The Ultimate Piano Bundle: From Beginner to Advanced

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Ultimate Piano Course: Go from a Beginner/Average to an Advanced Pianist
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  • Experience level required: All levels
  • Access 278 lectures & 37 hours of content 24/7
  • Length of time users can access this course: Lifetime

Course Curriculum

278 Lessons (37h)

  • Your First Program
  • Introduction & Getting Started
    Introduction0:37
    The Layout of the Piano/Keyboard5:10
    Letters/Names of the Keys on the Piano/Keyboard7:42
    Piano Fingerings & Hand Movement on the Piano/Keyboard6:02
    Learn how to play a Fun Tune27:51
  • The Development of Independence between the Right Hand and the Left Hand
    Part 1 of Developing Independence between both hands (includes learning a song)6:57
    Part 2 of Developing Independence between both hands (includes learning a song)11:11
  • Brief Overview of what is to Come in the Course
    Brief Overview of what is to Come in the Course5:55
  • Musical Intervals
    Musical Intervals7:27
  • Scales/Major Scales
    Scales/How to build a major scale9:05
    C Major Scale3:16
    C# Major Scale3:35
    E flat Major Scale1:18
    E Major Scale1:37
    F Major Scale3:19
    F# Major Scale1:20
    G Major Scale1:22
    A flat Major Scale3:24
    A Major Scale2:50
    B flat Major Scale1:13
    B Major Scale3:54
    Review of Major Scales7:48
    Tonic sol-fa5:30
  • Practical Exercises that you can do to master all the 12 Major Scales
    How to practise all the 12 Major Scales with your Right Hand29:06
    How to practise all the 12 Major Scales with your Left Hand27:41
  • Minor Scales/Natural Minor Scales
    Introduction to Minor Scales & Natural Minor Scales14:08
    C Natural Minor Scale5:48
    C# Natural Minor Scale4:56
    D Natural Minor Scale4:41
    E flat Natural Minor Scale4:43
    E Natural Minor Scale5:25
    F Natural Minor Scale5:10
    F# Natural Minor Scale4:47
    G Natural Minor Scale4:52
    A flat Natural Minor Scale4:48
    A Natural Minor Scale4:46
    B flat Natural Minor Scale5:18
    B Natural Minor Scale5:27
    The Natural Minor Scale's Tonic sol-fa9:52
  • Harmonic Minor Scales
    Introduction to Harmonic Minor Scales3:01
    C Harmonic Minor Scale5:54
    C# Harmonic Minor Scale
    D Harmonic Minor Scale5:31
    E flat Harmonic Minor Scale5:57
    E Harmonic Minor Scale6:47
    F Harmonic Minor Scale6:45
    F# Harmonic Minor Scale6:37
    G Harmonic Minor Scale5:33
    A flat Harmonic Minor Scale6:19
    A Harmonic Minor Scale6:01
    B flat Harmonic Minor Scale5:47
    B Harmonic Minor Scale6:14
  • Melodic Minor Scales
    Introduction to Melodic Minor Scales11:19
    C Melodic Minor Scale6:34
    C# Melodic Minor Scale7:26
    D Melodic Minor Scale6:58
    E flat Melodic Minor Scale8:01
    E Melodic Minor Scale7:08
    F Melodic Minor Scale7:59
    F# Melodic Minor Scale7:12
    G Melodic Minor Scale6:43
    A flat Melodic Minor Scale7:00
    A Melodic Minor Scale6:42
    B flat Melodic Minor Scale7:21
    B Melodic Minor Scale6:43
    Ascending and Descending Melodic Minor Scales explained11:55
  • Scale Degrees
    Scale Degrees for the Major Scales and the Natural Minor Scales6:45
    Scale Degrees for the Harmonic Minor Scales and the Melodic Minor Scales4:08
    The Number System3:13
  • More about Musical Intervals
    Major, Minor and Perfect Intervals12:12
    Diminished and Augmented Intervals7:48
    The Tritone2:40
  • Chords (Triad Chords)
    Major, Minor, Augmented and Diminished Triad Chords17:43
  • Major Scale Triad Chords
    Overview of Major Scale Triad Chords9:12
    C Major Scale Triad Chords13:58
    C# Major Scale Triad Chords7:36
    D Major Scale Triad Chords8:23
    E flat Major Scale Triad Chords9:27
    E Major Scale Triad Chords8:29
    F Major Scale Triad Chords8:41
    F# Major Scale Triad Chords10:23
    G Major Scale Triad Chords8:44
    A flat Major Scale Triad Chords8:53
    A Major Scale Triad Chords8:17
    B flat Major Scale Triad Chords7:51
    B Major Scale Triad Chords8:17
    Pattern of the triad chords within each Major Scale9:37
  • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords
    Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords15:54
    An overview of what is to come3:26
    C Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords14:03
    C# Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords13:57
    D Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords13:12
    E flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords14:12
    E Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords13:53
    F Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords16:14
    F# Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords14:24
    G Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords14:56
    A flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords18:04
    A Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords14:42
    B flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords14:55
    B Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords13:19
    Pattern of the triad chords within each Natural Minor Scale8:34
  • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords
    Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords15:25
  • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords
    Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords16:29
  • 7th Chords, 6th Chords & Suspended Chords
    Major 6th Chord2:52
    Minor 6th Chord2:47
    Major 7th Chord6:44
    Minor 7th Chord6:14
    What is a Suspended Chord? | Suspended 2nd Chord | Suspended 4th Chord9:06
    Suspended 2nd Triad Chord2:08
    Suspended 4th Triad Chord2:37
    Dominant 7th Chord5:18
    Diminished 7th Chord4:15
    Half-Diminished 7th Chord1:48
    Augmented-Major 7th Chord1:53
    Augmented-Minor 7th Chord2:19
    Minor-Major 7th Chord3:09
    Scale 7th Chords12:05
    Added Tone Chord7:32
  • Scale Degrees for Chords (Number System for Chords within a Scale)
    Number System for Chords within a Scale2:14
  • Pentatonic, Chromatic and Blues Scales
    Major Pentatonic Scale7:44
    Minor Pentatonic Scale12:48
    Blues Scale9:20
    Chromatic Scale3:14
  • Chord Inversions & Arpeggios
    Triad Chord Inversions9:08
    7th Chord Inversions9:26
    Arpeggios2:20
    Practising Different Triad Chords and their Different Inversions18:12
    Practising Different 7th Chords and their Different Inversions9:38
  • Sharps & Flats Explained Further and Tasks for you to do
    Further explanations of Sharps & Flats6:58
    Further explanations for naming the Notes and Chords within a Scale. | Tasks18:07
    Augmented Minor 7th Chords
    Augmented-Major 7th Chords
    Blues Scale
    Diminished 7th Chords
    Dominant 7th Chords
    Half Diminished 7th Chords
    Harmonic Minor Scale 7th Chords
    Harmonic Minor Scale Notes
    Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords
    Major 6th Chords
    Major 7th Chords
    Major Pentatonic Scales
    Major Scale 7th Chords
    Major Scale Triad Chords
    Melodic Minor Scale 7th Chords
    Melodic Minor Scale Notes
    Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords
    Minor 6th Chords
    Minor 7th Chords
    Minor Pentatonic Scales
    Minor-Major 7th Chords
    Natural Minor Scale 7th Chords
    Natural Minor Scale Notes
    Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords
    Suspended 2nd Triad Chords
    Suspended 4th Triad Chords
    Further Explanations of Natural Minor Scales and their Relative Major Scales18:21
  • Circle of Fifths
    What the Circle of Fifth is and How to build one5:19
    How to build a Major Triad Chord using the Circle of Fifths4:23
    How to build a Minor Triad Chord using the Circle of Fifths3:46
    How the Circle of Fifths shows how many sharps & flats are in 12 Major Scales5:19
    How to find the relative Major & Natural Minor Scales via the Circle of Fifths6:40
  • How to Play Songs by ear and with Chords | Chord Progressions
    Introduction of How to play Songs1:47
    How to play Songs by ear (Part 1)19:25
    How to play Songs by ear (Part 2)4:51
    What to play with your Left Hand8:01
    Getting used to playing with both hands on the Piano (includes learning a Song)3:31
    An example of a Left Hand Pattern for accompanying Songs2:26
    Introduction of how to play Songs by using Chords1:36
    How to play Songs by using Chords (Playing by ear) - Part 120:33
    Continuation of How to play Songs by using Chords (Playing by ear) - Part 11:41
    Check different Voicings for different Chords2:19
    How to play Songs by using Chords(Part 2) & How to identify the Chords of a Song4:58
    Write down the chords of the song you want to play0:32
    Using Different Left Hand and Right Hand Combinations to play Chords (Part 1)17:48
    Part 2 of Using Different Left Hand and Right Hand Combinations to play Chords13:16
    Chord Progressions | 4 popular Chords that a lot of Chord Progressions have8:58
    How to arpeggiate Chord Progressions6:50
    Examples of Chord Progressions13:45
    How to recognise certain Chord Symbols3:52
    More Chord Symbols3:36
    Different approaches that can be used to play Songs8:32
  • The Primary and Secondary Chords in all Major and Minor Scales
    The Primary and Secondary Chords in all Major and Minor Scales12:10
    How to master all the Primary Chords in each Major Key20:17
    How to master all the Primary Chords in each Natural Minor Key17:55
    Extending each Primary Chord into a 7th Chord3:48
  • Transposition
    Transposition10:46
    More on Transposition11:52
    Another example that shows what it means to Transpose18:24
  • Developing the ability to be able to play comfortably in all 12 Keys
    Developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys11:41
    Part 1b of developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys26:13
    Part 2 of developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys19:00
  • Different Chord Progressions in all the 12 Keys
    The I iii vi IV I Chord Progression18:48
    The I ii vi V I Chord Progression16:52
    The 1 5 2 4 1 Chord Progression18:13
    The 2 3 7 5 1 Chord Progression17:30
    The 3 6 2 5 1 Chord Progression18:53
    The 4 2 6 5 4 1 Chord Progression21:08
    The 1 6 5 4 1 Chord Progression19:38
    The 4 1 2 5 6 Chord Progression19:14
    The 6 4 3 5 1 Chord Progression20:01
    The 1 3 4 2 5 1 Chord Progression19:44
    The 1 2 3 4 5 1 Chord Progression19:16
    The 4 3 5 1 Chord Progression14:55
  • Rhythms & Improvisation
    Rhythms4:36
    How to Create Melodies & Tunes with Arpeggios6:27
    Rhythm (Another example of a Rhythm)2:20
    Improvisation7:32
    Improvising through Arpeggios and Inverted Chords10:16
    Improvising by using Pentatonic Scales5:03
    Using the Blues Scale to Improvise5:02
    Improvising with the Major and Minor Pentatonic Scales14:00
    More on the topic of 'Improvisation'7:48
    How to play Songs by using Arpeggios4:27
  • What is a Grace Note? | How to use a Grace Note
    What is a Grace Note? | How to use a Grace Note7:56
  • Passing Chords | Using Diminished & Augmented Triad Chords as Passing Chords
    Passing Chord/Chords and How to use a Diminished Triad Chord as a Passing Chord9:58
    How to use an Augmented Triad Chord as a Passing Chord6:42
  • How to use Diminished 7th Chords and the uniqueness of Diminished 7th Chords
    The uniqueness of the Diminished 7th Chords19:06
    How to use Diminished 7th Chords8:14
  • How to use an Augmented Triad Chord & the uniqueness of an Augmented Triad Chord
    How to use an Augmented Triad Chord & the uniqueness of an Augmented Triad Chord19:15
  • Using 7th Chords in Chord Progressions
    Using 7th Chords in Chord Progressions11:46
  • How to use Secondary Dominant Chords to add Flavour to your Chord Progressions
    Using a Secondary Dominant Chord (Dominant 7th Chord) in your Chord Progression13:37
    An example of how to use Secondary Dominant Chords as Passing Chords12:15
    Using a Secondary Dominant Chord as a Passing Chord for different Chords13:42
  • How to use Suspended & Diatonic Chords to add Colour to your Chord Progressions
    How to use Suspended Chords to add Colour & Interest to your Chord Progressions6:19
    How to use Diatonic Chords to add Colour & Interest to your Chord Progressions5:24
  • Modulation
    Definition of Modulation & Using the 5 and 1 Chords to Modulate7:38
    How to use the Dominant 7th & 1 Chords to modulate from one Major Key to another6:23
    Using the 2, Dominant 7th and 1 Chords to modulate from one Major Key to another4:13
    How to use Common Chord/Chords between Keys to Modulate2:48
    How to use the 2-5-1 Chords in a Key to Modulate2:20
  • Cadences
    What is a Cadence & What is the Imperfect Authentic Cadence7:50
    The Perfect Authentic Cadence4:26
    The Plagal Cadence2:18
    The Deceptive Cadence2:39
    The Half Cadence3:14
  • How to use Suspended Chords and Diminished Chords
    How to use Suspended Chords8:06
    How to use a Diminished 7th Chord to modulate into a new Key5:11
    How to use a Diminished Chord and a Diminished 7th Chord4:57
  • Improvisation (filling the empty Spaces in Songs with Piano runs, Licks & Riffs)
    How to use Licks, Riffs and Arpeggios to fill in the empty spaces in Songs8:54
    How to use Piano runs to fill in the empty spaces in Songs9:46
  • Using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions
    Using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions11:10
    More on using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions9:21
    Using a non-diatonic Augmented Major 7th Chord to add colour8:02
  • Slash Chords
    Slash Chords7:00
  • The Sustain Pedal
    How to use the Sustain Pedal8:57
  • How to use Music to create different Atmospheres
    How to use Music to create different Atmospheres20:11
    Part 2 of How to use Music to create different Atmospheres7:39
    Diminished Triad Chords Create Tension3:04
  • How to find the key of a song
    How to find the key of a song (Part 1)20:21
    How to find the key of a song (Part 2)12:00
    Part 3 of how to find the Key of a Song17:46
    More on finding the Key of a Song13:39
  • Extended Chords
    Extended Intervals16:03
    9th Chords7:38
    11th Chords3:23
    13th Chords3:08
    Playing an extended Chord without playing all the notes that make up the Chord7:34
    Using Both Hands to play 9th, 11th and 13th Chords2:12
    More about 9th, 11th and 13th Chords9:11
  • Chord Voicings and How to use 9th, 11th and 13th Chords
    Chord Voicings and How to use 9th, 11th and 13th Chords14:09
  • Altered Chords
    What is an altered Chord?8:31
    An example of how to use an Altered Chord6:41
  • Modes
    Definition of Modes17:05
    The Ionian, Dorian and the Phrygian modes11:31
    The Lydian and the Mixolydian modes15:07
    The Aeolian and the Locrian modes7:10
  • Other types of Scales
    The Whole-Half Octatonic Scale4:58
    The Half-Whole Octatonic Scale3:12
    The Whole-Tone Scale2:28
    Lydian Dominant Scale9:19
  • The Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes
    Part 1 of the Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes19:02
    Part 2 of the Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes7:16
    Using Modes for Songwriting20:29
  • Improvising with Modes
    Improvising with Major Modes8:54
    Improvising with Minor Modes5:00
  • Conclusion
    Conclusion5:02

Ultimate Piano Course: Go from a Beginner/Average to an Advanced Pianist

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Oluwayanmife Akintola

Oluwayanmife Akintola | Pianist & Computer Engineer

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Oluwayanmife "Yummy" Akintola is a Udemy instructor and an experienced Pianist/Keyboardist. He has been playing for many years and translated this experience into 10 current courses. Yummy also has a Computer Engineering degree.

Description

Paying for offline lessons with a teacher for music lessons can be expensive and there are people that can't afford it; this course offers a better alternative for offline lessons and at a cheaper price. This course is for everyone that wants to learn how to play the piano or/and for people that want to learn about Music Theory. This class takes you from a beginner level with absolutely no experience to a professional level. Learn the very basics and move on to more advanced topics.

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  • Access 278 lectures & 37 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand the "Hows" & "Whys" of the concepts about playing the piano and about Music Theory
  • Know & play Major Chords, Minor Chords, Diminished Chords, Augmented Chords, Suspended Chords, Dominant 7th Chords, and more
  • Play anything in all 12 keys comfortably
  • Add color to your chord progressions

"Good pace to learn from complete beginner. Fun exercises to practice and explained well." – Matthew Hill

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