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New 2-part Tutorial: Accompaniment Styles for 50 Great Songs

by Bruce Siegel on March 11th, 2012

I’m excited about my latest videos. Rather than focus on just one song, they help you play a huge variety of songs both slow and fast, including pop, rock, folk, blues, Broadway–you name it.

To play most of these songs, you’ll need only the four chords you’ve learned so far in the course: I, IV, V, vi. In the key of C, that’s C, F, G, and A minor. (The vi chord is introduced in this lesson.) On the video, I even tell you where to get free lead sheets, transposed to your key and ready to print out.

Read more and watch the video. . .

4 Comments
  1. Virginia Larson permalink

    Still anticipating the availability of sheet music for the lovely music you play at the end of part two.:)

  2. Bruce Siegel permalink

    Still not quite able to play the Silent Night arrangement?

  3. benjamin rhee permalink

    Your teaching methods are very impressive.

    Can I purchase DVD( your of your teaching ) if available.

    Thanks

  4. Bruce Siegel permalink

    Thanks, Benjamin! The lessons aren’t yet available on disk. I keep getting requests for DVD’s, though, so I guess I need to figure out how to do that!

    Currently, the only way to access the videos is to subscribe to DoctorKeys. For just $15, you can stream them for 6 months.

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