How to Play How Great Thou Art on Piano – Easy Tutorial

Welcome to another easy tutorial. In this one you will learn how to play the popular hymn, How Great Thou Art on piano and keyboard. This is a very easy tutorial that is strictly for beginners. You will find videos embedded on this page where you can watch me play the song and follow my example. I have also included all the notes for your convenience.

The tutorials include an easy left hand part, one note at a time and the melody of the song to be played with your right hand. There’s a video with the song played at regular speed, and another at a slower tempo.

Video 1 – How To Play How Great Thou Art (Easy Piano Tutorial)

Here’s video 1 with the song at regular speed.

 

How Great Thou Art Easy Right Hand Notes

G G G E, G G G A A F A
O Lord my God, when I in awesome wonder,
A A A G, E G G F F E
Consider all the worlds Thy hands have made;
G G G E, G G G A A F A
I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder,
A A A G, E G G F F E
Thy power throughout the universe displayed.

Chorus:

G G C E, D C B C A G
Then sings my soul, my Savior God, to Thee,
C B C D, F A G E
How great Thou art! How great Thou art!
G G C E, D C B C A G
Then sings my soul, my Savior God, to Thee,
C B C D, E F B C
How great Thou art! How great Thou art!

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Left Hand Notes (How to Play How Great Thou Art on Piano – Easy Tutorial)

Verse:

C F
O Lord my God, when I in awesome wonder,
C G C
Consider all the worlds Thy hands have made;
C F
I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder,
C G C
Thy power throughout the universe displayed.

Chorus:

C F C
Then sings my soul, my Savior God, to Thee,
D G C
How great Thou art! How great Thou art!
C F C
Then sings my soul, My Savior God, to Thee,
D G C
How great Thou art! How great Thou art!

Video 2 – How To Play How Great Thou Art on Piano and Keyboard

Here’s video 2 with the song played at a slow tempo. It’s at 60% of the previous speed.

Thanks for learning to play this hymn with yours truly, Mantius Cazaubon.  To take your playing to the next level, learn about the Piano For All course here. All the best to you. Keep practicing.

Piano Key Notes For Beginners – How To Label The Keys Of The Piano

Piano key notes for beginners! In this piano lesson, you will learn how to label the keys of the piano. The following is a transcript of a video lesson I created. It includes minor edits. The video is embedded below.

Hi once again, it’s Mantius Cazaubon and I’m the creator of the website, Piano-Keyboard-Guide.com. Today I’d like to talk to you about labeling the keys of the piano keyboard. Now, I have no keyboard with me right now; I am in my car, but I figured why not present a lesson that is different. We’ve looked at this topic many times, but some beginners still need extra work. So let’s learn how to label the keys of the piano keyboard. Let’s take another look at this topic.

If you don’t have a keyboard with you right now, it’s a good way to do some mental work. It’s always good to think of your keyboard or piano when you’re away from it, whether it’s the notes that correspond to the keys of your keyboard, chords or whatever you’re learning. Mental work is always good. So let’s do some with regards to labeling the keys of the keyboard.

Video: How To Label The Keys Of The Piano (Piano Key Notes For Beginners)

 

If you take a look at your piano keyboard, you will notice that the keys are black and white. This is quite obvious. But what key is A? What key is B? What keys are C, D, E, F and G? First of all, the letters of the musical alphabet are A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Only seven letters! With these letters we will label the keys of the piano?

So where is A? Where is B? Where is C? Where is D… E, F and G?

Location Of C

Let’s first of all learn where C is. If you look at the keys of the piano, as we said, you will realize that they are black and white. We will start with C, and with C, you will learn how to label every key. Just by using C! If you look at your keyboard, you will notice that there’s a set of two black keys, followed by three black keys, followed by two black keys, followed by three black keys and this two-three keys pattern keeps repeating. The key before a set of two black keys is C.

Now that you know where C is, you could basically label all the white keys. If you know your alphabet as you obviously do, you know that after C comes D. So the white key after C is D. The white key after D is E. Then F. Then G. The white key after G is A, then B, and you go back to C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C and so on. It keeps repeating. So you now know how to label all the white keys. Clearly, the key before C is B, the key before B is A and the key before A is G; there is no H in music. It’s as simple as that.

Piano keys and notes layout

Piano keys and notes layout

Location Of F (How To Label The Keys Of The Piano – Piano Key Notes For Beginners)

Another way to label the white keys is to know where F is. Remember we said that there’s a set of two and three black keys. F is before a set of three black keys. If you have your keyboard with you, or if you’re at your piano, take a look at the set of three black keys and notice where F is. You may also take a look at the diagram I’ve included on this page. So what is the letter after F in the alphabet? Obviously, it’s G. What is the letter after G in the alphabet? In the regular alphabet it’s H but there is no H in the musical alphabet. After G you go back to A. So if you go up the keyboard, it’s F, G, A, B, C, D, E, F and so on. If you know where F is, you know how to label all the white keys. All you need to know is where F is. Or all you need to know is where C is, as we saw earlier. Learn the names of the notes that correspond to the white keys mentally, when you’re away from your keyboard. Commit it to memory. You should also practice this by looking at your piano keyboard.

How To Label The Black Keys Of The Piano Keyboard

So you know how to label the white keys. How about the black ones? In music, there are “sharps” and “flats”. “#” stands for sharp and “b” stands for flat. I’m going to put this in very simple terms for the beginner.

On your keyboard, sharp simply means to play the key that is to the immediate right. So if you’re on C, there’s a note called C sharp (C#) which is the black key after C. The key immediately after D is D sharp (D#). The white key after D sharp is E. After E there’s the white key, F. The black key after F is F sharp (F#). The key after F# is G. The key after G is G#, then A. The black key after A is A#. We’re moving right on the keyboard. After A#, you go to B, then C. Then C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B and C. You should know what notes correspond to the keys mentally, without looking at your keyboard. You should have a clear picture in your mind. Work on it.

So we just looked at the sharps. The two keys in the set of two black keys are C# followed by D#. In the set of three black keys, it’s F# followed by G# and A#. So as you move right on your keyboard (as you go up the keyboard), you have sharps. But when we go down (move left), we have flats. The black keys have two note names. If you’re on D, the key before D is D flat (Db). The black key before E is Eb. If you’re on a key and you play the key to the left, you’re going flat. If you’re on G and you then play the key to the immediate left of G, you’re playing G flat. If you’re on A and you’re asked to play the key to the left of A, you’re playing A flat. The key before B is B flat.

This is a simplified way of looking at flats on your piano keyboard. What you’re actually doing is going down a half step (or semitone) on your keyboard and this makes the note flat. For example, if you’re on B, the note before it is Bb because you went down a half step (semitone). On the other hand, if you go up a half step (or semitone) on your keyboard, for example, C to C#, it makes the note sharp. So sharp indicates that you should go up a half step, while flat indicates that you should go down a half step.

So in terms of flats, the five black keys are Db (which is immediately after C or before D), followed by Eb, Gb, Ab and Bb.

The 12 keys of the Piano Keyboard and their Note Names

Remember that the piano keyboard consists of sets of two and three black keys. There are 7 white keys that repeat, giving you a total of 12 keys repeating over and over depending on how many keys your keyboard has in total. Let’s say we start with C (before a set of 2 black keys). This would give you C, followed by C# or Db, D, D# or Eb, E, F, F# or Gb, G, G# or Ab, A, A# or Bb, B and C. The keys of the piano or keyboard!

One more thing. The white keys can also be sharp or flat. Remember that, simply put, on your keyboard, the word, sharp or the symbol, # tells you to play the key to the right of a key, while flat tells you to play the key to the immediate left. Therefore, the key after E can also be called E#. We saw that it was F earlier but it can also be called E#. Why? Because you’re playing the key to the right of E. It’s a half step higher than E. There’s B# as well which is the key to the immediate right of B. So the key that plays C can also play B#. B# and C are enharmonic equivalents of each other. There’s Cb as well, which is a half step lower than C and this key also plays the note, B. There’s also Fb which is a half step lower than F and also plays the note, E. So there’s B#, Cb, E# and Fb and they are played with white keys.

I trust that you now know how to label the keys of the piano keyboard. Go here to learn more about piano keys and notes. 

Thank you very much. My name is Mantius Cazaubon. I am the creator of Piano-Keyboard-Guide.com. For a lot more, be sure to check out my books at Amazon.com. They will take you to the next level in playing the piano. Thank you very much, one love, all the best.

Piano Keys and Notes for Beginners – Sharps and Flats – Easy Lesson

In this easy piano lesson, we take a look at the topic, “Piano Keys and Notes for Beginners – Sharps and Flats”. If you’re an absolute beginner learning the notes that correspond to the keys of the piano, you should find this lesson very valuable. The following is a video transcript and you may watch the video below.

Hello once again. It’s Mantius Cazaubon of www.Piano-Keyboard-Guide.com and I just want to give you a little tip about something which beginners especially often find confusing. They don’t realize that there can be an E sharp (E#), a B sharp (B#), an F flat (Fb) and a C flat (Cb). Let me tell you this: Every note can be either sharp or flat. So there’s Ab, Bb, Cb, Db, Eb, Fb and Gb. There’s also A#, B#, C#, D#, E#, F# and G#.

On your keyboard, how would you play B#? Sharp simply means to play the key to the immediate right of a key. So if I tell you to play B#, you’ll be playing the same as the C key on your keyboard. What if I tell you to play C flat? Flat simply means, in simple terms, to play the key to the left of a key, so if I tell you C flat, you’ll be playing the key, B on your keyboard. Notes and keys are not the same. Okay? So don’t let it confuse you. Any note can be sharp or flat.

Here’s the video.

Piano Keys and Notes for Beginners – Sharps and Flats – Easy Lesson

 

As you learn music theory, you will realize how basic this really is. So just think of playing what is called a “half step” higher. If you see A#, it means to play the note which is a half step higher than A. So you play the key that is immediately after A. That’s all it means. This is a black key. If you see B# all it means is to play a note that is a half step higher than B. So you play the key that is immediately after B. On your keyboard it’s the same as C, in terms of the key that is played. But it’s not really C. In practice, you’re playing the same key, but in theory it’s a different note.

As I said, notes and keys are not the same. The same key can play different notes. So if I tell you to play Cb (C flat), you will be playing the same key that is used to play B. In theory, you are playing Cb, but in practice, you’re pressing the same key on your instrument and it sounds the same. All C flat really means is to play the note that is a semitone or half step lower than C. Another word for half step is “semitone”. So play a half step lower.

Piano keys and notes layout

Piano keys and notes layout

White keys can be sharp or flat just like black keys are either sharp or flat. Or to put it better, white keys can play notes that are sharp or flat, just like black keys play notes that are either sharp or flat.

So this was just a short video where we took a look at sharps and flats, a topic I find very interesting. I hope you got some value out of it.

To learn more about the notes of the piano keyboard and musical notes in general, check out this page.

End of “Piano Keys and Notes for Beginners – Sharps and Flats – Easy Lesson“.

James Arthur Say You Won’t Let Go Easy Piano Tutorial – How To Play

Welcome to this James Arthur Say You Won’t Let Go easy piano tutorial.  You will learn how to play this amazing song on piano and keyboard. There are four tutorials to choose from.

The first one is for the absolute beginner who wants to learn the right hand part or the melody of the song only. This tutorial is much slower than the original speed of the song. It’s at 60%, actually. After learning the melody of the song, you may check out the second video and learn how to accompany the melody of Say You Won’t Let Go with a simple left hand part.

Then there are two more tutorials for you, in case you want to take things to another level and play complete but simple chords with the left hand. There is a slow version and another at regular speed.

Here are the video tutorials.

James Arthur Say You Won’t Let Go Right Hand Slow Easy Piano Tutorial For Beginners

Learn to play the melody of this song with your right hand in this slow, easy tutorial.

 

How to Play Say You Won’t Let Go by James Arthur – Easy Piano Tutorial For Beginners

Learn to play the melody of the song with your right hand as well as a very simple left hand part. This is for beginners.

 

Say You Won’t Let Go by James Arthur – Easy Piano Chords & Melody Tutorial

Learn to play the melody of the song as well as easy piano chords.

Play the melody with the right hand and chords with the left.

 

Say You Won’t Let Go by James Arthur – SLOW Easy Piano Chords & Melody Tutorial 

This is a slower version of the chords and melody tutorial above. We slow things down to make it easier for you.

 

I trust that you enjoyed learning how to play the song, Say You Won’t Let Go by James Arthur. Thanks for learning with me, yours truly, Mantius Cazaubon. All the best. Keep practicing.

Sam Hunt Body Like A Back Road Easy Piano Tutorial – How To Play

Welcome to this Sam Hunt Body Like A Back Road Easy Piano Tutorial created by yours truly, Mantius Cazaubon. Actually, there are three video tutorials on this page. They are all very easy and designed for beginners. You will learn how to play the melody of the song with your right hand as well as a very easy left hand part. If you are looking for an advanced tutorial for this song, the following tutorials are not for you.

The notes are also included in the videos for your convenience.

The first video is at regular speed, the second one is slower at 60% of the speed. In video 3, we take a look at the melody of the song only, to be played with the right hand.

Learn how to play Body Like A Back Road with the following easy piano tutorials for beginners.

Video 1 – Sam Hunt Body Like A Back Road Easy Piano Tutorial

 

Video 2 – Sam Hunt Body Like A Back Road Slow & Easy Piano Tutorial

 

Video 3 – Sam Hunt Body Like A Back Road Right Hand Only Slow & Easy Piano Tutorial

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Selena Gomez and Kygo It Ain’t Me Easy Piano Tutorial – Notes

Welcome to another piano tutorial. In this one, you will learn how to play the song, It Ain’t Me by Selena Gomez and Kygo. There are three tutorials to choose from. In the first one, you will learn how to play the melody of the song as well as a very simple left hand part. This is great for the absolute beginner. In the second video, I present you with a slower version of this tutorial to make it easier for you. The third video is more challenging because you have to play more notes with the left hand.

It Ain’t Easy by Selena Gomez and Kygo is relatively easier to play/learn, especially because of the fact that it is in the key of C major which consists of white keys only. The notes for this song are included below for your convenience.

Video 1 – Selena Gomez and Kygo It Ain’t Me Easy Piano Tutorial (Notes)

Here’s video one.

 

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Selena Gomez and Kygo It Ain’t Me Easy Piano Notes

Use the video as a guide and play the following notes with your right hand.

Intro

C C E G E G
A F A G E G
A F A G E G
B G B C B G B

Verse 1

C C D E
D C A A F E E
D C A A F E E
E E E D D

G C C C D E
D C A A F E E
D C A A F E E
E E E D D

Pre-Chorus

E G A A G E
E E F F F E E
C D E F F F E E
E E E E D F

Chorus

B B B C F F F E E D C E D
B B B C F F F E E D C D
B B B C A C D C
C D E E E D D
C B B C F F F E E D C E D

Drop

E E C A
D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A
D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A
D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A
D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A
G E G

Verse 2

C C D E
D C A A F E E
D C A A F E E
E E E D D
C C D E
E D C A A A F E E
D C A A F E E
E E E E D F

Chorus

B B B C F F F E E D C E D
B B B C F F F E E D C D
B B B C A C D C
C D E E E D D
C B B C F F F E E D C E D

Drop

E E C A
F E E D
E E C A
F E E D
E E C A
F E E D
B B B C F F F E E D C E D
E E C A

D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A
D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A
D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A
D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A

D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A
D D C F E E
D D C F E E
F E C E F E C
E E C A

Left Hand Notes – Selena Gomez and Kygo It Ain’t Me Easy Piano Tutorial

Use the video as a guide and play the following notes with your left hand.

A C F C F C G

A C F C F C G
A C F C F C G
A C F C F C G

F C G F C G
F C G G# A F C G

A C G F A C G
F C A G F C G
A C G F A C G
F C A G F C G
A C

A C F C F C G
A C F C F C G

F C G F C G
F C G G# A F C G
F C G F C G
F C G G# A F C G

A C G F A C G
F C A G F C G
A C G F A C G
F C A G F C G

A C G F A C G
F C A G F C G

Video 2 – Selena Gomez and Kygo It Ain’t Me Slow Easy Piano Tutorial (Notes)

Here’s video 2, a slower video to make it easier for you.

 

Video 3 – How To Play It Ain’t Me by Selena Gomez and Kygo – Piano Tutorial

Here’s video 3. In this one, you play more notes at a time with your left hand.

 

I hope you enjoyed learning how to play It Ain’t Me by Selena Gomez and Kygo. Thank you for learning with me, yours truly, Mantius Cazaubon.  To take your playing to the next level, learn about the Piano For All course here. All the best to you.

Bruno Mars That’s What I Like Easy Piano Tutorial – Notes – How To Play

In this tutorial, you will learn how to play the song, That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars on piano and keyboard. The first video shows you the notes for the melody of the song as well as an easy left hand part. The second video is more challenging because you have to play more notes with the left hand, sometimes three at a time. Then in another video, we take a look at a slower version of video 1; this should make it easier for you as a beginner. As we normally do in every piano tutorial, I have included the notes of the song below in text format.

Bruno Mars That’s What I Like Easy Piano Tutorial – Notes

So here’s video 1.

 

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Bruno Mars That’s What I Like Piano Notes

Use the video above as a guide and learn to play the following notes with your right hand.

Verse 1

Ab Bb Ab F F F F Db Ab
F F F F Db Bb
F F F F Db Bb
Bb F F F F Db Bb
Db F Db Db Bb Db Eb F Db Db Bb
Db Db Db Bb F Db Db Bb Db Eb F Db Db Bb

Ab Bb Ab F F F F Db Bb
F F F F Db Bb
F F F F Db Bb
F F F F F Db Bb
Db F Db Db Bb Db Db Eb
F Db Db Bb Db Db Bb Ab
F Db Db Bb Db Db Eb Eb
F Db Db Bb Db Db Bb

Pre-Chorus

Ab F F Db Db Ab
Ab Ab Ab Ab Eb Db Db
Ab Ab F F Db
Ab Ab Ab Ab Eb Db Db
F Ab F Db Eb Db F Ab F Db F Eb
Db Bb Bb Bb C Bb Ab Ab

Chorus

Ab Gb F Eb Db Bb F
Ab Gb F Eb Db Ab Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
Ab Gb F Eb Db Bb F
Ab Gb F Eb Db Ab Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb

Verse 2

Ab Bb Ab F F F F F Ab
Eb F F F F Bb
F F F F F Ab
Eb Eb Eb Eb Eb F Db Bb F Bb
Db C Bb Bb Ab Ab Ab Ab F Bb F
Eb F Eb F Ab F Eb F Ab Bb Db Bb Ab F

F F F F Db Bb
F F F F Db Bb
F F F F F Db Bb
Db F F F F Db Bb Db Bb F
Db Bb F Db Bb F
Eb F F F F Eb Db Bb

Pre-Chorus

Ab F F Db Db Ab
Ab Ab Ab Ab Eb Db Db
Ab Ab F F Db
Ab Ab Ab Ab Eb Db Db
F Ab F Db Eb Db F Ab F Db F Eb
Db Bb Bb Bb C Bb Ab Ab

Chorus

Ab Gb F Eb Db Bb F
Ab Gb F Eb Db Ab Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
Ab Gb F Eb Db Bb F
Ab Gb F Eb Db Ab Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb

Bridge

Ab Db Eb F Gb Ab Ab
Eb F Ab Bb Eb Db F Ab Bb Eb Db
Ab Ab Ab Gb Gb Gb F F F
Eb Db Eb Db Eb Eb Gb F
Bb Bb Bb Bb C Bb Ab Ab Bb
A Bb C C Bb Db
Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb Ab Ab Bb
Ab Bb Db Bb Db

Chorus

Ab Gb F Eb Db Bb F
Ab Gb F Eb Db Ab Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
Ab Gb F Eb Db Bb F
Ab Gb F Eb Db Ab Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb
F F F F F Db Bb Eb Eb Db Bb Eb

Left Hand Notes (Bruno Mars That’ What I Like Easy Piano Tutorial)

Use the video as a guide and learn to play the following notes with your left hand.

Intro

Eb

Verse 1

Eb Ab F Bb
Eb Ab F Bb

Pre-Chorus

Eb F Ab Gb Eb F Bb Ab F

Chorus

Eb Ab F Bb
Eb Ab F Bb Ab Gb F

Verse 2

Eb Ab F Bb
Eb Ab F Bb

Pre-Chorus

Eb F Ab Gb Eb F Bb Ab F

Chorus

Eb Ab F Bb
Eb Ab F Bb Ab Gb F

Bridge

Gb Eb F Bb
Gb Eb F Ab
Gb F F Bb
Eb Bb Ab F

Chorus

Eb Ab F Bb
Eb Ab F Bb Ab F

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Video 2: Bruno Mars That’s What I Like Piano Tutorial – Chords and Notes

 

How To Play That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars On Piano – Video 3 
Here’s a slower version of the first tutorial.

 

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How To Play Old MacDonald Had A Farm – Easy Piano Tutorial For Beginners – Notes

In this very easy piano tutorial for beginners, you will learn how to play the nursery rhyme, Old MacDonald Had A Farm. You will find three video tutorials below. In the first one, you will learn how to play the melody of Old MacDonald Had A Farm with your right hand. This is a great place to start learning. You can then move on to the second video where I include the left hand part as well. Or you can check out the third video which is much slower, to make things easier for the absolute beginner. The notes of this very easy nursery rhyme are included below.

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How To Play Old MacDonald Had A Farm – Easy Piano Tutorial For Beginners

Here’s the first video. Learn how to play the melody of this song with your right hand.

 

Old Mac Donald Had A Farm Right Hand Piano Notes

Play the following notes with your right hand.

C C C G A A G
E E D D C
G C C C G A A G
E E D D C
G G C C C
G G C C C
C C C C C C
C C C C C C
C C C G A A G
E E D D C

Old MacDonald Had A Farm – Both Hands

 

Left Hand Notes (Old Mac Donald Had A Farm Very Easy Piano Tutorial)

Play the following notes with your left hand. Use video 2 or 3 as a guide and play the following notes with the left hand.

C E F E C G C
C E F E C G C
C-G C-G C-G C-G
C E F E C G C

Slow & Easy Piano Tutorial

Here’s a slow version of this tutorial.

 

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The Chainsmokers and Coldplay – Something Just Like This Easy Piano Tutorial

Welcome to another piano tutorial. In this one, you will learn how to play the song, Something Just Like This by The Chainsmokers and Coldplay. There are a few video tutorials to choose from. In the first one, you will learn how to play the melody of the song as well as a two notes at a time and three notes at a time left hand part. If you are new to the piano or you have very small hands, this one may present a challenge with the left hand part. In that case, there is another piano tutorial where the left hand part is played note by note (one at a time). I top this up with a slower piano tutorial to make it easier for you to learn the song. The notes are all listed below.

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The Chainsmokers and Coldplay Something Just Like This Piano Tutorial – How To Play

In this one, for the left hand part, you play two or three notes together.

 

Right Hand Notes (Melody) – Chainsmokers and Coldplay – Something Just Like This

Here are the notes for the melody of the song, to be played with your right hand. Use the video(s) as a guide.

B C# D C# B C# D

A D D D D D G
D D D E C# D
A D D D D G
D D D F# C# D
F# F# F# F# G
D F# E E F# F#
D D F# F# E E E E E E D D

D D F# A A A B
B B A A G F#
F# F# F# F# F# A A E
E E E E G F# F#
D F# A A A B
B B A A F#
D F# F# F# G G E
E E E G F# F#

D F# F# E E E D
D E F# D E F#
D E F# E E D
D E F# D E F#
B D F# F# E E E D
D E F# D E F#
D E F# E E D
D E F# D E F#

B D F# F# E E E D
B B C# C# C# D
D D D C# C# C# B
B B C# C# C# D
D F# F# E E E D
B B C# C# C# D
D D D C# C# C# B
B B C# C# C# D

A D D D D D G
D D D E C# D
A D D D D G
D D D F# C# D
D F# F# F# F# G
D F# E E F# F#
D F# F# E E E E E E D D

D D F# A A A B
B B A A G F#
F# F# F# F# F# A A E
E E E E G F# F#
D F# A A A B
B B A A F#
D F# F# F# G G E
E E E G F# F#

D F# F# E E E D
B B C# C# C# D
D D D C# C# C# B
B B C# C# C# D
D F# F# E E E D
B B C# C# C# D
D D D C# C# C# B
B B C# C# C# D
B D F# F# E E E D

The Chainsmokers and Coldplay Something Just Like This Easy Piano Tutorial

Here’s an easier tutorial. You play one note at a time with your left hand.

 

Left Hand – Chainsmokers and Coldplay Something Like This Piano Notes

Using the video(s) as a guide, play the following notes with your left hand.

G A B A G A B A
G A B A G A B A
G A B A G A B A
G A B A G A B A

This “G A B A G A B A” pattern keeps repeating.

You can also play the following patterns of notes with the left hand as shown in the first video on this page.

G-D A-E B-F# A-E G-D A-E B-F# A-E
G-D A-E B-F# A-E G-D A-E B-F# A-E
G-D A-E B-F# A-E G-D A-E B-F# A-E
G-D A-E B-F# A-E G-D A-E B-F# A-E

G-D-G A-E-A B-F#-B A-E-A G-D-G A-E-A B-F#-B A-E-A
G-D-G A-E-A B-F#-B A-E-A G-D-G A-E-A B-F#-B A-E-A
G-D-G A-E-A B-F#-B A-E-A G-D-G A-E-A B-F#-B A-E-A
G-D-G A-E-A B-F#-B A-E-A G-D-G A-E-A B-F#-B A-E-A

How To Play Something Just Like This by The Chainsmokers and Coldplay – Slow Easy Piano Tutorial

Here’s a slowed down version to make it easier for you.

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To take your playing to the next level, learn about the Piano For All course here. All the best.

Louis Armstrong What A Wonderful World Cover

So this morning, on the spur of the moment, I was about to go live on Facebook to do this very song, What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong. Unfortunately, I kept getting a message that my connection was too slow to go live. Since I do not like wasting time, I decided why not hit record nonetheless and upload to Youtube instead. And this is exactly what I did.

Louis Armstrong What A Wonderful World Cover

 

So here is What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong done by yours truly, Mantius Cazaubon without any planning whatsoever, in my own style. It’s not perfect but I hope you enjoy it. In the past, I wouldn’t post videos like this because I wanted everything to be perfect. But I have since given up on this need to be perfect. It kills productivity and cripples you. Music is a vibe and I just want to let this vibe flow out of me without unnecessary judgment. As musicians, we can be too hard on ourselves because we know that it can always be better.

This song was written by Bob Thiele (as “George Douglas”) and George David Weiss. What A Wonderful World was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released in 1967 as a single, which topped the pop charts in the UK.

Anyway, thanks for watching and listening to my Louis Armstrong What A Wonderful World cover. Have a wonderful one!

“I see trees of green,
red roses too.
I see them bloom,
for me and you.
And I think to myself,
what a wonderful world.”