Right Hand Agility Exercise 2

May 16th, 2018 - 7 Comments

Hey gang! Do you ever find yourself thinking “I just can’t seem to play this right hand melody smoothly!” Well don’t worry.  In today’s video blog post, I’ll be following up on a previous video about right hand fluidity. You can find that first video by clicking here.

In that video, I talked about getting comfortable crossing your thumb over your hand while you are moving up and down the piano. To expand on that, I will show you a new pattern you can use while moving up and down one octave at a time with your right hand, and then playing a fun and simple chord pattern with your left hand. I hope you enjoy it!  Simply click on the video above to learn more.

Happy playing!
– Scott Houston

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7 responses to “Right Hand Agility Exercise 2”

  1. Dianne says:

    Loving these quick little videos and finding them helpful. Thanks.

  2. Carole Wells says:

    Thanks, Scott. As always…..helpful.

  3. Rose Lopez says:

    I also am finding them so helpful because I’m teaching myself piano!

  4. Dorifel Acoba says:

    Thank you Scott for sending me this Video. Learning many playing style from you.


    Love the videos! I have been playing for more than 30 years, by notes. I played in church for a long time. I have short fingers and cannot reach an octave, so I do the short version. I usually add in notes when I play a song. Why do you skip using the thumb until the second note? I have learned a lot but don’t think I could ever play with chords since I’ve read notes for so long.

  6. Rosie M. Gamez says:

    I missed exercise 1 of your free tip video

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