In this beginning piano lesson we will learn how to play How To Save A Life on piano, a pop/rock piano song by The Fray. How To Save A Life is an easy song for beginners to pick up, especially for students who want to learn how to sing and play a song on piano.
Here is my How To Save A Life piano cover by the The Fray. How To Save A Life is a relatively easy song for beginners to play, and this particular version is simplified a little bit to make it easier to play with just one person.
How To Save A Life is easy enough for absolute beginners to get the gist of and start playing it right away. The overall goal is to learn how to play this How To Save A Life piano cover from start to finish with no hesitations or gap, something that’s difficult for most kids and teenagers.
Here is my Clocks piano cover and vocal cover of by Coldplay. This version of Clocks is arranged for beginners, and thus simplified. Overall, Clocks is a great song for beginners to learn because you learn the basics of patterns and arrangements.
In this beginning piano lesson, we will learn how to play Clocks on piano by Coldplay. Clocks is a great piano song for beginners to learn as it incorporates a few basic elements that repeat over and over throughout the song. It can also be simplified for beginners and made more difficult for more advanced piano players.
In this free piano lesson, we’ll discuss how to find sharps and flats on a piano. Sharps (#) and flats (b) are the black keys on a piano. Sharps go up and flats go down. However, many of the notes are the same. This is known as enharmonics. An enharmonic note is one note with two names. As an example:
In this free piano lesson, we’ll discuss how to play a C Major scale on piano with both hands. The trick to playing a C Major scale is realizing that the crossovers happen at different times for each hand. This can make playing the scale with both hand simultaneously quite a challenge at first.
Find Middle C on Piano by Using Patterns
In this free piano lesson video, we’ll discuss how to find Middle C on piano and other notes on a piano by simply noticing the pattern of white and black keys on the piano. On a piano, C will always be to the left of the two black keys. Every piano, in every octave, left, right, up, or down, it will always be to the immediate left of the group of two black keys. Middle C is the C in the middle of the piano that is generally underneath the logo.