Piano and Keyboard Salsa



 I just returned home from vacationing in Santa Barbara and experiencing "Fiesta Days." I must say the mariachi musicians caught my ear to many happy, marching moments. Reflecting on some of my past blog entries, I seem to like salsa music. How about you? For more information, visit:
ladydpiano.blogspot.com/2008_09_01_archive.html

ladydpiano.blogspot.com/2009_12_01_archive.html

ladydpiano.blogspot.com/2010/02/learn-to-play-latin-jazz.html


Chord Chart for Piano and Keyboard Salsa:

Bb/ Bb-Eb-G

Eb/ A-Eb-G

Bb/ Bb-Eb-G

Bb/ Bb-E-Gb

Eb/ A-Eb-G

Eb/ A-Eb-G

Bb/ Bb-Eb-G

Bb/ Bb-Eb-G

F/ F-B-Eb

Eb/ A-Eb-G

Bb/ Bb-Eb-G

F/ G7+5

(Practice 4 beats with each chord).


Cm9 = Bb-Eb-G

F13 = A-Eb-G

G13 = F-B-E


Salsa Piano By Ear Keyboard Lesson Sample of Jeff's Playing 



Salsa Piano 101 - Salsa, Salsa, and More Salsa... WOW!



Hear and Play Salsa 101: New Apporach To 1-4-5 Progression!



Have a great week! Viva La Fiesta!
-- LadyD

Here's a great resource for learning The difference between montunos and claves and how one affects the other.
Discover:
  • How to easily play tons of Salsa and Latin chord patterns that are guaranteed to make you look like you've been playing for years.
     
  • Learn several Latin rhythms that you can start playing today.  Like the montuno, clave, and more!
     
  • How to play several Salsa bass lines on your left hand and accompany them with powerful right-hand chord patterns.
     
  • How to lock in with the band and ensure that you're always playing the right rhythms at the right time (and how to listen for them).






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