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Michael Myers – Halloween Theme Song (Piano Version)

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Halloween Theme from the movie Halloween 1978. Composed by John Carpenter.
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Michael Myers Theme from the movie Halloween 1978. Composed by John Carpenter.
A true classic horror theme for solo piano. Last year I covered the main theme of the 2018 which is slightly different in the bass so I decided to work on the 1978 version with this Patrik Pietschmann setup 🙂 I hope you like and happy halloween!

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Beethoven Moonlight Sonata – Piano Sonata No. 14 – 2 Hours Version

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2 Hours of Classical Music for studying and concentration. The best Beethoven study music and relaxing instrumental piano song.
The Piano Sonata No. 14 in C♯ minor “Quasi una fantasia”, Op. 27, No. 2, popularly known as the Moonlight Sonata, is a piano sonata by Ludwig van Beethoven. It was completed in 1801 and dedicated in 1802 to his pupil, Countess Giulietta Guicciardi. The name “Moonlight Sonata” is given by the German music critic and poet Ludwig Rellstab five years after Beethoven’s death, for that moonlight shining effect in the first movement. Beethoven wrote the Moonlight Sonata in his early thirties.
Hope you enjoy the 1st Movement from Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata – Adagio sostenuto 2 hours.

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2 – Andante molto mosso
3 – Allegro
4 – Allegro
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Pirates of the Caribbean – He's a Pirate (Piano Version)

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Pirates of the Caribbean – He’s a Pirate (Piano Version)
Piano Version by Patrik Pietschmann

You asked for “Pirates of the Caribbean” several times, now you finally get it. The music from the POTC movies has so many wonderful themes that I could not do them justice in a medley. Instead, I decided to focus on individual tracks and present them in separate videos alternating with other soundtracks. In this video I start with the most famous track from the film series, “He’s a Pirate”. I know that there are already countless piano arrangements for this piece, so I tried to make it a bit more virtuoso and diversified. I hope you enjoy it!

By the way, I brought you back my old particle effect. Some of you have asked for it.

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Yiruma – Maybe Christmas (Orchestra Version)

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Maybe…. 이번 겨울엔 우리 다시 만날 수 있을까요?
Maybe… 봄이 오면, 우리가 다시 함께 둘러 앉아 웃을 수 있을까요?

어느 해 보다 힘든 한 해를 보낸 우리에게 이루마가 건네는 따뜻한 위로.

2001년 겨울, 23살의 풋풋한 청년이 만들었던 아련한 선율들은 어느덧 20년의 시간을 지나 많은 사람들의 삶에 배경음악이 되고 있다.

작곡가 겸 피아니스트 이루마가 데뷔 20주년을 맞이하며 앨범 발매에 앞서 매달 새로운 곡을 선보인다. 데뷔 20주년을 맞이하여 20년 동안 꾸준히 사랑받아 온 그의 곡들을 여러 형식으로 재해석하여 매달 발매할 예정이며, 그 첫 시작으로 이루마가 20년 전에 처음 발매한 곡 ‘May Be’를 오케스트라 협연 곡으로 편곡한 “Maybe Christmas”가 오늘(11일) 정오 첫선을 보인다.

2001년 12월 처음 피아노 솔로곡으로 발매되었던 Maybe가 가진 싱그럽고 영롱한 메인 멜로디를 유지하면서, 원곡이 가진 당김음 등을 덜어내고 좀 더 여유 있는 박자로 편곡하여 오케스트라의 웅장한 선율이 잘 살아날 수 있도록 구성하였고, 마스터링은 폴메카트니, 비틀즈, 한스짐머, 해리포터 OST 등을 마스터링한 영국 에비로드의 Simon Gibson 이 담당하였다.

이루마가 야심 차게 준비한 첫 오케스트라 곡이자 20주년 활동의 첫 시작을 여는 싱글앨범인 이번 Maybe Christmas는 올 한해도 잘 버텨낸 나를 위로하고, 힘든 시간 멀리서라도 함께 해준 주변 사람들을 돌아보는 연말연시의 따뜻한 배경음악이 되어 줄 것이다.

Maybe… will we be meeting again this winter?
Maybe… will we be sitting around and laugh once again when it comes to the spring?

Yiruma sends a warm message for getting through to the most challenging year ever.

The breathtakingly beautiful melodies, composed by a 23-year-old young man twenty years ago, are still remembered and stayed in people’s hearts.

As a composer and a pianist, Yiruma comes to us with each new song every month. Then, finally, the full album will be released, celebrating his debut’s 20th year. The very best pieces of Yiruma are newly arranged and will be open every month. The journey starts with a new single album, “Maybe Christmas” – recently rearranged based on his very first song, “May Be” – is out at noon today (December 11).

“Maybe Christmas” keeps its original song’s refreshing and mysterious melody. “May Be” is written initially as a solo piano piece. However, the new music has a richer sound with orchestrations, using more space rather than syncopation. The mastering is also done by Simon Gibson, who worked with Paul McCartney, The Beatles, Hans Zimmer, and many more.

“Maybe Christmas” is Yiruma’s very first tune with an orchestra and of the 20th-anniversary project. This single album gives us the message of consolations to us in these challenging times and allows us to look around and thank the people around – whether you are in the distance or not. It will keep us warm, especially at these times of the end of the year.

Maybe Christmas Credit

Produced by YIRUMA
Composed by YIRUMA
Music Director – 2FACE
Arranged & Orchestrated by YIRUMA, NILE LEE
Piano Performed by YIRUMA
A&R – Rheah Son, In Young Park @ Mind Tailor Music
Piano Recording Engineer – Yonggeun Kim @ Yireh Studio
Orchestra Performed by Korean Symphony
Orchestra Recording Engineer – Kihong Jung, Dain Choi @ Seoul Studio
Mixed by Hyunjung Ko / Mixing Assist – Kyunghwan Kim, Minwoo Ji @ koko sound studio
Mastered by Simon Gibson @ Abbey road
Illustrated by Banzisu
Designed by Studio Onsil
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Riley Clemmons – Fighting For Me (Piano Version)

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Official piano version of “Fighting For Me” by Riley Clemmons
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I need the kinda love that can outlast the night
I need the kinda love that is willing to fight

When the going gets tough
And my strengths not enough
I see You showing up like never before
This battle for my heart
You took on from the start
You are the peace when my mind’s at war
And ohhhhhhhhhhhh

You will never stop fighting for me
When I can’t fight for myself
Every word is a promise You keep
Cause You love me like nobody else
You stand up for me in the darkest night
When my faith is weak You’re still by my side
You will never stop fighting for me
You will never stop fighting for me

In the perfect timing You make all things right
You paint a silver lining in this heart of mine

Your love
Is winning me over
Your heart
Is pulling me closer

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Fairy Tail – Main Theme (Slow Version) – EASY Piano Tutorial

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Here’s how to play the Fairy Tail Main Theme (Slow Version) on piano!
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The main theme from the anime series “Fairy Tail” appears in two versions on the soundtrack (Fairy Tail Original Soundtrack Vol. 1): The regular opening theme version, and a slow orchestral version (last track on the soundtrack). The slow version is quite melancholic, and beautiful!

In the OnlinePianist app, you can also find piano tutorials for many other Anime songs (such as “Unravel” from Tokyo Ghoul, “The Hero” from One Punch Man, “Courage”, “Ignite”, “Innocence” and “Crossing Field” from Sword Art Online, “My Most Precious Treasure” from Angel Beats, “Ignite”, “Courage” and “Crossing Field” from Sword Art Online, the Pokémon Theme and “Styx Helix” from Re:Zero) and songs from other TV series and movies (from the Simpsons to Game of Thrones).
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PIANO CHORDS: The ULTIMATE Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners [EASY VERSION]

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PIANO CHORDS: The ULTIMATE Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners [EASY VERSION]

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What’s up my piano friends! Today we’re going over the ULTIMATE guide to chords for piano beginners. Now, this is the EASY version. I’m going to simplify this mofo as much as humanly possible.

First I’m going to give you some copy-and-paste formulas for quickly figuring out Major and Minor chords. I call it the BOOM method (you’ll see what I mean in the video…)

Next we’re going to go over some quick-and-easy cheat sheets to help you find and play chords faster than if you used the formula alone. These are a huge time saver. PLUS you can print these off, tape them to your mirror, and study your chords every time you brush your teeth (hows that for passive learning! 😉

Next we’re going to simplify Chord Inversions for ya. And lastly we’re going to be learning an actual song from SCRATCH (“All of Me” by John Legend if you were wondering!)

We’re going to learn the song withOUT downloading any sheet music, or even using our ear. Just basic chords. You’ll see what I mean in the video. Oh, and you can find all the info in some free online resources.

Anyway, I’m hoping to be VERY comprehensive with this video. I want this to be the LAST time you have to go looking up “how to play piano chords” on YouTube.

Oh, and by the way make sure you’re paying attention… there’s going to be a quiz at the end to test your knowledge 😉

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A simple and efficient method to construct ANY major & minor chord on the piano.

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In this piano tutorial, we look at an easy method to build major and minor chords. The idea is to count the notes in half-steps. Doing this allows us to count the notes between each note.

For example, a major chord plays the root note, skips 3 notes, plays the next note, skips 2 notes and plays the next note. So the first skip is 3 and the second skip is 2. Therefore we can call major chords “3-2” chords. This applies to ALL major chords.

To construct a minor chord we need to reverse this, so we need to play a “2-3” chord. An easy way to remember this is because the first skip of the minor chord is small, and minor & small can mean a similar thing.

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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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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:

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