What are the differences between the Definitive Piano Improvisation course and the Hand Coordination, Runs & Fillers course?

The two courses serve different playing needs and challenges. They are two different courses. The Definitive Piano Improvisation course covers a variety of techniques to help the player improvise on the piano, arrange songs using different left-hand techniques and chord techniques (broken, straddle and many others). It also entails many different styles such as blues, ballads, new age, etc. The goal is to help a player create tunes and enjoy piano playing.

The Hand Coordination, Runs & Fillers course helps you coordinate your hands when playing with both hands and become more independent with the left hand. The course also covers techniques to construct one’s own runs and fillers based on the melodies or tunes. Exercises are structured based on these purposes. Many of our customers have both courses.
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