17 ways to play a chord progression

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Even if you have actually got the for a song, does not indicate you know how to turn them into a part, so today we are looking at 17 various ways to play on piano.

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0:00 Introduction.
0:34 Held chords.
1:23 Quarter notes.
2:25 "The Researcher".
3:28 Top-bottom.
4:33 Arpeggios.
8:00 Alberti Bass.
9:28 HDpiano.
10:29 .
11:22 Dembow.
12:17 3:2 .
14:57 4:3 .
16:25 Waltz.
17:20 "Turkish March".
18:01 8ths.
19:48 Triplets.
22:34 Patreon.


17 ways to play a chord progression

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  1. Most educational channel on YT for music. He teaches us crucial things that people don’t realize need to be taught.

    1. And if you’re in a rush in the morning and you need something to spread on your toast and someone is hogging it

  2. Wow!! This is a crazy valuable resource any songwriter can refer to!! I’ve been writing songs for 25 years but… I think I’m gonna check this next time I write a song, and really think about which technique to use.

    Thanks David!!

  3. Omg shout out Fake Empire!! First mention of The National in a David Bennett video?? I’ve always been confused by the time signature of that song, thought it was 3 then 4 later. But this makes so much more sense!!

  4. This is exactly the topic I’ve been wondering about recently. Thank you!

  5. 0:40 It’s cool how Hosier is SO recognisable that I immediately thought of it when David played the held chords in that specific way.

  6. bruh did i just see the note’s names on the sheet music?? for someone who cant read, thank you david

  7. Big David! I love the way you show the concepts and its work on basicly every musical instruments. Great content!

  8. More videos on how to play chord progressions. Chord connectors are amazing and these videos are like songwriting GOLD

  9. I thought the video was going to be about I V VI III, but it turned out to be about piano hand patterns. Had I known that I would have clicked on it sooner.

  10. I’ve been looking for a good video on piano patterns for ages. Thank you!

  11. Thank you so much. Rhythmic patterns are just not discussed as often as chord progressions and scales are.

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