Yamaha CVP-809 Tutorial #2: Blue Skies

Yamaha CVP-809 Tutorial #2: Blue Skies

In this series of tutorials, we will be learning songs from Hal Leonard’s series of “Best Songs Ever” big note piano books (7th edition), and exploring how the Yamaha CVP-809 Clavinova can make even beginner piano players sound like a whole orchestra. Part piano lesson, part instrument tutorial, we will “learn by doing” and explore the style settings, single finger chord playing, and one touch settings to automatically select instruments that bring your performance to life.  For this second tutorial, we will learn how to play “Blue Skies” by Irving Berlin. In addition to major and minor chords, we will also learn how to play 7th chords in a 2 finger style.

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