In our first lesson, Graham explains how fingers are numbered and the importance of moving them individually.
Now we learn how to identify the different notes on a keyboard.
Graham now teaches us the right hand of "Merrily We Roll Along".
We now look at playing chords with the left hand for the previous song.
Timing is everything in our next lesson.
Now practising playing in time with both hands to "Merrily We Roll Along".
This lesson introduces the important aspect of theory.
This time we explore note values with Graham.
It's all about timing with dotted notes and ties.
Next, Graham takes us through chords with the left hand.
In this Lesson we learn the song "Bad Moon Rising".
Now we're approaching the halfway point, lets learn the importance of rests.
This time we take a look at a keyboard standard "When The Saints Go Marching In".
This time we listen to the song at full speed.
Not all music is in 4/4 time signature. This time we explore 3/4 time signature.
This lesson focuses on "My Bonny Lays Over The Ocean".
This lesson looks in depth at the song from lesson 17.
We now move further up the keyboard and introduce the concept of octaves.
As a demonstration of right hand position movement, Graham plays through the song "Mr Tambourine Man"
Now we look at right hand position movement, as well as utilising other features of the keyboard.
Still in the context of Mr Tambourine Man, we continue exploring the fill function on a keyboard.
Carrying on with theory, Graham introduces repeat bars on the music stave.
This lesson shows us a piece utilising semibreves, also known as wholenotes.
Carrying on from Lesson 25, we now look further at note lengths and the importance of counting a beat.
We now practice playing on the "+" beat.
In this lesson we dive further into theory.
Graham plays through the piece "Any Dream Will Do".
Graham now explains "Any Dream Will Do" in more detail.
In our final keyboard lesson, Graham demonstrates some advanced techniques whilst improvising around the Beatles classic "Let It Be".