to Making Piano Accompaniment Sound Professional
When learning to play
piano , many people have experienced the frustration of
being an accompanist when using a music book.
“It feels flat,” they say. There are times when
piano players do not know what to play while the
singer is singing his melody. Should they play
the melody exactly as it is written or should
they play something else?
When accompanying a singer, you do not want to
play the melody as it is being sung. Doubling
the melody just doesn’t work. Not only are you
stealing the singer’s thunder, but you are also
making the music less interesting.
So, if you are not playing the melody, how are
you, as accompanist, to actually enhance the
melody, complement the singer, and create
beautiful music, all at the same time? What are
you to play?
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