101 Ways To Make Your Piano Playing Much Fuller & Exciting!
Do You Know How To Dress Up Naked Music?
If you already play the piano and know some piano chords, but
don't know what to do with them...
I will teach you over 100
things to do with the piano chords you already know....
Your Piano-Playing Dreams Will Come True With...
(Naked piano music is plain old written music without all
the piano playing fills and thrilling runs and beautiful
chords and all that I'm going to show you how to do in
my 2-hour DVD) (plus 2 CD's and a big book with each
technique shown in print...)
Would you daydream with me for a moment? Its a daydream I used to dream often
back when I was taking piano lessons:
You are sitting at the piano surrounded by your family and friends, playing
in a full, lush, style with chords galore and runs and fills flowing up and down
all over the keyboard.
Can you see that in your minds eye?
I've got great news for you!
It doesn't have to be a dream! You can learn to play like that
just like I did. Its not so much a matter of talent as it is of knowing what to
do and how to do it. And that knowledge can be acquired. After all, it's just a
matter of taking common chords you already know and twisting them around in
unique ways -- breaking them up -- applying rhythm patterns to them -- combining
3 or 4 notes of the scales you already know into logical paths that take you to
the next chord progression. It's not brain surgery and it's not rocket science
-- anyone can do it if they take the time to learn certain techniques.
I'm going to show you over ONE HUNDRED ways to make your piano playing come
to life. We'll take the chords and scales you already know and learn how to
make all kinds of wonderful sounds with them -- in all different arranging
styles. I am going to show you IN PRINT (in the big 8 1/2 by 11 book that comes
with the course) and also in SOUND (in the TWO CD's that come with the course)
plus you will SEE and HEAR each technique as you watch the fantastic 2-hour
DVD video on arranging music on the piano! On it I will carefully
demonstrate each technique so you can hear how it sounds as well as SEE what it
looks like you will watch my hands as I play each chord, each run, each style,
each technique in close-ups and in slow motion so you can understand clearly how
you can play it too.
Would you like to be able to create MOODS at the keyboard? To ignite the
emotions of the listener? To EXCITE the listener with exhilarating, arousing,
animated music? To create a sense of nostalgia, longing, or sadness with
poignant, bittersweet chords & progressions?
Or play with such zest and gusto that the listener just cant sit still? Or maybe
play with that splendid, royal, radiant touch that makes people stiffen their
backbones and look at reality boldly Winston Churchill music, as someone has
You'll find all of these feelings created through the use of techniques such as...
Here are some of the piano playing styles you will
the orchestral pad on page 12
suspensions on page 53
western twang on page 46
Alberti bass on page 33
Stride piano on page 15
Kansas City style on page 51
tremelo fired runs on page 8
locked hands style on pg 6
walk-the-stairs boogie on page 54
tripletized walkups on page 26
slash chords on page 50
"The melodrama effect" on page 56
"color tone technique" on page 7
"offset octave-3rds technique" on
"harmonizing the melody" on page 32
"music box style" on page 19
"left-hand trailer runs" on page 44
"walk-the-stairs boogie" on page 55
"the 'chimes' effect" on page 18
"the 'Canadian Sunset" bass on page 55
"the Western bass" on page 36
"the elephant walk bass" on page 54
"the lush 'Garner' style" on page 49
"the upward inversion technique on page 27
"the trumpet trio intro & exit" on
"the inside blues move" on page 47
"the walking string bass style" on
"the chromatic run technique" on page
"8th note straddles" on page 21
"the Charlie Brown bass" on page 52
"the parallel 10th walkup" on page 31
"the stride bass" on page 16
"hand-over arps technique" on page 17
"the 'Amen' (plagal cadence) ending" on page 50
"the 'blue note' technique" on page 36
"the camouflage intro technique" on page 21
"the deceptive cadence technique" on page 12
"the delay-catch up technique" on page 53
"the chromatic 3rds passing tones technique" on page 22
"the 'slide in' ending" on page 50
"the cross-hands strong melody technique" on page 35
"the 2-1 and 3-1 breakup run" on page 20
"the 'oriental sound' technique" on page 49
"the drum cadence intro & exit" on page 40
"the 'chimes & bells' technique on page 19
"the chord substitution technique" on page 10
"the 'tripletizing the beat' technique" on page 40
" the half-step slide technique" on page 11
"the 'Latin sound' technique" on page 48
"the two-handed off-set runs technique" on page 47
"the parallel 6th fillers technique" on page 42
by mixing a few of these styles together, you can create
original styles of your own!
But if you DO know chords, then all you need to do is learn how
to apply those chords in certain ways, and I give you over 100 different ways to
use them (see the list above).
Here's what one person wrote about the course:
"Words cannot express my joy at having found you. I'm 63 and have been studying
piano on and off all my life - even studying with high-priced teachers. Every
single one told me they could not teach me how to play from chords. One
expressed it was a gift and that either you have it for you don't.
Well...3 days after receiving your "Naked Music" course, I was able to play from
chords. Trying to understand why now at long last...it's because of your way of
teaching. You make it soooo simple. First you explain what to do; then you
demonstrate it, then you follow up the demonstration by explaining what you did
and how the student can apply it to their written music. Beautiful!
Can't tell you how many other books I've bought that left me confused. So I love
you, love you, love you. And will buy many other of your courses."
-Donna P., Akron, Ohio (letter, Nov 12, 2003)
"I think I may have told you what my
husband said when I first started ordering your courses a few years back...he
said "Where has Duane been all your life?" I've taken off and on from different
teachers and in various situations and he always saw how frustrating it was for
me to be unable to get exactly the "right" teacher to explain the "neat stuff"
to me. It always seemed a secret kept for only the privileged few. That's for
letting me in on many of those fun things to do on the piano."
Renay Goodman, Colorado Jan. 21st letter
Duane, I just wanted to take a minute and say
thanks to you. I recently purchased your course, "How to dress up naked music".
I can't believe the amount I have learned in a few weeks. I look forward to the
skills I hope to develop as I continue to practice and play over the coming
months (and years). Thanks again!
Rick K., Minnesota (police captain),
email May 2, 2007 on file
After you take the course please write to me and tell me
how it has helped you. I personally read every single letter or email that comes
After the audio stops playing, click on the video below for a
4-minute preview of just a very few of the 101 techniques taught in the course:
Here's What You Get:
...that explain every single technique in detail! (Many people listen to them
in their car while commuting -- a great use of otherwise wasted time. Then they
put into practice what they learn when they get home -- what a great way to
relax and learn at the same time!)
Fantastic 2-hour DVD Video demonstrating & explaining all the techniques!
Big Illustrated Instruction Book - Front Cover Back Cover showing all the
techniques and all the styles in print and music notation!
Book of Practice Songs! so you can start using the new techniques
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