the page - left hand side for other scales.

Now for finger placement for chords. R = the root note. + 4 means after the root note count up scale four black and white keys then go up scale three more black and white keys to finish the major chord.
Any Major chord - R + 4 + 3
Any minor chord - R + 3 + 4
Extensions Major 6 - R + 4 + 3 + 2
Dominant 7 would be an extension of + 3
Maj7 would be an extension of + 4

Does that help?

Alexalin
12-04-2008, 12:23 PM
Thank you for your link and tips. I am really very happy to met you in this forum.I hope we will maintain the good conversation for general topics also..Thank you!!

jamescarter
02-07-2009, 07:21 AM
I got some stuff might help- hope it does ;



- - For the left hand, work on accompaniment patterns of many types is very helpful. For example: Stride patterns , walking tenths , broken tenths or walking bass and boogie patterns can all be exercises.

- - Two handed devices would include playing improvised lines two octaves apart in the style of Phineas Newborn or block chords (4 note close voicing in the R.H. with the melody doubled one octave below in the L.H.) in the style of George Shearing.

http://www.ibreathemusic.com/forums/showthread.php?p=131511&posted=1#post131511