THE MUSICAL EAR | Ear Training for Musicians, with Julian Bradley

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Welcome to Julian Bradley's ear training podcast for musicians! Learn to play music by ear using proven practice methods, while avoiding common mistakes that many musicians make. Episodes include ear training practice at the piano, college style ear training tests, and Q+A sessions to help you learn to play music by ear. Julian is a jazz pianist from the U.K. and has a masters degree in music. All episodes are based on Julian's 'Fixed Key Learning' method - where musicians transcribe all songs in the same key (we use C minor). This way you'll learn to spot the common melodic shapes and chord progressions that most songs use, without the distraction of changing keys for every song. Topics include: how to play piano by ear, relative pitch lessons, chord progression ear training, guitar ear training, how to play guitar by ear, and much more!


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Latest Episodes

Most songs you hear on the radio use the same chord progressions as each other. In fact there's just 4 chords that make up most song's chord progressions.In this episode I'll show you the most useful 'common chord progression' there is for playing mu... more

3 years ago

Put your ear to the test as we transcribe the song 'Shape Of You' by ear. I'll play an excerpt at the piano (played in the key of C minor). We'll transcribe the melody and chord progression together.Topics include the pentatonic scale, common melodic... more

3 years ago

Most songs you hear on the radio use the same melodic shapes and chord progressions as each other. In fact there's just 5 notes that make up most melodies.In this episode I'll show you the most useful 'common melodic shape' there is for playing music... more

3 years ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 8 ratings
  • Excellent for all levels

    Well done producing a podcast which is accessible for those with little knowledge of theory and also presents a structured way of thinking and teaching. I’m a music teacher with a class of music technology students who tend to have less theory background than our instrumental stream of students. I will be making use of you podcast in my lessons this week and will let you know how the kids go. Thank you for sharing your logical and clear approach. Chris Weber from Adelaide, South Australia 🎺

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago
  • Best Overall

    These are the best lessons overall for advancing music and piano understanding. He answers the questions I always had about music that teachers never did. more

    Apple Podcasts
    T from AZ
    United States2 years ago

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