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Piano Improvisation: 'New Age' Approach Has Students Playing Right Away
Free Lesson 'Forest Interlude' Shows Students How to Improvise!
By: Quiescence Music
Thanks in most part to pianist and composer Edward Weiss. Weiss, who owns and operates Quiescencemusic.com has been teaching students how to create their own New Age piano music for over 15 years. A remarkable feat in the online world where businesses usually last no longer than the first 3 months.
When asked about his free lesson and approach to piano playing, Mr. Weiss responds:
"The lesson I'm giving away shows students that improvising need not be difficult. All it takes is the right kind of limits to set someone's playing free. For example, in the lesson Forest Interlude, I play a simple exercise that uses chords and a chord chart. With these two things, a complete beginner can begin to experience the joy of improvisation."
The free lesson this New Age piano teacher offers is just one out of over 150 this instructor now has on his website. Students who are interested can become a course member and learn at their own pace from the comfort of home. A free workbook 'New Age Piano Made Easy' is also supplied.
The free lesson Forest Interlude is now available at http://www.Quiescencemusic.com