Lesson 18: Putting Harmony and Melody Together -- Skip to My Lou

In this lesson, we will play Skip to My Lou hands together.  Your child will first play the right hand with you on the left hand, then vice-versa for three iterations. Then the child will play both hands together.  You will need to hold your child's left hand down the first couple of times for each "Skip to my Lou" phrase while his/her right hand plays the moving melody.

Continue to review "I Get Hot Playing Piano", "Amen/Yeah Man", and "C Me Practice Piano",

<notice the dissonance in the middle notes of the major scale when played contrarily>

Comprehensive video for home-teachers for lesson 18

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Supplementary video for untrained home-teachers for lesson 18:

Student video for lesson 18:

Sheet music for lesson 18: Scale Contrary

Audio recording of "Scale Contrary":