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Pattern Piano and Keyboard - Section 2

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"What is a Rhythmic Pattern?"

In this piano lessons video:

- "What is a Rhythmic Pattern?"

- Listen to one Rhythmic Pattern played in three different places on the keyboard.


On this page of the online piano lessons demonstration, you will hear one simple "Rhythmic Pattern" played in three different places on the keyboard.

Just like all "Rhythmic Patterns", this musical pattern can be played up high, in the middle or down low on the piano, over almost any chord, in any song to create a simple arrangement on the piano.

On the next page, you'll hear this one simple pattern used to play an entire song on the piano. However, the real power of this powerful piano lessons technique becomes apparent when you begin to learn many different patterns, and begin to mix and match them any way you like, to create fantastic arrangements of any song that you'd like to play!

This is exactly where we'll go in this online piano lessons demonstration - the following pages will play the same song played again - except this time, we'll use many different patterns to create a rich arrangement of the same song! This is where we'll leave standard piano lessons far behind.

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As you work your way through this course you'll find that the beginning simple patterns will develop and move into advanced college level Rhythmic Patterns.

The real power of this piano lessons course comes as you learn to creatively alternate all of these musical patterns to create your own unique sound as you play the piano

Eventually, the piano lessons will take you through the process of learning to create your own unique rhythmic patterns on the piano or keyboard. Piano lessons based on the creative process like this are piano lessons that stick with you for life, inspiring you to become a lifelong, creative musician!

To read more text regarding this piano lessons technique, go to this piano lessons page.


  1. JOYCE GOTSCHY - May 21, 2013

    i will be very happy to be a member or a student online per email i have played for 13yrs but still do not move my fingers very well, i also would like to paucase one or two cds from gospel to heip me play well hoping to hear from you soon

    • David Sprunger - May 21, 2013

      Hello Joyce - great to hear from you. I'd love to hear how you are doing as you dig into the lessons!

  2. ayanna - June 6, 2013

    that was cool!!!!!:D

  3. Paul John - August 2, 2013

    great tutorial amazing finally i found a great piano lessons:-) i saw this lesson before but now i found a way how to buy the full lesson

  4. Debbie - August 21, 2013

    I just want to learn chords. Took lessons as a child and can read music-sort of- Never learned scales, chords, or any theory.

    • David Sprunger - December 10, 2013

      Debbie - sounds like it's your time now ;) I'd love to hear how you're doing...

  5. Precious - December 9, 2013

    Hi David, I accidentally downloaded a video clip of yours, talking about diatonic triads. I was impressed and felt satisfied. But the problem is am still a baby when it comes to playing the piano and I want to really learn it. Am only familiar with the 'C', 'F', and 'G' chord on the Key of C. I just wanna know if you can help me "FROM THE SCRATCH". Please if there is a way out, am fully ready. Video lessons would be better. THANKS and i hope you consider me.

    • David Sprunger - December 10, 2013

      Hi Precious - Absolutely. You are actually commenting on a page from "Pattern Piano and Keyboard", which is exactly where you need to start.

      "Pattern Piano..." starts from the very beginning stages of music.

      At first, you'll learn the basics of chord construction - how music "fits together".

      By the end, you'll have worked your way through advanced techniques, including the powerful concept of using "Rhythmic Patterns" to play any song by ear.

      I hope that helps - we've had hundreds of thousands of students go through this course - you can do it! :) Best wishes - David Sprunger

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