How To Harmonize Any Tune Using Beautiful Piano Chords!

Introduction by ebook's author:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS

How To Harmonize Any Tune Using Beautiful Piano Chords!I used to wonder how in the world good piano players knew which chords to use in a song — when there was no music in front of them. They would play song after song effortlessly without ever looking at a piece of sheet music.

I remember a man in Hollywood named Dave who was known as “THE piano teacher”. Big names — recording artists — took lessons from him. Students and others sitting around the room in his studio on Cahuenga Blvd. (between Sunset Blvd. and Hollywood Blvd.) would call out songs and Dave would play them one after another. If he didn’t know the song, he would ask them to sing or hum a few bars. Before long he was playing the song with both hands — not just the tune, but harmonizing each melody note with a beautiful chord. I loved it, but I had no idea how he did it.

I was so impressed by his ability to do this that I pumped up my courage and asked him if he would give me private lessons. He said he would, but his prices were out of my league at the time (I was in college). But a few months later during the summer I saved up enough to take 6 weeks of lessons.

By the time those 6 weeks were up, I was able to do pretty much the same as Dave — not quite, but close. And I was thrilled! What I learned that summer — even though it cost me a great deal — has been worth a fortune to me — not only in money, but in terms of satisfaction and just the sheer joy of being able to harmonize any song with a series of appropriate and beautiful chords!

Just think what it will mean for you once you are able to harmonize any song — any tune. For the rest of your life you won’t have to wonder what chords go with which notes. If you play professionally, it will be of great value in your career. If you play with a group at church, you won’t have to wonder what chords the other musicians are playing — there is an intrinsic logic to the process. And if you play for your own enjoyment, you’ll just flat-out get more pleasure out of your playing!

In the e-book I will walk you through the process step by step and show you exactly how to do it. I will also talk you through it — you will hear my voice since I’ll be sitting at my piano and demonstrating exactly how it works. You will be surprised at how easy it is once you grasp the basic concept of harmonization. It’s not rocket science — nothing complicated. Just learn a few facts about the way music works, and you’ll be surprised how fast you can start doing it yourself!

If you’re serious about your piano playing, you will have to agree that $39. is a tiny amount to pay for a skill that will enable you to harmonize the tune of any song with beautiful, lush chords. And like me, you will be able to do this the rest of your life! And as with all ClickBank downloadable products, you have 8 weeks — 56 days — to… Read more…

Click here to submit your review.


Submit your review
* Required Field

Share and Enjoy

How To Harmonize Any Tune Using Beautiful Piano Chords! ebook download, shown here and all purchases of the product will be made securely through Clickbank. Some vendors have Amazon or Paypal options. A rare vendor will have demo software. Never trust a torrent, rapidshare download, direct download, free download, megaupload file or keygen. For more info please contact the product vendor through it's official site, How To Harmonize Any Tune Using Beautiful Piano Chords!. You may find refund information in the registration email you received with your purchase. And if all fails check the whois of How To Harmonize Any Tune Using Beautiful Piano Chords!. All consumer reviews of this pdf, book, guide, ebook, or program and validity or reprinted from the products official site.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>