eMedia Intermediate Piano and Keyboard Method PC
Piano Instructional Software – 150 Lessons, 50 Videos, Animated Keyboard – PC
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Transform Your Playing Today! Piano Lessons Teach Blues Piano, Advanced Piano Chords, Technique, Music Theory and Piano Improvisation!
If you’ve already mastered basic piano skills, then this is the piano software you need. Vadim Ghin, M.A., who has taught at the renowned Juilliard School of Music, delivers over 150 intermediate-to-advanced piano lessons designed to help you improve piano technique, understand music theory, learn how to play blues piano and get started with piano improvisation. Interactive Feedback technologies make this piano tutorial easy to understand, and you can click immediately to any of the piano lessons so you learn faster.
The piano software includes 50 classic piano pieces, from composers like Chopin, Irving Berlin, and Jelly Roll Morton, to make learning piano fun.
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- eMedia’s Animated Keyboard to display notes and fingerings for each piano tutorial. Great to visualize piano chords and piano scales. Use with Interactive Feedback to see the piano notes you play in real time.
- Interactive Feedback with Note and Finger Tracker technology. The piano software listens as you play individual notes and displays them in music notation. This works with both electronic keyboards and acoustic pianos!
- A piano tutorial on improvisation that teaches music theory and the relation of piano scales to piano chords to teach piano improvisation.
- Over 50 video piano lessons, with split-screen for learning hand positioning and fingerings.
- Performance Evaluation technology on selected exercises to allow the piano tutorial to score you on incorrectly played notes (MIDI keyboard required).
- Instrumental accompaniment on select pieces (both orchestral and jazz) to make piano lessons fun.
- Select and loop sections of the piano pieces so you can practice those hard parts!
- Variable-speed MIDI playback options to let you hear left, right, or both hands.
- A digital metronome to keep you on rhythm and a recorder so you can listen back and evaluate your playing.
Whether you want to work on piano technique, play a piano solo, learn new piano chords, or master classic piano pieces – the piano lessons found in eMedia Intermediate Piano & Keyboard Method piano software takes your playing to the next level.
I. Tonality and the Keyboard
Pitches; Key Signatures; Intervals; Expanded Hand Position; A Minor Scales and Chord Progression with Inversions; Hanon and Other Finger Exercises; Pieces Include Works by Beethoven, Liszt, Tchaikovsky and Traditional Songs.
II. Developing Manual Dexterity and Independence
Complete Note and Rest Values; E Minor Scales and Chord Progression with Inversions; More Intervals; Hanon and Other Finger Exercises; Independence of Hands; Pieces Include Works by Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, Puccini, Brahms and Traditional Songs.
III. Advanced Rhythms and Transitions
Triplets; More Intervals and Chords; Etudes; Changing Time Signatures; Pieces Include Works by Schubert, Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Traditional Tunes.
IV. Interpretive Expression Marks and Voicing
Expression Marks; Closed and Open Voicing; D Minor Scales and Open Chord Progression; Philipp Exercise for the Independence of Fingers; More Intervals; Pieces Include Works by Puccini, Tchaikovsky, Dukas, Saint-Saëns, Brahms, Borodin, Traditional Tunes and More.
V. Integrating Elements of Performance
More Intervals; The Diminished Chord; Hanon for Wrist Technique; Etude; Rubato; Pieces Include Works by Elgar, Handel, Chopin, Mouret, Mozart and Traditional Tunes.
VI. The Blues
The Blues Form, Scales and Progressions; Swing Rhythm; Grace Notes; Glissandos; Blues Songs Include Works by Fletcher Henderson, Jimmy Durante, Eubie Blake, Perry Bradford, W.C. Handy and Others.
VII. Improvisation Based on the Blues
Melodic, Rhythmic and Harmonic Improvisation; Walking Bass, Stride, Swing (Boogie Woogie and Other Variants), Rhythmic Repetition, Funky Rhythm; Jam Along and Make Up Your Own; Pieces Include Works by Irving Berlin, George Gershwin and “Jelly Roll” Morton.
VIII. The Piano in Ensemble
Warshauer’s Rainy Day Blues with Jazz Ensemble; The Piano Concerto with Orchestral Accompaniment (Extended Excerpts): Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21 (First and Second Movements); Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concertos No. 2 and No. 3.
Exercises: Developing Finger Dexterity
Exercises for 2, 3, and 4 Fingers; Hanon Exercise No. 1 in C Major, A Minor, F Major, D Minor, G Major, E Minor; Philipp’s Independence of Fingers Exercises No. 1 and No. 2.
Supplementary Scales and Intervals
Two-Octave Scales: C Major, A Minor, F Major, D Minor, G Major, E Minor; Summary of Intervals.
Review of Piano Basics