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What is a Pentatonic Scale?

Introduction to the scale at the basis of the Impressionist Period

Released on January 22, 2014

  
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Jill Gubler * VSM MEMBER * on January 29, 2014 @9:06 am PST
This is a great explanation on pentatonic scales. Love it!
Joyce * VSM MEMBER * on January 25, 2014 @8:02 am PST
I think his videos are excellent and very helpful to me as a 69 year old trying to learn the piano for the first time in my life.
wayne russell * VSM MEMBER * on January 24, 2014 @3:53 am PST
What a wonderful discovery! Can't wait to try it!
kevin * VSM MEMBER * on January 23, 2014 @7:10 am PST
Hi Pentatonic video brill..informative simpleand clear...lets have more please
Maria * VSM MEMBER * on January 22, 2014 @8:40 pm PST
What a clear explanation! It all makes sense now.
And I love your shirts!
Fulvia Bowerman * VSM MEMBER * on January 22, 2014 @4:49 pm PST
Never too old to learn something new! Thanks!
Hank Schutz * VSM MEMBER * on January 22, 2014 @2:17 pm PST
I appreciate his enthusiasm and his knowledgable explanations.

Question: What's the difference between a piano and a forte piano?
I think the later were used by Mozart and Beethoven. Would they like the sound of today's pianos?
Jonicler Real on January 22, 2014 @12:20 pm PST
EXCELLENT APPROACH!!!
Annabel * VSM MEMBER * on January 22, 2014 @11:08 am PST
PS...as I recall that was the basis for black spirituals, wasn't it?
Annabel * VSM MEMBER * on January 22, 2014 @11:06 am PST
Thank you for making my day. By reminding me of the joys of the pentatonic, you gave me a fun addition to my lessons for a whole week ( I'm a piano teacher!)
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