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Learn 4 Chords – Quickly Play Hundreds of Songs! [EASY VERSION]

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What’s up my piano friends! Today we’re going to go over 4 simple chords you can use even as a beginner to play hundreds of popular songs on piano. Now, this is the simple, easy piano version. You could learn this in anywhere from one day to a week. Literally most beginner’s I’ve taught have learned this thing in about 3 days!

We’re going to simplify it by using some Music Theory Hacks – Don’t worry, you won’t have to understand exactly how they work. Just like you don’t need to understand electricity to use a light switch, you can just use these chords without understanding any of the advanced theory behind them.

So first off, I’m going to show you the exact NOTES of the chords. Next (THIS IS IMPORTANT) we’re going to go over the SYSTEM to learning them. A lot of beginner piano players don’t drill in the chords properly, and they end up frustrated and annoyed when it comes out sloppy, or when they can’t get hands together. But we’re going to eliminate that frustration by drilling it in step-by-step and using some techniques and strategies meant to solidify it into your muscle memory (like “The Four Rhythms!”)

And lastly, we’re going to talk about how to use “Money Patterns” and “Money Variations” to take this pattern to the next level – basically, these are simple variations in rhythm and timing we can easily learn withOUT changing the notes themselves. And it can give you a great way to spice up this chord progression when you use it in actual songs.

Oh, and sidenote: learning this can also help you start to develop some basic improv skills… so it’s like a 2 for 1!

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Happy practicing!

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I use this chord progression ALL the time when I compose. And guess what? So do a TON of other composers! Why?

Because it’s VERY versatile. As you’ll see in the video this one chord progression can be used to convey a number of different emotions (emotional, catchy, motivational, sad, ect). And it always just seems to have a “magical” quality to it.

Now… why do I recommend it for beginners? First off, this progression is used in a TON of songs since it’s so popular. That means by just learning ONE progression and really working it you already have a bunch of songs under your belt. So it’s a great “bang for your buck” in terms of the usefulness you get out of it for the practice time you put in.

Also, by making a few simple changes (chord variations and substitutions) you can “modify” this chord progression into a ton of similar-but-different chord progressions very easily. As you’ll see in the video, we’re going to come up with 5 other similar chord progressions VERY easily just by changing the order or slightly modifying one of the chords. But you’ll see more in the video.

Oh, and did I mention it’s also VERY easy to improvise over (even if you’re a beginner!) If you stick around to the end of the video you’ll see because of the way this progression’s set up, with a little very simple music theory we can make improvising a breeze. And then we can add a few “money notes” to spice things up even more.

Enjoy the video! If you liked this one, you’ll probably also like my video on the very simple Jazz chord progression that’s ALSO easy to improv over. Here’s the link to that video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmYHB8IBpnA&index=15&list=PLXufPPxby9p66nomvGcar6eebbwVJCC_C

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10 Easy Piano Songs for the Beginners

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I played the 10 easiest piano songs, showing the keys. Learn how to play them in this video.

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Notes: (play each line twice, playing right and left at same time)
Right F C Left, F
Right C# F Left C#
Right C D# Left G#
Right A# D# Left D#

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Counting Stars – One Republic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoMqJJdlbmA

Timber – Pitbull ft Kesha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9uzKHqOsnY

Let it Go -Frozen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5Rs9dNpJNg

F.U.N-Spongebob https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ug03t5GZwrI

In the Hall of the Mountain King https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wi3hy79E2W0

All Of Me – John Legend https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwAOQGCjNZI

Lego House-Ed Sheeran https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsAZVedBtU8

Someone Like You- Adele https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7XRgoG046I

Call Me Maybe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKbU-Vg6nDI

I Gotta Feeling http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99XklUquUIc

Twinkle Twinkle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzfaE3RAQlM

Happy Birthday http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL3fe5dzeyQ

Drunken Sailor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MN_1wfGuOck

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4 Songs That Are Perfect For Beginners (Piano Lesson)

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Can you play a song the first time you ever play the piano?

YES!

When I was teaching privately, I would always make sure the student played a song in their very first lesson.

Playing songs is why we play the piano. It’s FUN.

Many beginners don’t believe they can play songs that fast. Maybe you don’t. But you don’t have to practice technique for months to be able to have fun and play some real music.

Here are 4 songs that are perfect for beginners. For each song, I’ve included a chord chart that you can download for FREE so you can follow along and practice at home.

Most of these songs are taken from our 500 Songs in 5 Days training pack, which is an awesome way to learn popular songs super fast 🙂
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Here are the songs and timecodes:

– Song #1 – Cups (When I’m Gone) by Anna Kendrick – 0:37
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– Song #2 – Hello by Adele – 2:38
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– Song #3 – Just The Way You Are by Bruno Mars – 4:14
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– Song #4 – Someone You Loved by Lewis Capaldi – 5:29
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These 4 exercises are fantastic for anyone wanting to improve their speed, dexterity, hand independence, and control.

These are geared towards beginners, but they can be used by any level as a great way to ‘wake up’ the fingers and develop muscle memory.

Here are the four exercises and their timecodes:

1. The Five Finger Sale – 0:20

This exercise uses the five finger scale to work on control and hand independence. Start slow, and make sure that you are always in control of the notes you are playing.

To make it more difficult, you can try playing one hand smoothly (legato) and the other hand sharply (staccato). To make it even MORE difficult try it with each hand playing a different length note.

2. The Contrary Motion Scale – 3:10

This scale sounds fancy, but it’s not as hard as it sounds. Start with both thumbs on Middle C. Then play the C scale UP with your right hand and DOWN with your left.

When you’re comfortable, start experimenting with dynamics, to control the volume.

3. The Solid Claw – 4:55

This is called the claw because we make a claw shape with our hand, and use our 1, 3 and 5 fingers to play a chord. Once you can play a chord, work your way up the keyboard to play a chord on each note, and come back down again.

If this is too difficult, you can take out the middle finger for now, and just use the top and bottom notes.

4. The Broken Claw – 6:19

This is very similar to the Solid Claw, except instead of playing the notes as chords, we are going to play each one separately. This exercise can be very challenging, so make sure you take it slow.

These lessons vary in difficulty, so if you can’t do them all, that’s ok! Work on what you can do, and practice to get better. If you can do them all, that’s great! Work to get them faster, and check out some of our more advanced exercises on our channel.

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