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Piano Chord Progression in Dm

Bjørn Broer from Netherlands posted a video on the Quaverbox Facebook page and in it he plays the chord progression Dm  C  Bb  A.  This video is my response and here I play the same chord progression while adding a few chord modifications and fillers. The resulting chord progression looks more like Dm9  C2 Bbmaj9  A7#5. I also demonstrate some simple two note patterns that are very effective over a progression.  As I often do, it ends off with some jazzy piano improvisation. oh, and Pacman makes an appearance. Yes, Pacman.


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I’ve just completed these piano lessons and must say they are awesome!!! I had classical piano lessons a few years ago and didn’t enjoy it much. But after a few hours trying the things you talk about, I can now create my own songs… and I actually understand what I’m doing! 

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Bjørn Broer from Netherlands posted a video on the Quaverbox Facebook page and in it he plays the chord progression Dm  C  Bb  A.  This video is my response and here I play the same chord progression while adding a few chord modifications and fillers. The resulting chord progression looks more like Dm9  C2 Bbmaj9  A7#5. I also demonstrate some simple two note patterns that are very effective over a progression.  As I often do, it ends off with some jazzy piano improvisation. oh, and Pacman makes an appearance. Yes, Pacman.