Jerald Simon Music Mentor Jerald SimonMusic Motivation Music that excites, entertains, and educates! visit http://musicmotivation.comfollow Jerald on Facebook: https://facebook.com/jeraldsimonMusic Motivation books are designed to provide students with music instruction that will enable them to improveand increase their successes in the field of music. It is also intended to enhance appreciation and understanding ofvarious styles of music from classical to jazz, blues, rock, popular, new age, hymns, and more. The author andpublisher disclaim any liability or accountability for the misuse of this material as it was intended by the author.Copyright 2015 by Music Motivation - All Rights Reserved - International Copyright Secured.WARNING: The music, text, design, and graphics in this publication are protected by copyright law.Any duplication in any form for any purpose is an infringement of U.S. copyright law.
I hope you enjoy “Essential Piano Exercises ”. With this book, Ihope piano teachers and piano students learn what I feel are theessentials that everyone who plays the piano should know and beable to do well. I don’t want teachers and students to simply readthe notes on the page. I would like everyone who plays these exercises to know them inside and out.Visit http://musicmotivation.com/essentialpianoexercises to watchthe videos where I teach the intervals, scales, and chords that areintroduced in this book, and then explain what we do with themand why it is so important that we learn them. Knowing how youcan apply theory to real-life practical application will help you tobecome a better musician. Have fun with the music!Your Music Mentor Jerald SimonThe family portrait on the back cover was shot byWendy Santiano. Visit her website at:http://www.wendysantiano.com orhttps://www.facebook.com/wsantianoauthorCONNECT with JeraldThe front and background image is from the website:http://www.istockphoto.com. The photo of the piano keyswas shot by firstname.lastname@example.orgCONTACT Music Motivation This book is dedicated to my many pianostudents, young and old, who have asked meover the years to put together a book withall of the piano exercises I feel are essentialto help them play better in all keys and in allinversions. Also, for my wife, Suzanne (Zanny), my daughter, Summer, and my son,Preston.Introduction.3Music Motivation Checklist.6Key Signatures.9Cool Piano Exercises.16Pentascales (Major, Minor, and Diminished).23Maestro Stage.47Scales, Intervals, Triads, Seventh Chords (All Keys).48All Triads (in all keys and inversions) - Major, Minor, Diminished,Augmented, Sus4, and Sus2.67Sixth Chords (in all keys and inversions) - Major and Minor.91All Seventh Chords (in all keys and inversions) - Major 7th, MinorMajor 7th, Dominant 7th, Minor 7th, Minor 7th flat 5, Minor 7thsharp 5, and Diminished 7th Chords.99Chord Progressions and Chords.132More best sellers by Jerald.169Learn more about Jerald.172Music Motivation Music Motivation P.O. Box 1000Kaysville, UT email@example.comCopyright 2015 by Music Motivation All Rights Reserved - International Copyright Secured. No part of this book may be copied, reproduced, orduplicated in any form by any mechanical, electronic or other means known or hereafter invented without written permission from the author, Jerald Simon.For more promotional excerpt permission, contact Music Motivation , P.O. Box 1000 Kaysville, UT 84037-1000 - firstname.lastname@example.orgFirst Printing 2015 - Originally created from 2006-2014 - Printed in the United States of America - 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 - Simon, Jerald - Music Motivation Essential Piano Exercises - 25.95 US/ 27.95 Canada - Soft cover spiral bound book - ISBN-13: 978-0-9835568-9-3 ; MM00001019Music Motivation is a registered trademark
Welcome to “Essential PianoExercises ”by Jerald SimonTo better help piano teachers, piano students, and parents of piano students effectively learn the music theory andwhat to do with that knowledge, thus bridging the gap between learning the scales and chords and using themto enhance the music, and make music of your own, Jerald Simon has created videos to accompany this book:“Essential Piano Exercises”. Jerald presents the exercises in book format and also includes video format with aside and top view to demonstrate the hand position, fingering, and technique needed to play the scales and chordscorrectly in all keys and in all inversions. He also explains what to do with the knowledge they have acquired andhow to take their piano playing to the next level. Learning the theory is good, but knowing what to do with it is thepractical application where Jerald demonstrates how to use music theory to arrange, to improvise, to compose,and to create music of your own. More important than simply learning the theory is the practical application of“why” we are learning these scales and chords, and “what” we can do with them once we have learned them. It isthe hands on approach to teaching music theory. In addition, Jerald explains the theory in practical and simpleterms so everyone can easily understand and know music theory for what it can do to help them in three primaryways: (1) sight-read the piano music better and faster as a result of knowing the scales and chords, (2) take theirmusic playing and music creating to the next level so they can improvise, arrange, and compose music of theirown, and (3) ultimately feel comfortable and excited to learn music theory - the “FUN way!”“My purpose and mission in life is to motivate myself and others through my music and writing, to helpothers find their purpose and mission in life, and to teach values that encourage everyone everywhere to doand be their best.” - Jerald SimonA message from Jerald to piano students and parents:If you come to piano lessons each week and walk away only having learned about music notation, rhythm, and dotson a page, then I have failed as a Music Mentor . Life lessons are just as important, if not more important than musiclessons. I would rather have you learn more about goal setting and achieving, character, dedication, and personalimprovement. To have you learn to love music, appreciate it, and play it, is a wonderful byproduct you will havefor the rest of your life - a talent that will enrich your life and the lives of others. To become a better musician iswonderful and important, but to become a better person is more important.As a Music Mentor I want to mentor students to be the very best they can be. If you choose not to practice, youessentially choose not to improve. This is true in any area of life. Everyone has the same amount of time allottedto them. What you choose to do with your time, and where you spend your time, has little to do with the activitiesbeing done and more to do with the value attached to each activity.I believe it’s important to be well-rounded and have many diverse interests. I want students to enjoy music, tolearn to be creative and understand how to express themselves musically - either by creating music of their own, orinterpreting the music of others - by arranging and improvising well known music. In addition, I encourage studentsto play sports, dance, sing, draw, read, and develop all of their talents. I want them to be more than musicians, I wantthem to learn to become well-rounded individuals.Above all, I want everyone to continually improve and do their best. I encourage everyone to set goals, dream big,and be the best they can be in whatever they choose to do. Life is full of wonderful choices. Choose the best out oflife and learn as much as you can from everyone everywhere. I prefer being called a Music Mentor because I wantto mentor others and help them to live their dreams.Your life is your musical symphony. Make it a masterpiece!Copyright 2015 by Music Motivation - http://musicmotivation.com
This book was created to encourage all pianists, piano teachers, and piano students to play all scales and chords inall key signatures.All of the scales (pentascales and major and minor scales) are presented following the circle of 5ths - moving fromthe key of C to G, and then on to D, A, E, B, F#, and C#. The pattern for playing the scales is best taught by followingthe circle of fifths (unless you are learning jazz scales, and then you might want to consider following the circle/cycle of fourths and playing the key signatures according to the flats - C to F, and then on to Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, and Cb.Essentially all pianists should be able to play all of these exercises in this book, in all key signatures moving in alldirections following the circle of 5ths, following the circle/cycle of 4ths, moving up chromatically in half steps, orzig-zagging in any conceivable direction or order (e.g. following chord progressions or moving through randomkey signatures at will).All of the exercises with chords - all triads (three note chords) and all sixth and seventh chords are presentedmoving up chromatically (or in half steps). This is done because it is one of the best ways to teach the patterns ofthe chords as they move through key signatures. This helps students develop muscle memory to more quickly andeasily change keys and play the chords in all inversions by developing a feel for the individual chords in all keysand in all inversions.Everything taught in this book is presented based on the Music Motivation Mentorship Map (on page five) andis something I personally created to let my piano students and their parents know what I would like to have themlearn year by year, and what we would focus on, including: repertoire, music terminology, key signatures, musicnotation, rhythms, intervals, scales, modes, chords, arpeggios, inversions, technique, sight reading, ear training,music history, improvisation, and composition. It’s quite thorough, and helps the students, parents, and pianoteachers have a map, so to speak, to guide them on their musical journey.On pages six and seven you will see the Music Motivation Check List where I created a check off sheet to helpstudents see what they have learned. On pages 8-12 we focus on learning the key signatures with a handout thatpiano students and piano teachers may make additional copies of (on page 10) to practice writing out all of the keysignatures - major and minor - with all of the sharps and flats that go with each key signature.Pages 13-46 feature all of the “Apprentice” level exercises that I have listed as appropriate for first and second yearstudents. Pages 47-92 feature the exercises from the “Maestro” level, and pages 93-167 comprise all of the exercisesfrom the “Virtuoso” level.Have a wonderful time playing these exercises and mastering all intervals, scales, and chords in all keys and in allinversions!Music Mentor Jerald SimonCopyright 2015 by Music Motivation - http://musicmotivation.comMM00001019
The M O T I V A T I O NMusic Motivation Mentorship Map (for piano students)Apprentice Maestro for 1st & 2nd year studentsRepertoireIn addition to the bookslisted to the right,students can sign up toreceive the weekly “CoolSong” and “Cool Exercise”composed by Jerald Simonevery week. Visitmusicmotivation.com/annualsubscription tolearn more and sign up!MusicTerminologyMusic Motivation Book(s)Essential Piano Exercises (section 1)Cool Songs for Cool Kids (pre-primer level)Cool Songs for Cool Kids (primer level)Cool Songs for Cool Kids (book 1)The Pentascale Pop Star (books 1 and 2)Songs in Pentascale position: Classical, Jazz, Blues,Popular, Students Choice, Personal Composition (inpentascale position - 5 note piano solo) etc.( p ) , Forte ( f ) Mezzo Piano ( P )(F ) Pianissimo ( pp )Fortissimo ( ff )PianoMezzo ForteMusicNotationbC, G, D, A, F, B b, E & Ab(Major)#A, E, B, F , D, G, C & F (Minor)Essential Piano Exercises (section 3)An Introduction to Scales and ModesCool Songs for Cool Kids (book 2)Cool Songs for Cool Kids (book 3)Cool Songs that ROCK! (books 1 & 2)Triumphant, Sea Fever, Sweet Melancholy,The Dawn of a New Age, Sweet Modality,Variations on Mary Had a Little LambTwinkle Those Stars, Jazzed aboutChristmas, Jazzed about 4th of JulyJazzed about Jazz, Jazzed about Classical Music,Jingle Those Bells, Cinematic Solos, Hymn ArrangingBaroque, Romantic, Classical, Jazz, Blues, Popular,New Age, Student’s Choice, Personal Composition.Baroque, Romantic, Classical, Jazz, Blues, Popular,New Age, Contemporary, Broadway Show Tunes,Standards, Student’s Choice, Personal CompositionTempo MarkingsDynamic MarkingsParts of the PianoStyles and Genres of MusicMusic Motivation 2nd Year TerminologyPocket Music Dictionary (2 - 3 years)Harvard Dictionary of Music (4 years)Parts/History of the PianoMusic Composers (Weekly Biographies)Music Motivation 3rd Year TerminologyCircle of 5ths/Circle of 4thsAll Major and Minor key signaturesNames and Positions of notes on the staff(both hands - Treble and Bass Clefs)Names and Positions of notes above and History of Music Notation (thebelow the staff (both hands)development of notation), Monks & Music,&?Half notes/rests(say it and play it - count out loud)Quarter notes/rests(say it and play it - count out loud)Eighth notes/rests(say it and play it - count out loud)ScalesMusic Motivation Book(s) Music Motivation Book(s)Begin learning all major key signatures(say it and play it - count out loud)IntervalsVirtuoso for 3rd year students and aboveSpiral of Fifths, Chord Progressionswithin Key Signatures. Modulating from(Identify each key and name the sharps and flats) one Key Signature to another.Whole notes/restsRhythmsmusicmotivation.com for 2nd - 4th year studentsWhat Every Pianist Should Know (Free PDF) Essential Piano Exercises (section 2)Music Motivation 1st Year TerminologyKeySignaturesMusic Motivation by Music Mentor Jerald Simonwhqe ÓŒ‰&?Sixteenth notes/rests(say it and play it - count out loud)Thirty-second notes/rests(say it and play it - count out loud)Sixty-fourth notes/rests(say it and play it - count out loud)Gregorian Chants, Music changes over theyears and how music has changed.Learn Finale and Logic Pro (notate your music)rœ Krœ KKrœ ÙOne-hundred-twenty-eighthnotes/restsFor more on rhythm, I recommend:KKrKœ Â“Rhythmic Training”by Robert Starer and“Logical Approach to Rhythmic Notation” (books 1 & 2)by Phil Perkins1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9thintervals (key of C, G, D, F, B b, and E b ).Harmonic and Melodic intervals (key of C,G, D, A, E, and B)All Perfect, Major, Minor, Augmented, 9th, 11th, and 13th intervalsand Diminished intervals (in every key) Analyze music (Hymns and Classical) toAll Harmonic and Melodic intervalsidentify intervals used in each measure.Explain the intervals used to create major,Identify/Name intervals used in chords.All Major Pentascales (5 finger scale)All Minor Pentascales (5 finger scale)All Diminished Pentascales (5 finger scale)C Major Scale (1 octave) A min. Scale (1 oct.)(Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti, Do) (solfege)All Major Scales (Every Key 1 - 2 octaves)All Minor Scales (Every Key 1 - 2 octaves)All Major and Natural Minor Scales - 1 octaveminor, diminished, and augmented chords?(natural, harmonic, and melodic minor scales)(Do, Di, Re, Ri, Mi, Fa, Fi,Sol, Si, La, Li, Ti, Do) (solfege - chromatic)All Major Scales (Every Key 3 - 5 Octaves)All Minor Scales (Every Key 3 - 5 Octaves)All Blues Scales (major and minor)Cultural Scales (25 scales)ModesIonian/Aeolian (C/A, G/E, D/B, A/F # )ChordsAll Major Chords, All Minor Chords,All Diminished Chords, C Sus 2, C Sus 4,C (Aug)., C 6th, C minor 6th, C 7th,C Maj. 7th, C minor Major 7th, A min.,A Sus 2, A Sus 4,All Major, Minor, Diminished,Augmented, Sus 2, Sus 4,Sixth, Minor Sixth, Dominant7th and Major 7th ChordsReview All Chords from 1st and 2nd yearexperiencesAll 7th, 9th, 11th, and 13th chordsinversions and voicings.ArpeggiosSame chords as above (1 - 2 octaves)Same chords as above (3 - 4 octaves)Same chords as above (4 octaves)InversionsSame chords as above (1 - 2 octaves)Same chords as above (3 - 4 octaves)Same chords as above (4 octaves)Technique (other)Schmitt Preparatory Exercises, (Hanon)Wieck, Hanon, Bach (well tempered clavier) Bertini-Germer, Czerny, I. PhilippSight ReadingEar TrainingMusic HistoryImprovisationCompositionKey of C Major and G MajorKey of C, G, D, A, E, F, B, E, A , DMajor versus Minor sounds (chords/intervals)C, D, E, F, G, A, B, and intervalsKey Signatures and Chords, Play w/ IPodThe origins of the Piano ForteBaroque, Classical, Jazz, BluesStudents choice - All genres, ComposersMary Had a Little Lamb, Twinkle, Twinkle.Blues Pentascale, Barrelhouse BluesClassical, New Age, Jazz, Blues, etc. Play w/ IPod5 note melody (both hands - key of C and G)One - Two Page Song (include key change)Lyrical, Classical, New Age, Jazz, etc.MM00001019All Modes (I, D, P, L, M, A, L) All keys Modulating with the Modes (Dorian to Dorian)b b bbCopyright 2015 by Music Motivation - http://musicmotivation.comAll Key Signatures, Hymns, ClassicalThe books from the Music Motivation Series by Jerald Simon are not method books, and are not intentionally created to be used as such (although some piano teachers use themas such). Jerald simply creates fun, cool piano music to motivate piano students to play the piano and teach them music theory - the FUN way!This is only an outline or suggestion - add to it or subtract from it! If you are doing something different all together that works, keep doing it. This is meant to give you ideas and supplement what you’re already doing.
QMusic Motivation Check ListQ- Check off when completed (follow the circle of 5ths/4ths - or move up in half steps - you should be able to do all three)All Major Key Signatures:(tell your teacher the # of sharps/flats in each keyand what they are)Following the circle of fifthsIntervals & Major/Minor ScalesF / G C /D A (tell your teacher the # of sharps/flats in each keyand what they are)g / a d /e a / b fAll Major Pentascales:Quarter Notes and Eighth NotesB / C F / G C /D A g / a d /e a / b All Diminished Pentascales:Quarter Notes and Eighth Notes g / a d /e (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th):EB / C All Major Scales (1 octave):(parallel and contrary motion)AEAll Minor Scales (1octave):(natural, harmonic, and melodic) cAll Major Scales (2-4 octaves):NO MUSIC PROVIDED - play without musicDAEAll Minor Scales (2-4 octaves):NO MUSIC PROVIDED - play without musicbf cAll Major Triads:(root, 1st, and 2nd inversions)All Diminished Triads:(root, 1st, and 2nd inversions)All Augmented Triads:(root, 1st, and 2nd inversions)All Sus4 Triads:(root, 1st, and 2nd inversions)All Sus2 Triads:(root, 1st, and 2nd inversions)FcgdE B Ffcgda / b fcgdF / G C /D A E B FB / C F / G C /D A E B Fg / a d /e a / b fcgdB / C F / G C /D A E B Fg / a d /e a / b fcgdAEaebf cCGDAEaebf caebf cCGDACGDaebfCGaeCC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C All Minor Triads:(root, 1st, and 2nd inversions)B DAll Minor Pentascales:Quarter Notes and Eighth NotesE GAll Minor Key Signatures:Intervals (built from all major scales)Moving up chromatically (in half steps)All Triads (three note chords)B / C C Copyright 2015 by Music Motivation - http://musicmotivation.comMM00001019Key SignaturesFollowing the circle of fifthsAll Key Signatures & PentascalesThe boxes below and on the other side of this page should be checked off as completed when the pianostudent can successfully complete each exercise in a given key signature, up to speed, and with no mistakes.
Music Motivation Check ListQQ- Check off when completed (follow the circle of 5ths/4ths - or move up in half steps )DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C (root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C (root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C CC /D DE EFF / G GA AB B / C aa / b bcc dd /e effgg / a CGDAEB / C F / G C /D A E B FCGDAEB / C F / G C /D A E B FCFB E A C /D F / G B / C EADGCFB E A C /D F / G B / C EADGAll Minor Sixth Chords:(root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)All Major 7th Chords: (Maj./Maj.)(root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)All Min. Major 7th Chords: (Min./Maj.)(root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)All Dominant 7th Chords: (Maj./Min.)(root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)All Minor 7th Chords: (Min./Min.)(root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)All Minor 7th 5 Chords: (Dim./Min.)All Minor 7th 5 Chords:All Diminished 7th Chords: (Dim./Dim .)7(root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)All Major Ninth Chords:This is in the book, “Essential Jazz Piano Exercises”All Ninth Chords:Chord Progressions, triads, etc., built from scales.This is in the book, “Essential Jazz Piano Exercises”All I - IV - V - V7 - I(root, 1st, & 2nd inversions)simple and completeAll i - iv - V - V7 - i(root, 1st, & 2nd inversions)simple and completeMajor ChordProgressions:Minor ChordProgressions:All Triads (built from all major scales):(Maj., min., min., Maj., Maj., min., dim., Maj.)All 7th(built from all major scales):(Maj. 7th, min. 7th, min. 7th, Maj. 7th, Dom. 7th, min. 7th, min. 7th flat 5)Simple ii7- V7 - I maj7Jazz Chord Progressionfollowing the circle of 4thsA Fun ii7- V7 - I maj7Jazz Chord Progressionfollowing the circle of 4ths In the book, “Essential Jazz Piano Exercises”, we cover 9th chords, 11th chords, 13th chords, voicings of chords, blues scales (major andminor), left hand patterns (walking bass patterns, boogie-woogie patterns, etc.), modal jazz improvisation, ii-V-I chord progressions, ii-Vchord progressions (dorian - dorian), and much more - in all keys and in all inversions.MM00001019Copyright 2015 by Music Motivation - http://musicmotivation.comThiese last two are in the book, “Essential Jazz Piano Exercises” by Jerald SimonC /D Moving up chromatically (in half steps)C(root, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions)All major and minor sixth chords, all seventh chords (major, minor, etc.)All Major Sixth Chords:
QKey SignaturesQKey Signatures (Major and Minor) and Major Penta Scales, and Scales:(Circle of Fifths)Let’s talk about key signatures. When we talk about key signatures, the easiest way to explain them isby thinking about languages.Look at the chart of the circle of fifths on the next two pages in the handout. In the key of C major wehave no sharps or flats. If we move to the right of the circle of fifths we will be in the key signature of G major.Think of this like learning to speak German. We have one sharp - F sharp (F ) in the key signature. When weare playing a piece in the key of G major we will always have an F sharp (everytime you see F play F sharp(F ) instead of F natural).Any note in the musical alphabet (A, B, C, D, E, F, and G) can have a flat sign ( ) or a sharp sign ( )placed in front of it. When this happens, the note either moves down half a step to the left for flats, or up halfa step to the right for sharps. Let’s look at the F note. The regular F note is the fourth above C. The F note isa white note, but when it has a sharp placed in front of it the note is taken up half a step to the right. The blacknote directly to the right of F is F sharp (F ).This is where the key signature goes.Since there isn’t anything here (sharps or flats - this is the key of C major or it could beA minor - the realitve minor of C major). F F sharpB(this is an accidental) This is where the key signature goes.Since we have one sharp (F sharp)this is the key of G major/E minor)F sharpB flat(this is an accidental)This is where the key signature goes.Since we have one flat (B flat)this is the key of F major/D minor) F naturalB flatA natural cancels the sharp.B naturalA natural cancels the sharp.The first example to the left is in the keyof C major. When the sharp symbol ( ) isadded in the measure you will play thesharp for that measure only. This is calledan accidental note because it is not part ofthe key signature. After you finishplaying the measure with the sharp, youwill play the F natural again unless yousee another accidental note. Below thefirst example is an example of the key ofG major (which has an F sharp in the keysignature) followed by an F natural. Thesame examples are shown with B flat andB natural.I like to have the students memorize the order of the sharps introduced by saying this:Five Cool Gorrilas Dance And Eat Bannanas. Once they have memorized this saying I tell them the order ofthe sharps is F , C , G , D , A , E and B . For flats I have them say: Better Exercise And Drink Good ColdFluids. Once they have memorized this saying I tell them the order of the flats as B , E , A , D , G , C , andF . Memorize This! for key signatures with sharps:Five Cool Gorrilas Dance And Eat Bannanas. Memorize This! for key signatures with flats:Better Exercise And Drink Good Cold Fluids(for flats you may also say BEAD GCF if that helps you)I like to have students first play all major pentascales in all keys following the circle of fifths. After they canplay all of the major pentascales in all keys, I then have them learn the minor and diminished pentascales in allkeys. They can learn the patterns and the feel of playing the pentascales in all keys quickly. After doing sothey are then ready to play the major and minor scales 1 octave, then 2, and 3 octaves contrary (opposite direction starting on the same note - right hand goes up, left hand goes down, and parallel motion (both handmoving the same direction up and down the piano). I like to start with contrary motion because the fingeringis the same for both hands and students learn the patterns quickly.Copyright 2015 by Music Motivation - http://musicmotivation.comMM0000101911
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