How to Play a I-IV-V-V7 Chord Progression and What to Do With It

In today’s Theory Tip Tuesday pointer, I am going to share…

How to Play a I-IV-V-V7 Chord Progression and What to Do With It

Watch this video where I teach you what to do and how to do it (and then download the FREE PDF exercise below). (You can watch other weekly video piano lessons, tutorials, music videos, and motivational messages by subscribing to my YouTube channel: youtube.com/jeraldsimon)

 

 

Click on this image below to download the FREE PDF song that goes along with this video. Please feel free to print this out, copy this, and share it with your piano students (if you are a piano teacher), or with family and friends who may be excited and interested in learning How to Play a I-IV-V-V7 Chord Progression and What to Do With It. This PDF is free and I encourage everyone to learn how to play this walking bass jazz song, perfect it and master it, and then perform it and share it with others!

How to Play a I-IV-V-V7-I Chord Progression on the Piano by Jerald Simon (Music Motivation) - Visit musicmotivation.com to learn more

In the video I reference two of my books: Essential Piano Exercises, and Cool Songs for Cool Kids (book 1). Click on the cover images below to learn more about each:

Essential Piano Exercises (available as a PDF download for $10.95, a spiral bound physical copy for $25.95, or a studio license for making unlimited copies for $59.95):

Essential Piano Exercises by Jerald Simon - published by Music Motivation

 

Cool Songs for Cool Kids (book 1) (available as a PDF download for $9.95, a spiral bound physical copy for $14.95, or a studio license for making unlimited copies for $59.95):

Cool songs for Cool Kids (book 1) by Jerald Simon - published by Music Motivation

 

Please feel free to share this post with any other piano teachers, piano students, or parents of a piano students that might enjoy this free resource!

Have fun with this!

Jerald

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