Keyboard accompaniment

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Advice: beginner & advanced / piano accompaniment in all styles.

Category : Method in French
Instrument : Piano
style : Classical / Jazz / Song
Media : Book 77 pages + CD
Author/Interpreter : Yves Feger
Editor: YFP
Collection : MusiClassroom

Keyboard accompaniment

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his book is dedicated to Piano and keyboard Accompaniment, in music styles such as Classical, Jazz and Song. All accompaniment techniques are studied : Arpeggios, Alberti left hand, Tremolos, Stride style, Chords, Melody, Imitations, Sustained notes, Counter melody, 2 hand accompaniment, Ostinato, Themes, Harmonization , Rhythms, Jazz, waltz, Riffs, Ragtime, Boogie, Counterpoint and Balade.





Ascending arpeggios

Curved arpeggios

Broken arpeggios

Alberti's basses


Stride style

Chords vs melodic notes

Punctuated chords

Repeated chords

Chords in arpeggio

Melodic lines


Advanced accompaniment




Chords vs bass notes

Motives vs sustained chords

Chord oscilation vs bass

Chords vs basses in broken arpeggio

Alternation : chords - basses

Arpeggios vs basses

Chords vs basses

Repeated chords vs basses

Dialogue between both hands

Alternated & simultaneous hands

Syncopated chords vs pedal notes

Melody vs chords

One hand arpeggios

Simultaneous rhythms in both hands

Counter melody vs offbeats

Chords vs ostinato bass

Chords in arpeggio in both hands

Arpeggios vs ostinato bass




Theme vs sustained chords

Similar rhythms in both hands

Melody vs both hand accomp.

Melody vs chords + arpeggios

Chord vs note

Harmonized melody vs arpeggios

Complementary rhythms

Similar hands


Them in chords vs melodic comp.

Jazz waltz

Theme vs rhythmic riff

Integrated accompaniment

Accent displacements

Sectional accompaniment

Ragtime accompaniment

Boogie woogie

Counterpoint accompaniment

Walking bass

Accompaniment with both hands

Balad accompaniment

Introduction arpeggios




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