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In this video tutorial, I show you how you can teach this piano improv technique to children. We use the C scale because it’s easy for the kids to grasp. Once they understand the concept, you can have them try it with other scales. It’s great practice!
When I taught this little trick to the kids in my studio, I first showed the Piano Guys video and pointed out when the pianist used this technique. They were really excited when I told them that they were going to learn it!
Want to play a fun game the week after you introduce the Snowflake Technique? Snowflake Chord Progressions is a fun way to teach students about chord progressions. This game works great in either private or group lessons. You can even use the Snowflake Piano Improv Technique (taught in the video above) with the chord progressions your student creates with this game. Click here to buy Snowflake Chord Progressions. Your students will have a blast!
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