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Approaching Advanced Silent Night

How to approach Advanced Arrangements such as Silent Night

Released on December 13, 2012

  
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Robert Bissett on April 28, 2015 @6:38 am PST
Great, started playing a year a go. Have a teacher and moving along ok. I read the comments and found them interesting. Thanks for remembering that some of us are just starting out. Bye the way am71 and always wanted to play
Doug Baker on February 13, 2015 @11:18 pm PST
That was all very encouraging !
kamau stephen wanjiku on December 13, 2014 @2:05 am PST
i want a copy of advanced piano for silent night, am in ongata rongai kenya
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on December 14, 2014 @2:41 pm PST
You can find it inside our Christmas Variations:
http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/score/ChristmasVariations.html

Please, let me know if you have any further questions. Thanks.
joel on September 7, 2014 @8:40 am PST
Wonderful !! thats all i ve been looking for im just a "rookie" wondering on such a new advice from a Master
Thanks a Lot!!
Jeanne on September 6, 2014 @11:55 am PST
I am a retired RN & I started piano/ vocal lessons lessons about
5 years ago.After much frustration I purchased EZ play today
Books & @ Clavinova. My reluctant teacher/accompanist fully approved once he saw how much I now enjoyed playing.
Karla Ober * VSM MEMBER * on January 11, 2014 @11:45 pm PST
Thank you! These sheet music "hacks" are really helpful!
connie borcherding on December 20, 2013 @7:29 am PST
I like to improvise christmas songs but want to learn how to advance my chord structure beyond the I IV V chords. What are the basic other minor chords etc that would add more color sound and interesting progression to a song?
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Robert Estrin - host, on December 20, 2013 @10:58 am PST
What a great question - I would like to offer some suggestions in a future video. I may produce this one really soon!
Margaret Leonard on December 19, 2013 @4:59 am PST
Dear Robert. Re - Silent Night on piano. Many years ago my tutor taught me the chord symbols which I add to full music if there are no chords. I find adding chords helps enormously. I would like to hear your comments re playing from chords, please. Margaret Leonard (England) .
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Robert Estrin - host, on December 19, 2013 @1:03 pm PST
You bring up an excellent point. Nearly all jazz musicians (as well as other styles) rely solely on lead sheets which contain just the melody and chord symbols to realize their arrangements. This is an ideal way to approach improvising on songs. I will be offering a tutorial on reading a lead sheet in a future video.
Fulvia * VSM MEMBER * on December 18, 2013 @6:16 am PST
Great! Just was I used to do when I was a teenager and trying to play orchestra pieces reduced for piano, sometime well above my level, like "Poet and Peasant" of Suppé and Italian military marches! It was fun, I should try it again (arthitis permitting) ! :)
Gma Cma on November 8, 2013 @5:20 am PST
Thanks so much! Wow, this was really helpful. As one of those who has always thought things had to be played as written, I find this to be freeing! Shine on, Robert!
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