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Discover 6 steps to play solo piano with the peaceful and captivating new age compositional style of Windham Hills pianist George Winston.

Discover 6 steps to play solo piano with the peaceful and captivating new age compositional style of Windham Hills pianist George Winston.

Learn how to draw on modal interchange to create unique chord progressions with borrowed chords. Then, use borrowed chords in reharmonization.

Learn how to draw on modal interchange to create unique chord progressions with borrowed chords. Then, use borrowed chords in reharmonization.

How do Hollywood film composers like John Williams, Danny Elfman and Hans Zimmer create gripping chord progressions? Learn 3 tricks to create cinematic chords on piano.

How do Hollywood film composers like John Williams, Danny Elfman and Hans Zimmer create gripping chord progressions? Learn 3 tricks to create cinematic chords on piano.

Learn to add the exciting effect of music modulation to virtually any tune, even if a key change is not indicated in the original score.

Play John Williams' Jurassic Park theme song on piano and Michael Giacchino's Jurassic World theme...all while exploring the compositional process.

In this workshop, we'll be learning Erik Satie's beautiful piece, Gymnopedie No 1. Going phrase by phrase, we'll learn the notes, analyze the harmony, explore dynamics and articulation, and master a variety of compositional techniques.

In this workshop, we'll be learning Erik Satie's beautiful piece, Gymnopedie No 1. Going phrase by phrase, we'll learn the notes, analyze the harmony, explore dynamics and articulation, and master a variety of compositional techniques.

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No ending? No problem! Learn these 7 beautiful endings for jazz tunes to hold your audience's attention to the last note every time!

No ending? No problem! Learn these 7 beautiful endings for jazz tunes to hold your audience's attention to the last note every time!

Halloween is simply way more fun when you add these spooky sounds to your piano bag of tricks.

Join Jonny and composer Joshua Foy as they discuss the influence of jazz and other compositional devices in the film music of John Williams.

We will analyze the Prelude in C Major by J.S. Bach. Going phrase by phrase, we will label the chords and their harmonic functions to understand how the music works, while exploring devices such as “sequencing” and “pedal point."

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