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April 18, 2013

10 Standard Left Hand Patterns for Piano Explained 

 Great Left-Hand Accompaniment Patterns for the Piano or Keyboard – For Dummies updted 7-24-15

LEFT HAND PIANO PATTERNS  USED TO SUPPORT RIGHT HAND MELODY + http://mypianoworld.com/

[PDF] Left Hand Accompaniment Patterns 

Left Hand Rhythm Pattern For Ballads (1-5-1-2-3) – Chord Piano Chick’s Mostly Musical Musings | Chord Piano Chick’s Mostly Musical Musings

With the left hand, play the root of the chord, then the 5, then jump up to the next octave and play the 1, 2, and 3 of the scale of that chord (so, if it is a “C Chord”, play the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd notes of the C Scale).

Simple Piano Accompaniment Pattern 2 – Ballads | Chord Piano Chick’s Mostly Musical Musings

This pattern consists of playing the root note of the chord with the left hand, and the chord written with the right hand, but you will be adding the 2nd to the chord. You will play the 2,3, and 5 together and then moving to the 1 (root) in an 8th note pattern.

17) Making an accompaniment – Left Hand Patterns (part I) ~ Piano Feeling – Blog Pianoforte + 18) Making an accompaniment – Left Hand Patterns (part II) ~ Piano Feeling – Blog Pianoforte +

7) harmonic progressions – Works only with an agreement (Part I) ~ Piano Feeling – Piano Blog

 

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