Piano Lesson 'Glacier Point' Shows Anyone How to Freely Improvise

Oct. 6, 2014 - PRLog -- Triads … they’ve been around for centuries. They’re still being used though and according to piano teacher Edward Weiss, they can be used in new and exciting ways.

Mr. Weiss, president of Quiescence Music, has a ‘new age’ approach that promises to show the beginning student how to improvise and compose in the gentle free-flowing style known as New Age piano.

Here’s what teacher Edward Weiss has to say about this lesson:

Glacier Point is a lesson I created to show students how to create a free-form improvisation using nothing but triads. Both hands are used to create a flowing ethereal sound that you would never think came from triads alone.”

The online piano course Weiss runs at his website has been going strong for over 10 years now and offers a different approach than what most piano students are used to.

Weiss explains his unique approach to teaching piano…

“I teach piano a lot like an art teacher might approach a lesson. You have a title  - something like Glacier Point for example. You also have clear cut instruction on how to create it. I’ve always admired art instruction books because they spell everything out in a very clear way. It’s all ‘step-by-step’ and makes learning easy. I wondered why music lessons couldn’t be like this. I stopped wondering when I started creating these lessons myself.”

The lesson Glacier Point along with a complete New Age piano course is currently being offered at http://www.Newagepianolessons.com
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