- Udemy Play Piano 7: Improvise on For All We Know in F Key by Ear TUTORiAL
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Play 2-5 Power Chords Substitution to dress up the music arrangement of For All We Know. Improvise with piano techniques
Play Piano 7: Play Popular Songs By Ear Using Chord Progression! Improvise & Put 2-5 Power Chords to 'For All We Know' + WORKBOOK
I have developed this Amazing 2-5 Power Chord Reharmonization Method to help you gain success to playing your favorite standards.
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2-5 Power Chords are found in many standards and popular movie themes. They make rich full sounds that will captivate your audience wanting more.
In this song 'For All We Know', I show you how to take a tune from its basic harmony ( I IV V7 ) to advanced sophisticated chords.
'Composer J. Fred Coots and lyricist Sam Lewis, both of whom enjoyed success on Broadway, wrote 'For All We Know' in 1934. “The Nat ‘King’ Cole Trio’s 1949 recording brought this tune back into the mainstream 15 years after it was written.”
First, we need to establish a harmonic foundation to the song with basic chords so that you understand how complex chords come into play.
I also put in a section on Easy Improvisation. I show you different ways to improvise around the chord progressions so that you learn 'tone motion voice leading'. Even when you don't play the actual melody of the song, you can hear the song in the background when you play the harmonic chord progressions. This is a good ear training program to help you play many standard and pop songs by EAR.
Learn 2-5 Powr Chord Rules & Chord Substitutions to 'For All We Know Improvisation'.
In this song, I teach you how to use 2-5 Power chords to reharmonize the song from the harmonic basic chord foundation.
In the full arrangement, you will be playing these chords: