I’m bringing the concept of strumming patterns to the piano. When you listen to radio music, or any popular music from the past 75 years, you can hear a rhythmic style in the piano that sounds similar to a strumming pattern. When you first hear the piano, you don’t immediately think about strumming, but when you play these patterns, you will begin to hear exactly what I am talking about. It’s a mix of strumming patterns and drumbeats. It happens as a dance between the left and right hand and it comes out as a rhythmic accompaniment on the piano.
About the Instructor:
After a radical conversion to Christ as a teenager, Eric began learning to lead worship in his local youth group. After earning a Bachelor of Music Education, he continued serving for many years as a staff worship pastor. Together, Eric and Emily have led worship, trained teams, published books, and taught seminars to help the local church build strong worship ministries. With over 800 video tutorials and over 14,000 YouTube subscribers and 2 million views, they have spent 2 decades teaching people to learn fast, play well, and worship always.
The WTK Play and Sing series songbooks are perfect for leading worship in small groups or around the camp fire. They make it easy for beginners to play many songs with easy chords and patterns.
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