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Play Autumn Leaves' falling notes on piano with no reading!
The ever-popular Autumn Leaves for piano, Roger Williams version.
This is me on the piano, showing how the entire piece sounds like. (3:16)
The sheet music.
How to play the first "falling" piano passage.
The first part you are to study. (1:37)
Exercising the four fingers that matter. (6:09)
The fingers to be used and the six-note groups. (3:47)
Putting the four six-note groups together one after the other; adding accents. (3:06)
Counting aloud, then wrapping up the entire passage. (3:41)
How to play the second "falling" piano passage.
The second part you are to study. (0:36)
Explanation of the use of semitones and the chromatic scale. (1:46)
One at a time, the four patterns. (3:34)
Putting them all together to play the descending second passage. (1:41)
The ascending passage. (3:19)
You can now show off to your friends. (1:01)
Explanation of the use of semitones and the chromatic scale.
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