Learn how to get started playing exciting authentic 1950s Rock’n’Roll on the piano

What you’ll learn
Play a simple pattern to accompany a rock’n’roll song
Understand a 12 bar blues progression
Play various left hand patterns for different feel and tempo
Understand basic chord theory and chord structure
Play genre typical right hand licks
Improvise using scales, chords and runs
Play easy to intermediate exciting rock’n’roll piano solos

You should have a piano or a keyboard to practice
Basic understanding of the piano is necessary
Experience in piano playing is great, but not a must have

Do you want to learn how to play a truly exciting style of music on the piano?Then this course is just right for you. We will start very slow, so you can follow along easily. Then in a very short time you will be able to accompany classic rock’n’roll songs like “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On”.Then we will show you some variations and in the second section we will start with some basic solo playing. Ath the end of this section you will be able to play your first full 12 bar blues solo.In the third section you will learn some typical licks and tricks, that will lift your solo playing to another level.In every section we’ll give you a musical theory background in small doses, easy to understand to suggest. Those lesson will enable you to play with more confidence because you will understand how the different scales (major scale, blues scale, country scale) and common chords work. We will also help you to improvise with those scalesIn this course you will learn:A Basic Accompanying Pattern For Classic Rock’n’Roll SongsA Second Accompanying Pattern For An Even Stronger SoundThe Structure Of A Standard 12 Bar Blues in thre different keysThe Major Scale On The Piano and What You Can Do With ItThe Structure Of The Major Chord, The 6th Chord and The 7th ChordA Magic Chord That Lets You Play A Full Solo Without Even ChangingTwo Authentic Left Hand Patterns As Driving Force For Your Solo PlayingThe Structure Of The Blues Scale And How To Use ItHow A Blueberry Muffin Recipe Can Measure Your ProgressSome Great Authentic Must Know Licks For The Right HandHow To Come Up With Your Own LicksThe Structure Of The Country Scale And How To Use ItHow To Accompany A Typical 1950s Ballad

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 The Udemy Player

Section 2: Basic Rock’n’Roll Accompanying

Lecture 3 First Step To A Rock’n’Roll Accompanying Pattern

Lecture 4 Combining Left and Right Hand

Lecture 5 Playing The Pattern In A 12 Bar Blues Progression

Lecture 6 Variations For The 4th Bar

Lecture 7 Playing The Pattern In Other Keys

Lecture 8 Another Accompanying Pattern For A Stronger Rock’n’Roll Sound

Section 3: Basic Solo Concepts

Lecture 9 A New Left Hand Pattern

Lecture 10 Music Theory – The Difference Between Straight Beat And Shuffle

Lecture 11 Left Hand Pattern For A Blues Shuffle

Lecture 12 Music Theory – The Major Scale

Lecture 13 How To Practice The Major Scale

Lecture 14 Music Theory – The Major Chord

Lecture 15 Music Theory – The 7th Chord

Lecture 16 Music Theory – The Blues Scale

Lecture 17 Blues Scale Fingering

Lecture 18 A Full 12 Bar Blues Solo in C – Part 1

Lecture 19 A Full 12 Bar Blues Solo in C – Part 2

Section 4: A Bag of Licks and Tricks

Lecture 20 Your First Essential Rock’n’Roll Solo Riff

Lecture 21 Four Variations Of The First Riff

Lecture 22 Music Theory – The Sixth Chord

Lecture 23 Two More Great Solo Riffs

Lecture 24 Adding Some Turnarounds

Lecture 25 Music Theory – The Country Scale

Lecture 26 Improvising With The Country Scale

Lecture 27 Adding Some Glissandi To Your Playing

Lecture 28 How To Accompany A Typical 1950s Ballad

Anyone who wants to learn how to play authentic rock’n’roll piano,Piano players who want to expand their repertoire with new licks and tricks

Udemy Rock’N’Roll Piano Masterclass (访问密码: 4885)