Your ears can be one of your most valuable assets as a musician. In this series, Don is going to show you how to translate what you hear into what you play. This series is designed to build your confidence and equip you with the valuable skill of playing music by ear.
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Learning to hear the music.
Don gives an overview of what to expect from this series.Length: 4:20 Difficulty: 0.0 Member Only
Utilizing the visual element of a piano keyboard, and your ears (of course), Don walks through the intervals of the Major Scale.Length: 12:09 Difficulty: 1.0 Member Only
As we begin to look at intervals, we start with the smallest classified interval, as semitone, and will look at 2nd and 3rd intervals as well.Length: 18:52 Difficulty: 1.0 Member Only
Don continues to explore the concept of intervals, now looking at the 4th and 5th scale degrees.Length: 16:46 Difficulty: 1.5 Member Only
In this lesson, we're going to look at the last two intervals in a Major Scale, the 6th and 7th.Length: 15:06 Difficulty: 1.5 Member Only
In this lesson, Don teaches some helpful tools for memorizing the sound of the intervals.Length: 11:06 Difficulty: 1.5 Member Only
Join Don as he breaks down the intervals that go into making a major or minor triad.Length: 24:42 Difficulty: 1.5 Member Only
In this lesson, Don works on the skill of hearing the difference between a Major and Minor chord.Length: 14:27 Difficulty: 1.5 Member Only