Leading Piano Education E-Store YokeWong.net, Launches Piano Accompaniment Course On March 27th, 2008

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Piano Educational E-Store YokeWong.net launches new piano dvd course targeting adults who are interested in learning how to accompany on piano.

Many piano players today are interested in playing recreationally, accompanying themselves (or someone else) singing. An in-house survey composed in December 2007 (2,000 adult piano players responded) reflects that 64% of piano players are interested in learning piano accompaniment techniques. Appealing to this large percentage of interest, YokeWong.net has developed a DVD Home-study course to address the growing needs of pianists.

The new course, "Mastering The Art of Piano Accompaniment" is set to be launched on Thursday, March 27th, 2008. It includes 3 DVDs, totaling 3 hours of instruction. These DVDs will also be paired with a booklet of 36 pages which includes lead sheets and accompaniment scores. The problem that most players have when playing with a singer is that they do not know how to play harmonies in an accompaniment style. Doubling the melody is not recommended for playing with the singer. This course will cover different patterns and techniques on accompaniment, and give many rhythm options to create different musical styles such as rock, ballads, country and jazz.

Founded in 2002, YokeWong.net has become one of the leading online piano education publishers available. The company provides premium products through their customer friendly internet retail store. Yoke Wong, the founder of this thriving company, is excited to share her talents with the world by providing comprehensive and step-by-step piano instruction through DVD courses. Ms. Wong's e-store has grown ten-fold in volume since its first year of production, and continues to serve thousands of pianists in more than 70 countries.

Mastering the Art of Piano Accompaniment course can be purchased for $125, but the first 200 people to order will receive it for only $99. You can order it at the following link: http://www.howtoaccompany.com.


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