[Piano Tutorial] Go Tell Aunt Rhody: waltz pattern in 4/4

[Piano Tutorial] Go Tell Aunt Rhody: waltz pattern in 4/4


[Music] hi I’m Tommy from you learn attend a museum for a couple of lessons we have learned primary chords playing in different pens that’s primary right do you remember yes exactly the same chord we use these chord in different songs so today we’re going to learn the song go tell aunt Rodie which is very popular song a very famous song in every country you must have different names in your country [Music] yes record in America or tell aunt Rodie so we’re gonna learn this song or the plane on c g f primary court and repetition in an awards pad no let us start first but we start with the right hand which is very familiar ten so it’s easy now what is the first note e e with finger number three starts one two three go [Music] – now the next note what is it e because it on the first line every good boy does fine each should be the act do you remember yes E boy the finger numbers to none three why because we have to if we use a number two and D then we have to play it later on there’s no finger of course you can go like this just the melody light so is that unlike me we will use for my number two so you have to remember many times students playing it do you automatically without looking at the note needs then mm-hmm it’s not right so you have to make sure that so start with a dotted quarter note followed by a floor holster Rita dad do you remember last time we talked about it oh yes so it’s gonna be that’s the rhythm so this is one of the most two tricky part little bit confusing but once you get it then it’s easy because it’s coming back again one more time so now let’s start from the part one two three go [Music] one two now the next apart finger number three but it’s not an ass where yeah yeah so don’t heat yeah because you and the wind finger number four on G doesn’t mean that even number three end of an F no it’s on got it so come back to me melody lines again [Music] – so it’s very simple except only the part that we have to switch the finger number two to me and later on after after G we have to play it he with finger number three so like skipping down the part so I wrote the finger number only worthy you need to watch out the last of the part I didn’t write it at all because it’s gonna be the regular if I keep right in the finger number then student starts looking at the finger number and they just play it so I don’t want it to happen you just only watch out the part with finger number two and coming back later ah from D to this now the first melody line and the second melody line is exactly deceived so right hand just literally repeats the melody twice difference is on your left hand now first [Music] what kind of pattern is that root position yes Torrance in root position in g7 C so if you’re looking at the fresh line literally see and g7 which we already know what about the second line yes so we only have three chords the difference is you just playing chords every two beats so you can keep looking at the notes or either you just can looking at the chords and play the left hand that’s fine so whichever is comfortable for you you can just take it we did not left hand on the chord or you can just looking at the chord symbols that’s what is for actually now looking at the second page what kind of pattern instead I’m left [Music] sure do you remember I said if you have two different ORS in one measure then how do you have to go right away so maybe that’s most confusing part so if you have trouble playing the chords then take the part [Music] why that’s gonna make very bumpy and messy even after you heat the next juicy it how I did force down ones you can’t play it without leaving it because it’s the seat not so literally you just lift it on a plane but from C to the last up to play do you see I’m Capaldi keep these drugs and me that’s really important if you want it like this and that’s sound not really good especially if you’re looking at the next Accord g7 C and then you have to keep holding this notes until you hit the C cactus I’ll show you yes [Music] you see the difference that one [Music] yes definitely sound much smooth so you have this is very important technique when you play chords now go back to the very beginning of this song and let’s play both in together right hand on e and left hand the C chord 1 2 3 go [Music] – here watch how your right [Music] to you [Music] till that’s the first apart that’s kind of okay right there’s only one thing that you have to be careful with right hand Mel Victor line has to be smooth to be connected when you play a left hand chords if you’re looking at the first line to see your right hand is holding it D or your left hand has to leave so that part be careful many times students are playing leave both it together because you know it’s easy to move both in together at the same time but you have to holding it your hands are the different types your right hand keep holding while your left hand is just keep leaving and changing you see [Music] and let it hold it and write a change do you see two different actions are going on in the same measure you have to be careful with it first time when you practice it just practice not and rhythm and chorus these three stings when you can play it well then start think about these things [Music] not like don’t need both hand exactly at the same time you have to do different hop actions actually on your head now we could not one hand coordination if you want to make sure that you are a really good head coordinator or not try this on your lap maybe I will close the piano is easier to see you your right hand tap and your left hand is just rubbing it aside up and down do you see it one two three go and switch the hand switch the hand so you have to be able to switch it hands as fast as possible now what happened either we hit it or we rub it up and down and up and down try not to do that that’s why we quit hand coordination this action is happening and hold throughout the song [Music] and then you can you know maybe try to leave it but hold it and go [Music] right now Holden do you see it I hold it down that’s why you can deal so think about it when you practice first page now let’s move it on to the second part one two ready go [Music] – here watch out you’re right this is most confusing part because you’ve right in and left in place of different times so far we play together but not this part now do you see it because right hand is dotted quarter no so [Music] so one left right both that’s how you drop on the piano let’s go back to the same place one more time one two three go [Music] and change FEMA number three – II [Music] now maybe the second part is more confusing the first one because we plant every beads and sometimes right hand and left hand is not together or so we play more notes than the first page but if your key practice it should be easier because anything as you see in most of the song shares the same chord over and over again so if you note the C chord so you never change see is this one forever and ji-suk is never change right because G is G C is C so try to remember as you apply the court and maybe later on you can apply this court to the different songs how is the lesson is it confusing it gets okay right we learn the lady it has to be a couple of weeks you must know all the the difference is right head melody like because we played the first songs oh it’s a super gift it was aunt Rodie and skip to my Lou but the left hand is the same C chord is C chord see no with the same means both the difference is your right-hand melody line and the combination is how you gonna match the beat so practice slow if is not coming well then just working on the first part and the second part later or if you have trouble playing second part then just practice second part you don’t have to play a whole song from the beginning to the end just practice the part by part first part with second part and pretty bolt it together later and next week will be the last lesson of the court time and we’re using this same primary chord we’re gonna play the different zones next to week which is very famous [Music] yes different parents I’m gonna teach you different patterns next week with the first songs so practice hard and I will see you next week [Music]

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