Complete Rock Keyboard Method: Mastering Rock Keyboard
Develop the monster-chops of a great rock keyboardist with this conclusion to the only real, step-by-step rock keyboard method available today. Starting with a quick review of music fundamentals and theory, this book moves directly into advanced techniques and counterpoint exercises. Learn the concepts and techniques used by the great progressive rock keyboard virtuosos. Other topics include odd meters, modal interchange, rhythm and groove and the roles of the keyboard player in a rhythm section. Loaded with virtuosic, dazzling rock keyboard pieces to learn, this is a major step forward in the field of rock keyboard instruction.
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Aadd9 Accented Aeolian Amin arpeggios Asus7 band Ben Folds Blues Scale Bmin Bmin/F Bmin7 borrowed chord cadence chord progression chord tones Chord Type Mode CMaj7 Cmin7 Gmin7 Coda count the subdivisions degree diatonic diatonic triads Dmin Dorian mode Dsus4 eighth notes Emin ensemble situation Esus7 extensions F Major F^min fingerings half steps harmonic minor scale improvisation interval jazz Keith Emerson key signature keyboard player left hand Locrian Lydian major 3rd major 7th major chord major chord scale major key major scale Major triad melodic minor min7 minor 3rd minor 7th minor pentatonic scale Mixolydian modal interchange chords Mode or Scale moog natural minor scale octave odd meter ostinato pattern pedal tones Phrygian mode piano progressive rock Rick Wakeman right hand Rock Keyboard root solo sound style Swing 8ths synth Tony Banks Track whole step