Introduction To Jazz
Those Keys With This Popular Little Introduction To Jazz Piano Chords
That Will Have You Jazzin' Up Your Playing Within Minutes"
Piano Pro Lets You In On 10 Pro Piano "Trade Secrets"
That You Can Put To Use Just Seconds From Now
I'm Dave Longo...
Looking for an
Introduction to jazz piano chords? As a fellow piano enthusiast, I have
great admiration and respect for
you because I know where you are coming from... we've all been there.
It's often not hard to find teachers. Actually, in the area I
was brought up, they are a "dime a dozen." But, unfortunately the
majority of them fall in a category of "traditional teachers."Of
course, they have their place. But I think
you know what I mean... go ahead and try to get them to share with you
ideas of a contemporary nature, and they just can't do it. Why? Because
most of them don't know how! (And, unfortunately, a few of
the others aren't willing to share what they know - or don't have a
"knack" for teaching it)
"I Was Lucky"
Thankfully, I was lucky enough to to find a "select few"
... you see, each and every teacher I ever had (after
research and finding them) knew what I was after from a very young
age... they understood that a good foundation of chord knowledge was
necessary if one is to be able to express himself or herself creatively
on the piano. Chords, chords, chords... it's what I have been exposed
to ever since I can remember. To give you a little background on
myself, you might want to take a look at my report
explaining what led to my creation of ProProach...
then you'll know where I'm coming from with all this...
Well, each and every teacher I was ever exposed to had something to
offer me, and I am grateful for that. What one could help me with,
another could not... and vice versa, of course. I consider my past
experience with piano teachers something pretty rare and a history to
"Learn To Learn
Throughout my learning process (which never stops, by the way), my
creativity was nurtured by these teachers... to the point where I
developed the skills and confidence to find what I was looking for,
even when it was not immediately presented to me by one of my mentors.
This is actually a foundational principle of ProProach... to get the
individual to think for himself or herself - as a pro
"Something I Know About
I'll tell you what I do
know about you already, without even knowing you personally:
You have what it takes
to get where you want to go with all this.
Do you know how
I know this?
Well, it's pretty simple if you stop and think about it... you have
arrived this far in this message, which means you have taken it upon
yourself - you
the initiative - to seek out
what you want to know... this
is a first
and foremost trait of any successful pro!
You don't wait for someone to eventually come your way and tell you
what you might want to hear... you actively have
the "search lights"
on for what will get you from here to there on your own!
"Grab What You Can"
I think you will agree, as an aspiring and growing piano stylist
(regardless of your age), that it's important to you get your hands on
any kind of learning information you can. You never know when you will
find that "nugget" or two that will really provide that little
something you need to boost your confidence or give you that special
bit of insight you've been wating for...
Trust me, I know what it's like to be in search of them...
and you never know when you're going to be lucky enough to discover
such treasures... well, I've collected a few of them and thought I
something that might help save you a little bit of time...
"A Little Manuscript
You'll Want To Have"
I have put together a little something... a small collection of some of
those "nuggets" that every aspiring piano stylist should know. It has
served many as a nice introduction to jazz piano chords.
Why have I done this? Because I want you to have something that will
not only put you in touch with a few of those "jewels" I picked up
throughout the years, but will provide you with the incentive to want
to learn more...
You see, you won't find every single chord secret that you'll
ever want to know within this collection... that is not its intent. Its
purpose is to satisfy a little of that "hunger" you might have and to
"spark" your enthusiasm for wanting to move ahead... after all, isn't
what a coach is for? Well, as your coach, I'd like you to have this
Within this little manuscript, you will find 10 of those little
"pearls" that I was super thankful to discover. You know what I
mean... upon finding that first glimpse of something new and useful,
when you catch yourself experiencing one of those "ahaa!" moments?
Right... that's what you have here...
few things revealed here:
You'll get 10 altogether... again, enough to "quench your thirst" and
increase your desire to go further (of course, ProProach
is always an
option in this case)
- the infamous "So What"
voicing (you have to know this one if you don't already)
- a "jazzy" little you
hear all the time (as a pianist, you're expected to know it)
- the magic of "open
"Own It Now, While..."
When I came up with this little collection, I wanted this introduction
to jazz piano chords to be easly
accessible... I've condensed it all into an eBook format... and I
wanted it to be super affordable for anyone interested. With that said,
here's the cost right now: $7
Your read right: $7 for this little manuscript that just might be the
"kicker" you've been looking for. While I can still offer it at this
price, grab it! It's certainly one you'll want to print and put on your
piano stand. Of the 10 little "nuggets" (or "modules" as I refer to
the eBook) even if you grab one that you can enthusiastically add to
your "chord repertoire" you will have gotten your money's worth and I
will have served my purpose with this.
"Stay Hungry For
I would like to thank you for your time. Please always go after what
you are looking
for with enthusiasm in your personal musical adventure, and I hope that
what you seeks also seeks you!
To your musical success,
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