Now that you’ve learned how to do left hand accompaniment, it’s time you learn some right hand accompaniment. It has the same basic premise as the left hand,
It adds another important step on your way to learning piano, and you can see in the video how imperative left hand rhythm can be.
So, here I am driving my car on Cambridge Street like I do 3 times a day in my town. My radio is on and I am listening to a top 40 station outside of Boston when a song comes on that I have never heard. The man’s voice astounds me and I am transported in another way entirely. It’s such a beautiful ballad and I need to find out who is singing it.
I don’t know about you, but just listening to the song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams makes me want to smile, sing and dance. Even after hearing it so many times! Well, guess what? It’s not hard to play on the piano and this video will teach you how to do it.
So, you want to play a little jazz piano, do you? To get started, all you need to do is learn this chord configuration. Three notes.
Sounds simple? Well, it is.
Do you long to accompany yourself on the piano but don’t know where to start? Well, here’s some great news. You don’t need to be able to read any music at all to do it! Really. You do need to understand how to play some basic chords. But once you know some major and minor chords, you can use this rhythm pattern with both hands to play lots of up- tempo songs.