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Chord Progression in A flat

This piano tutorial is a mixed bag of goodies for beginners and intermediate students. It's in the tougher key of A flat, but I chose that deliberately because too many students aren't getting enough exposure to these flat keys. It's also the key of John Legend's "All Of Me" which I have a shot at playing in the video (sort of).  You'll pick up some basic improvisation tips along the way and hopefully memorise the VI IV I V chord progression too.


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This piano tutorial is a mixed bag of goodies for beginners and intermediate students. It's in the tougher key of A flat, but I chose that deliberately because too many students aren't getting enough exposure to these flat keys. It's also the key of John Legend's "All Of Me" which I have a shot at playing in the video (sort of).  You'll pick up some basic improvisation tips along the way and hopefully memorise the VI IV I V chord progression too.