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Level 14

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About This Level

In Level 14, we’ll learn a great exercise for mastering big leaps at the piano. Leaps are found everywhere, in all kinds of music, and so it’s worth spending some time mastering them. We’ll cover some more minor scales, including two that begin on black keys.

The tutorials in this section include Alan Walker’s hit “Faded” and Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect,” as well as the wonderful “Wild Horseman” or “Wilder Reiter.”

TECHNIQUE

Exercise in Leaps

In this tutorial, we’ll learn a little exercise to help you master big leaps at the piano. 

Improving Your Evenness

In this tutorial, I’ll show you some special tips and tricks for developing really even playing. This is something that separates the pros from the amateurs, and if you can master this, you’ll sound like a pro too!

B Minor Scale

In this tutorial, we’ll learn to play the B minor scale with both hands together in parallel motion. 

F# Minor Scale

In this tutorial, we’ll learn to play the F# minor scale with both hands together in parallel motion.

 

C# Minor Scale

In this tutorial, we’ll learn to play the C# minor scale with both hands together in parallel motion.

 

REPERTOIRE

The Wild Horseman (Schumann)

A wild, fun, crazy piece in a minor key! Let’s learn to play the “Wild Horseman”, or “Wilder Reiter”, from Schumann’s Album for the Young.  

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Faded (Alan Walker)

Here’s one to impress your friends with! In this tutorial, we’ll learn to play Alan Walker’s hit song, “Faded”. We’ll learn this one from a lead sheet: chords and melody.

 

Perfect (Ed Sheeran)

In this tutorial, we’ll learn to play Ed Sheeran’s hit, “Perfect.” We’ll learn this one from a lead sheet as well, because this is a simpler way of writing pop music that allows the musician more freedom.

Questions before taking this course?

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