This is the opening song from the album Highway Rider, released in this year. In this piece we can remark traditional 2nd minor intervals and semiquaver rhytmic feel, used very often by Mehldau. You can listen to original version in above YouTube content and download the music sheet here.
This is a transcription of the chords for Vanessa Carlton’s A Thousand Miles in PDF format. A-Thousand-Miles and here’s the youtube link to the music video. Hope it will be beneficial to anyone looking for it. Enjoy and Have Fun ……
Imagine a digital piano sounds exactly like an acoustic grand piano. That’s what reviewers think about Yamaha’s Avantgrand N3. The selling street price is US$15,000. According to Keyboard Magazine review, the touch, the sounds, and the realism of N3 is comparable to a US$30,000 six-foot grand piano. This is without considering the extra features such [...]
Here is a list of 14 cool and unusual pianos, compiled by Toxel.com. My personal favorite is the transparent piano because it will be fascinating to see the hammer and pedal actions in full clarity.
When people are still arguing whether they are too old to start learning the piano, one-armed pianist Jamey Ray had formed his band and working on his coming album. He proves to us that regardless of our age, gender, fingers' length, everyone and anyone can excel in piano playing. He did it just with 5 fingers.
Simple and cathcy song by Jason Castro, thought I share with you guys the chords. Here it is in PDF format. lets-just-fall-in-love-again and here’s the video for your viewing pleasure Enjoy and Have Fun ….
This guy is really funny. I can do the same stuff, but not in English of course [HTML1]
This is a very useful invention indeed only if the keyboard touch feels a lot like the real thing. I play my grand piano while listening to the music I want to transcribe on iPhone ear-piece. Piano Silhouette is a sort of combination of the two. How good is it? The Piano Silhouette is 12 [...]
Isn't it fun to find a piano when you are walking down the street? Just sit down and play your favorite tune. You can even sing to the people who walk by. This is an international touring public art project called "Play me, I'm yours", started by artist Luke Jerram. More than 30 pianos were installed at public places like public parks, busy street, and train stations.