A beautiful sound, in addition to the melody formed by the linear connection of chord and non-chord, also needs to use different harmony structures to increase the fluidity of the music, thereby increasing the rich variety of sound . Therefore, the biggest difference between people who study music and those who simply like music is that the latter can appreciate the beauty of melody, while the former is more able to appreciate the beauty of music structure. In the process of improvisation training, we must first train learners so that they can have a deep sense of the harmony sounds they hear, and then they can understand the relationship between melody and chords. This book aims to provide the necessary steps to achieve it.
Contents include chord progression practice, left-hand accompaniment practice, impromptu test practice and melody development practice.