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post Feb 10 2010, 11:51 AM
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Hello GMCers!

After an introductory time of eight piano/keyboard lessons, I’m sure that many of you are already performing great music on the white&black keys! ;-)

Well, it is the right time for us to check how my lessons are going and your satisfaction level, just write here your thoughts, this will help me a lot to “fine tuning” my next lessons that I’m preparing for you.

I’d know your “LESSONS WISH LIST”, I mean your lesson requests for the next weeks: exercises, techniques, songs and any other lesson topic you have in mind.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: I'm sorry but, due to copyrights issue, I cannot have lessons on "cover songs". Please, check it before you submit your request. Songs are copyright free after 70 years the composer's death.

Moreover, I’d like to expand my lesson categories:
- keytar, computer music, music theory/harmony, improvisation, songwriting/arrangement, synth programming and more. Please, let me know which is your favorite topic/lesson.

Book your next lesson here! Let me know what you’d like to learn/practice and you’ll see your “customized” lesson online soon!

PS: I’ll check this Forum topic day by day. So, consider it always live.

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post Feb 10 2010, 01:29 PM
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Would be cool to see ehhr... what is it called... BWV 578 (???) - "Little" fugue in G minor.



It might not be a beginners style lesson though.


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post Feb 10 2010, 01:44 PM
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This fugue is not very "little" smile.gif There is a lot going on here but it's an awesome piece. Maybe maestro could do the part 1 of this. I would also love to learn it. I recognised that Yngwie used many parts from this one on his live solos.


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post Feb 10 2010, 02:11 PM
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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Feb 10 2010, 01:44 PM) *
This fugue is not very "little" smile.gif There is a lot going on here but it's an awesome piece. Maybe maestro could do the part 1 of this. I would also love to learn it. I recognised that Yngwie used many parts from this one on his live solos.


I know it's not "little", but I've just heard it reffered to as "little fugue in G minor" many times laugh.gif


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post Feb 10 2010, 02:17 PM
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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Feb 10 2010, 01:11 PM) *
I know it's not "little", but I've just heard it reffered to as "little fugue in G minor" many times laugh.gif

hehe I know I was just joking smile.gif


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post Feb 10 2010, 03:11 PM
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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Feb 10 2010, 02:17 PM) *
hehe I know I was just joking smile.gif


Yeah, I thought saw. It's one of my favorite pieces though, and I agree it could be split up in some parts. It would be cool to also see a guitar version of this piece wink.gif


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post Feb 10 2010, 06:58 PM
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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Feb 10 2010, 01:29 PM) *
Would be cool to see ehhr... what is it called... BWV 578 (???) - "Little" fugue in G minor.



It might not be a beginners style lesson though.

Hello there! Yes, of course the Bach's Fugue in Gm is already inserted in the wish list and it will be soon part of my new lesson!

Thanks for your suggestion, really interesting, I like it!

QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Feb 10 2010, 01:44 PM) *
This fugue is not very "little" smile.gif There is a lot going on here but it's an awesome piece. Maybe maestro could do the part 1 of this. I would also love to learn it. I recognised that Yngwie used many parts from this one on his live solos.

Hi bro, yes you right of course, nothing from Bach is "little", everything is absolutely awesome!!! But yes, this fugue, sometime has been named "Little Fugue" compared to other giant masterworks!!

I'll make a new lesson on this Fugue that I liked and I played during my Conservatory studies on the "Organ", sounds majestic! I'm glad you'll play it as well, and yes, Yngwie played a lot of Bach stuff, always... and from Vivaldi as well... wink.gif

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post Feb 10 2010, 09:30 PM
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I'd like to see something like; 70's organ rock and hard rock rhythm and solo


some distortion for a real dirty sounding rock Hammond wink.gif


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post Feb 10 2010, 11:27 PM
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Something in the styleof Stratovarius or Rhapsody of fire


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post Feb 11 2010, 12:00 AM
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QUOTE (superize @ Feb 10 2010, 11:27 PM) *
Something in the styleof Stratovarius or Rhapsody of fire

Yes let's do it! Jens Johansson is one of my top-favorite keyboardists! We'll analyze some songs from Stratovarius concentrating, of course, on the keyboard job (pads, harpsichord, choirs, solos, ...).

Sounds good? ;-) Thanks for the suggestion!

QUOTE (MickeM @ Feb 10 2010, 09:30 PM) *
I'd like to see something like; 70's organ rock and hard rock rhythm and solo


some distortion for a real dirty sounding rock Hammond wink.gif

Also this is a great lesson request! Thanks! Hammond is one of the greatest rock instruments! I use it a lot on my Metal songs, even if when you don't hear it and... seems a rhytmhic guitar... it is not, it is a tottally distorted hammond sound!!!

Sure, we can build-up our heavy hammond and play with it some heavy riffs!!!

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QUOTE (Maestro Mistheria @ Feb 10 2010, 11:00 PM) *
Yes let's do it! Jens Johansson is one of my top-favorite keyboardists! We'll analyze some songs from Stratovarius concentrating, of course, on the keyboard job (pads, harpsichord, choirs, solos, ...).


Maestro, how about this one from Stratovarius? We can try to do the lesson together. We would not be able to leave the tab due to copyrights but we can talk in the lesson and explain note by note. Check how other guys do cover lessons. We can do just this first part up to 1:30.



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post Feb 11 2010, 04:03 AM
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I'd like to get into doing backing tracks on keyboard. Lessons like these might be at an easier level. But it would be cool to learn how to do basic chords and smart ways for a keyboard player to use different inversions etc for nice pads & basic rhythm. I hope that this is not too basic for a lesson, but eventually lessons that walked us through basic chord progressions and changes for different styles, the different modes, etc. would be cool. Level 2 or 3 would be good for me cause I could learn a lot about harmony and the "structure" of music even at that level of technical difficulty. I think since I've been playing guitar so long, that I tend to focus on technical aspects to the neglect of more basic music theory. Studying this on keyboard would be a good way for a guitarist to still be able to focus on guitar while improving music theory/harmony knowledge at the same time.

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post Feb 11 2010, 10:02 AM
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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Feb 11 2010, 12:51 AM) *
Maestro, how about this one from Stratovarius? We can try to do the lesson together. We would not be able to leave the tab due to copyrights but we can talk in the lesson and explain note by note. Check how other guys do cover lessons. We can do just this first part up to 1:30.


Hi bro, yes sounds great! We can make this lesson real! The jump from the "beginner piano lesson" is BIG but I hope many students can jump with us.. :-)

QUOTE (JamesT @ Feb 11 2010, 04:03 AM) *
I'd like to get into doing backing tracks on keyboard. Lessons like these might be at an easier level. But it would be cool to learn how to do basic chords and smart ways for a keyboard player to use different inversions etc for nice pads & basic rhythm. I hope that this is not too basic for a lesson, but eventually lessons that walked us through basic chord progressions and changes for different styles, the different modes, etc. would be cool. Level 2 or 3 would be good for me cause I could learn a lot about harmony and the "structure" of music even at that level of technical difficulty. I think since I've been playing guitar so long, that I tend to focus on technical aspects to the neglect of more basic music theory. Studying this on keyboard would be a good way for a guitarist to still be able to focus on guitar while improving music theory/harmony knowledge at the same time.

Hello! Your lesson request is absolutely perfect and useful! Thanks for this. This kind of lesson was already in my plan but now I think it will be really one of the next lesson that I'll publish on GMC because it's also what has been required to me from the GMC staff! Your explanation makes really clear what it is needed and gave me great ideas about the lesson's contents. Thanks again, your "wish lesson" is on the way...


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post Feb 11 2010, 10:04 AM
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Though you don't have to put this on the "wish list", I've always liked this song:



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post Feb 11 2010, 10:15 AM
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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Feb 11 2010, 10:04 AM) *
Though you don't have to put this on the "wish list", I've always liked this song:


Yes, it is a nice piano part in the late Baroque/Romanticism dramatic style.. I'll try to keep this as idea and develop a small part where some of that playing/impro elements are involved.. thanks!

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Along the lines that Micke suggested - I'd really like a lesson on Hammond Organ techniques, especially how you do that growly glissando thing - I have always wondered about that!


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I like this one, It's a hard one too smile.gif Maybe a guitar lesson from it also.
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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Feb 11 2010, 07:35 PM) *
Along the lines that Micke suggested - I'd really like a lesson on Hammond Organ techniques, especially how you do that growly glissando thing - I have always wondered about that!

Hi Andrew! Great suggestion too! We can explore that hammond techniques that make the hammond sound really something so special! We'll discover that kind of "growly glissando" and more... excellent idea! Definitely in the list... ;-) Thanks!


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I'd love to see a level 3 or 4 arrangement of "Cry of the Poor." This isn't a good representation, but I think you may have heard the song.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XhcrTAXd0o I know you're getting flooded with requests, but this is my wish.


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