The One Improvisation Secret You Must Know
An incredibly easy approach to improvising for all musicians at the beginner level
"I have NO EXPERIENCE when it comes to improvising and I want to learn how without all the theory!"

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Is it possible for a complete novice to begin to improvise in just minutes???

Secret Exposed: Piano improvisation is something that you can begin enjoying instantly... it is NOT reserved for a select few.

Improvisation Secret

The One Improvisation Secret
You Must Know

A Simple & Effective Strategy That Guarantees
To Open The Door Toward Improvisational Success

Never improvised before? This is for you. No knowledge of theory needed to take advantage
of this simple yet effective concept. Get results quickly and watch your ideas take on
a form of their own as you have more and more fun with this
"Hi Dave, You are a genius! I have just been playing with
your latest improvisation package and within about 15 minutes
have the idea and the vision of the potential it can unlock.
I have struggled with books and discs and teachers to get
somewhere, but without success. Often it is a communication
problem. You are a wonderful communicator and teacher.
I am empowered... Thank you soooooooooooo much."
Very best wishes, Susan  (United Kingdom)

Follow this simple strategy and marvel at how your improvisational ideas mature in a very natural way.

"My momma always said, 'Life was like a box of chocolates.
You never know what you're gonna get.'" - Forrest Gump
It's a lot like that with improvisation... it's just one surprise after another, once you "open the box." Always curious about improvisation? Have you wanted to improvise but felt that it was something "beyond you?" Well, now, there MUST be a way for even the earliest beginner to get his or her foot in the door with improvisation.

There is. Read on...

Hi. I'm Dave Longo. For me, the requests have been overwhelming... but I'm okay with that! I'll tell you why...

I've received more requests for a simple program that makes learning to improvise attainable by even the earliest beginner than I can count. My reaction to this is nothing less than one of gratitude. I love this art... and I consider it a pleasure as well as a privilege if I can make a positive difference for even one person out there who even remotely believes that he or she doesn't have what it takes to get a handle on improvisation.


What Is Improvisation?
Though a very simple way of putting it, we're referring to "creating in the moment." More specifically, making those melodies sound more interesting. This can simply mean embellishing or "decorating" the melody of a favorite song as you already know how to play it or even going further by creating your own musical lines that take the place of the melody in certain places of a song. Either way, it's creating... and you can do it.

It Doesn't Have To Be A Mystery

For so many people, the idea of improvising music takes on an identity of some kind of magical ability enjoyed only by a select few individuals who have somehow been blessed with some kind of "special talent" that others can only appreciate from an observer's viewpoint. I'm here to tell you that it's simply not true. You don't have to be on the outside looking in. If you think of improvisation as something "beyond you," then today is a day for celebration. Why? Because it changes - right here and right now.

So Simple You'll Be Amazed
So what do I have here... something magical?

Not even close. As a matter of fact, it's so simple - yet so effective - that once you apply the concept that I am about to present to you, before long, you will be smiling inside and out as colorful, intriguing, improvisational ideas instantly flow from your own fingertips. This is a very practical approach that will have you improvising within only a few minutes. What's great about this is that, the more you apply yourself to this simple approach, the more you are likely to astonish yourself with your own musical creative ability.

The Earliest Beginner At Any Age Can Do This
You see, of all the people who have been requesting something that would give them a clue to how to improvise, a significant number of these individuals have very little musical experience to begin with. So, I had to really consider this. The question I had to ask myself was this: "What I can provide that would make it absolutely impossible for someone who uses the method to fail, regardless of his or her experience?"

Well, the answer was two-fold: 1) It had to be easy... SUPER EASY for anyone to understand and 2) It had to be concise. In other words, the user of the method could read about it, learn it, and start using it right away, without having to trudge through a pile of "fluff" that he or she would have to understand prior to enjoying instant benefits.

In conjunction with those two requisites, the method had to appeal to anyone at any age. You see, I receive email requests from people in their 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's... I wanted this to be easy to use and practical. I wanted to create something that no one would be intimidated by. Also, since I wanted this to get in the hands of anyone reading this, it was absolutely essential that this program be affordable to everyone.

A Little Combo That Makes It Crystal Clear
                        Piano Improvisation - Learn To Improvise                       
The result is what you see here in this guidebook/video presentation. This is a little package that I had a lot of fun putting together. What made it fun? Well, aside from the fact that I'm discussing one of my favorite subjects, the very idea that I knew that anyone who got their hands on this would achieve results - not in weeks to come, but now. You will not be struggling through pages and pages, having to make painstaking efforts to decipher the essential elements of what you are reading. This is presented in a simple and clear manner so that you can use what you've learned immediately.
A Lesson I Never Forgot
Piano Improvisation - Instant Results!Asking myself the question above led to my reflecting on something I experienced in an ear training class while attending Berklee College of Music in Boston. The teacher was one fantastic trumpet player. If you ever heard this guy improvise jazz, he'd spin your head - he did mine. You see, I got to hear him at a local club practically around the corner from where I was living. Well, he said something that, at the time, I dismissed to a point because it seemed too simple at the time. You see, I had already been "brainwashed" into thinking that I had to eat and sleep chords, scales, modes, patterns, etc., if I was to become an improviser in the real sense. Other classes I was taking even confirmed this conviction, as they promoted learning them like there was no tomorrow. Now, what this guy said to the class on this day made sense to me but, again, I interpreted it as something as too easy to be true. You see, he informed the 20 or so people in that classroom that he did not learn to improvise that way. The way he learned to improvise was much simpler and he went on to explain it. This was coming from a trumpet player who played bebop like others only aspire to.

I never forgot that valuable lesson, though it took me years to fully accept that something so easy could be the basis of such creative, musical success. Yet, when I had the opportunity to sit in on a practice session with a jazz orchestra for the very first time, I found myself resorting to what this guy had taught. For me, improvising good musical ideas was new and I was actually intimidated since, as you know, the pianist is called upon to solo more than just a few times in a set! These guys had experience and I was a "newbee," to say the least. It came time to play my very first solo during that first session with them and something came over me... it was like a flash of insight... it didn't come to me in the form of words but, rather, a way of thinking. It was solo time and what did I do? Instead of tensing up, I found myself in a totally relaxed mode as I started using this simple principle which I'm going to share with you. Not only was I feeling confident during that first solo and the next few but here was the real kicker... during one of the rehearsals, the director of the orchestra actually paused after one of our performances and made a point of stating to the group that it was refreshing to finally have a pianist who played with such taste. YIKES! Talk about an ego-booster!

Can you imagine what a good feeling that was for me? Trust me... I was not feeling confident about my ability to improvise up to that day. But that day - in that particular moment - I felt like a million bucks. Well, I want to share that with you. I want you to feel that same good feeling that I did. There is one fact that I have no doubt about - you have more improvisational ability than you currently believe you have. Using this simple strategy will have you proving it to yourself.

"Hi Dave, I've been doing jazz for about 40 years, but it's really hard to teach improv at the beginning stage,
and I have a couple of trumpet kids who really need "training wheels" for a while. This should help!
John  (Texas, USA)
Simple And Effective For All Musicians

What's unique about this? Well, as I mentioned, this is a method that won't take a lot of your time to learn. Once you learn it, you own it. It's yours to use and apply and grow with. The above testimonial came from a jazz educator who decided to put this simple approach to work for his students. He realized the simplicity of it and wanted to share it.

Like learning a few new words in any language, once you use them a few times, your confidence with using them increases. As you grow with this, you will be able to take what you learn here to dizzying heights of musical creativity.  The video itself approximately 15 minutes in duration. The guidebook is short in length. It's a very informal presentation. The reason: I wanted to be able to provide this simple, yet effective technique in a manner in which your introduced to it just long enough for you to take it and make it your own quickly. So, within about 20 minutes or less, you can begin applying this easy concept and start creating some interesting melodic embellishments. Before long, you can extend these to longer, more interesting improvisational lines. By the way, this works for all musicians. Sure, the video presentation illustrates the concept being used on the piano keyboard, but this musical approach is effective whether you're a piano player or you play trumpet, saxophone, flute, clarinet, or any other instrument, including your own voice! Vocalists like Billy Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and instrumentalists like Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole, Count Basie, and others were absolute natural masters at using this technique, as were many others of their time and those that followed.

What About All That Theory I'm Supposed To Learn?

As an infant, how many words did you need to be able to spell, write, or speak in order to express that you were hungry or uncomfortable? That's right. None. You just let nature take its course. You hollered out "gaaaa!" or cried and you got the message across. As you matured and your command of your language became greater, you were able to express yourself in a variety of ways. HOWEVER, you did not need to know any of that "theory" to get the ball rolling with communicating. You were a born communicator. The same is true from a musical standpoint. The problem is that, as we get older, we buy into the idea that things have to be complicated. 

But you, friend, do not have to subscribe to that false idea. You can start allowing those creative juices to start flowing now while remaining open to the fact that you'll learn theory and other "sophisticated" strategies when the time is right. However, the time is right for you NOW to begin expressing yourself creatively. Allow your natural ability to allow itself to do what it internally already knows how to do.

You see, this is the most natural way to learn how to improvise... and since that's true, you'll take to it instantly. Success starts today with this.You're only steps away from beginning the road to improvisational freedom!
"Hi Dave, I've been playing piano for over 50 years,
but have been enjoying all the courses and teachings
you are giving. I continue to glean new chord ideas
and understanding. Thanks for your time and teachings."
Penny (Arizona, USA)
Say YES While This Special Promotion Lasts

So how about it? Are you ready to say "yes" to giving yourself the opportunity to explore what you are truly capable of? If you were to achieve instant results and be creating some interesting musical ideas that you can be using within the context of your own favorite songs, would you be interested? Well, I made a decision... keep in mind that I wanted each and everyone who arrived at this page to have NO reason not to proceed, so that they could start having fun with this simple yet effective approach to improvisation. Therefore, I decided on a modest fee of $19.95. But I want everyone to have it. So, I've decided to give you a reason to act today... not next week.... today. I'm going to let you have access to it for just $14.00... there's no catch, except that I would like to ask you a favor, if I may. Once you put this to use and obtain some nice results, please send me an email at info @ with your testimonial that I can share with others. Fair enough?

Go ahead... take it... enjoy it... use it... reap the benefits...

... then send me the testimonial (not required, but totally appreciated by me)

And remember...






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