Piano & Guitar
Many of you sitting at home might be wondering what improvisation is. The simplified definition of it is performing without preparation. Improvisation can improve your playing, as it builds on your understanding of melody, structure, and composition. It's simple enough with a little practice; like anything else, improvisation is a skill that improves with use.
This is one of our student’s all-time favorites. This beautiful improve technique is easy enough for young students to master. This activity is sure to be a hit with students any age. Even young students learn how to improvise the left hand, and they’ll be thrilled at how impressive they sound.
You will also learn:
1.2 Why You Need a System for Improvisation
1.3 Benefits for Beginners and Advanced Players
1.4 How the Pros Improvise Effortlessly at the Keyboard & Guitar
1.5 Quickest Way to Become an Improviser
1.6 Creating a Great Sound
1.7 Why This Improvisation System is Superior
(SO MUCH MORE)
Scientists who study human performance have concluded that experts are made, not born. This applies to musical virtuosos as well as chess masters. Achieving top performance comes from purposeful work that stretches oneself beyond current capabilities. Few of us have that much time to devote to our instrument, but the key thing is really not the amount of time, but what should be practiced. In fact, the more that practice time is limited, the more critical it is to know the best way to develop the technical skills and fluency to become a good improviser. If you are drawn to the idea of improvising, you have the desire and inner musical ability you need.
The best way to develop skill is finding an expert mentor to show you what you need to focus on so your time and effort give maximum results.