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Piano Tutorials - Learn Piano Through Your Favorite Songs!

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Piano Tutorials - Learn Piano Through Your Favorite Songs!

SoundBox MusicLab, Music for everyone

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39 Lessons (2h 28m)
    • 1. Intro

      2:05
    • 2. 1. SEÑORITA - Song Preview

      1:26
    • 3. Senhorita MD refrão

      4:38
    • 4. 1.2 LH - Chorus

      6:04
    • 5. 1.3 BH - Chorus

      7:43
    • 6. 1.4 RH - Verse

      6:13
    • 7. 1.5 LH - Verse

      4:35
    • 8. 1.6 BH - Verse

      4:29
    • 9. 1.7 Play Along! Slow Tempo

      1:33
    • 10. 1.8 Play Along! Medium Tempo

      1:03
    • 11. 1.9 Play Along! Original Tempo

      1:26
    • 12. 2. MEMORIES - Song Preview

      2:33
    • 13. 2.1 RH - Chorus

      5:15
    • 14. 2.2 RH - Verse

      6:06
    • 15. 2.3 RH - Pre-Chorus

      3:36
    • 16. 2.4 RH - Ending

      2:57
    • 17. 2.5 Play Along! Slow

      2:22
    • 18. 2.6 Play Along! Medium

      1:31
    • 19. 2.7 Play Along! Original Tempo

      1:49
    • 20. 2.8 LH - Ostinato

      7:28
    • 21. 2.9 BH - Chorus

      5:56
    • 22. 2.10 BH - Verse

      2:57
    • 23. 2.11 BH - Pre-Chorus

      3:07
    • 24. 2.12 BH - Ending

      3:21
    • 25. 3. SHALLOW - Song Preview

      2:33
    • 26. 3.1 RH - Intro and Verse

      5:48
    • 27. 3.2 LH - Intro and Verse

      3:56
    • 28. 3.3 BH - Intro and Verse

      4:45
    • 29. 3.4 RH - Chorus 1

      5:02
    • 30. 3.5 RH - Chorus 2

      3:29
    • 31. 3.6 LH - Chorus

      2:45
    • 32. 3.7 BH - Chorus

      4:35
    • 33. 3.8 RH - Bridge

      3:40
    • 34. 3.9 LH - Bridge

      4:25
    • 35. 3.10 BH - Bridge

      4:14
    • 36. 3.11 Play Along! Slow

      4:34
    • 37. 3.12 Play Along! Medium

      3:56
    • 38. 3.13 Play Along! Original Tempo

      3:40
    • 39. Class project

      0:28
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Piano tutorials of your favorite songs!

I made easy arrangements of well-known songs so even beginners can play it. 

1. Señorita - Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes

2. Memories - Maroon 5

3. Shallow - Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper

I will update this class regularly so you have more and more songs to learn! 

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SoundBox MusicLab

Music for everyone

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SoundBox MusicLab is a music project founded by two music teachers: Inês and Miguel.

 

Inês Teixeira
conductor and music teacher

Inês Teixeira, from Braga, Portugal, is hailed by Ludo Claesen as a “very talented and driven conductor”. She currently collaborates with Opera Zuid (The Netherlands) and conducts the Crossed Paths of Maastricht and Female Voices of Maastricht, both based in Maastricht. As a music teacher, she founded the community music project SoundBox MusicLab.

This year Inês was awarded a grant by the GDA Foundation (Portugal) to study her last year of the master's degree in Choral Conducting at the Conservatorium Maastricht, in Ludo Claesen’s class.

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1. Intro : Hi and welcome to piano tutorials. I'm Miguel. And in this class I will teach you how to play the piano through your favorite songs at every week like this one or this'll one e or this one or this one. Did you like it? So now, A little bit about myself. I'm a professional pianist on the panel teacher. I did my masters degree performance and the muscles degree in education. And I've been teaching all levels and all ages for the past eight years. This beyond. Tutorials are for beginner level. But even if you're not a beginner, I'm sure you'll enjoy it. So give it a try and choose your favorite song from the list. 2. 1. SEÑORITA - Song Preview: 3. Senhorita MD refrão: Let's start with the chorus and we'll divide this in smaller pieces. So it's easier for you to understand. Let's go. So to start this part, you'll use the fourth finger and we start on beat, and now we'll start the second part. This is a mine record, then. Okay, let's repeat this part. Let's do it once more. This is going to be the same as the beginning. So we already notice. And now we have a change. The first part to play with a on the second part, play with G. Okay, now that we know this part, let's move on for the next part. So now we're walking around five notes. We start on B with the fourth finger again. Now we'll learn the last bit of this part. Very good. Let's defied this. And then you can make this division to practice until you feel comfortable with it. And now let's see if you recognize this. This is very similar to something we already learned, right? So let's give it a try now from the beginning. Uh, - it's okay if you can play everything yet, just practice the parts that you have more difficult is with, and you'll be fine 4. 1.2 LH - Chorus: Well, it's now learned the left hand for the chorus. Now for this part, it's easier for you to count until four. While we're playing because we're playing really slow. It would be easier to understand. So I advise you to count until four. Let's start with the fifth finger on a Okay. Well, to for one to To to. Okay. Very nice. So this is what we're going to learn. We start on a with the fifth finger. Yeah. Okay, easy. I'll play the right hand, so you'll understand. Better the left. First finger on he way. Go until a after this way. Need to change fingers on the same note so you can reach the next e. So you can practice this several times going up and down. Just hold the A And it changed between the fifth finger and the second thing. Very good. So just tried it several times. So you get comfortable with this movement. I know it's not a normal one. Yeah, that you used to do every day where it's a fun practice. Good. Now let's move on. Do it really slowly in. The play s very slowly changed the position and the hand immediately opens to eat. Yes, on. Then you need to do the same when we reach a eso third finger and it changes to fit thing. Yes. So you do the same exercise that you did previously. So let's do it one more time. Starting on e changed finger, we played E again on fourth finger G third finger. A very good. We go down against talking on e change the finger. We prepared next e with fifth finger, uh, fourth finger on G on. Finally a thing this way you already have. The third thing is ready for the next part. So it's very important that the third finger isn't a to start the next section. I'm going to play the left hand a bit faster, so you understand it. Let's go 23 Uh um Okay, so now you have all the steps on how to learn the left hand for the chorus 5. 1.3 BH - Chorus: Now let's start putting both hands together for the chorus. We'll start with the right hand alone, and then we start with the left. So the left hand on Lee Place eight. Let's focus on the right hand now. Very good. Now let's go on. You hear? This is what we need to. Now let's try to play everything that we know until now. Yeah, let's move on to the next section way. Need to practice our parallel motion very slowly. This is an exercise you can do practised, and it just speed up. Try always to be, Oh, feeling relaxed is really important. So always check your wrist if it's flexible when you're playing also for the left because it's going to be probably a bit harder. I feel that you're very flexible and do it slowly until it feels so. After you do this exercise and you feel comfortable with it. Just try to play Onley downwards because this is what we will use for this sound way. We just need to add the be that plays alone on the right hand. And after this we go on. Here's the change of left. Yeah, very good. Did you notice the change under left hand. Let's do it again. Yeah, let's go once more to change in the left once more. Notice how you can use when your right hand is not playing. You can make a change once more. No. Okay, good job. Now let's go back and try it again on See here I can change through. Fingers on the left hand can change 5 to 332 Once war changes Very good. Let's do it again. Starting on the on the left and on beat on the right hand. Let's try it once more and this is the beginning of next section. So you also need to practice this jump with the fourth finger. Keep practicing. Once you feel comfortable, you go back very good not to do it. All the sections. Let's try and play it from the beginning until and off the court. Very good. Now, once you feel ready, move on for the next lesson, which is diverse 6. 1.4 RH - Verse: Okay, guys, thank you for sticking around. Let's not start with the first. Let's start with the fourth finger on heat. Good job. Let's do it one more time. That's practice. This change of fingers second to third on the same note. So forth. Finger on me and you change finger on. See? Let's do it one more time. Very good. We go back to the beginning. Okay. You're doing very well. Let's do it one more time. All right? And after practice this change, you can also do this exercise. I just wrote down scale changing fingers. Always try to feel as comfortable as possible with this movement. And then let's go on notice how this part is the same as a wonderful played in the beginning. This time we skip one note after a escape. Be one more time. Let's do the whole thing. Now let's move on for the next section. We start on Hey, and then we start from G. Some other a. He then t d he started to positions. Then the change. You have all the next notes underneath your fingers. Very good. Start in a again. Then we make a switch position. Now comes an important step when you jump from here to the currents. So you also need to practice this. So we start on G again and we practiced the jump one more time. So this is where you want to have your full attention, this touch and it's too nuts. It's the same notes were not too high. So you need to practice this change. You're doing a great job. Keep going and practice the parts that you think that are more difficult for you. But don't make this on Leah practice thing. You're supposed to have fun. So now let's try to play from the beginning and see what it can do. You're doing a great job. Do you feel like you're ready for the left hand? Let's move on for next lesson. 7. 1.5 LH - Verse: Okay, let's go on with the left hand. And now do you see? Remember that we finished the chorus with the third finger on A That's where we're going to start. Let's start with the third finger. A Let's count into four. Because this will make this easier to learn. One to three for, uh, to 34 one to three. Uh, okay. So this first step yeah, is the same that we learned for the course. Onda again. I'll wait down. We're skipping one notes de Now we're going to practice this change of position. Use the first finger for C and also for Don't jump to wait out playing G. Now we change the finger. Huh? Uh, good job. So, like we did previously, we have five for three now. You played this before, but with different finger rings You were playing in disposition. But now we start with the third finger on a, uh way. Want to go down? So we jump to d No way. We're changing to do number four to play you with five Ju it four on a with three good job . And now we practice the change. Yeah, simply e with five G wheat for, uh then you jump with the fifth finger to more time Jump. By doing this, you immediately have your hand ready to play the chorus. Now let's play everything one more time. Yeah, One more time from D the o Jump to d Change finger Jum Be ready for the corners. Perfect. Great job. Now let's try and put both hands together. 8. 1.6 BH - Verse: Okay, guys, we're very close to reach the end. Now. We need to put both hands together for divers. So let's do it. It's the left hand on a and right hand on me. Okay? And let's start with the first part. So again, like we did in the chorus, we're going to focus more on the right hand. You were together. Okay. Good job. No. Even one exercise that you can do. Practice how to put the hands together. This is Dr Bullpens on way. Both hands. Plane wave coming down. And they both skip one note. This is very important to be conscience about, so you can learn it faster. This change of position now is very important. So you need to practice it very, very well. Change. So now let's breakfast. That change on the left hand Together? Yeah. And so now you can practice this and play along with the videos as much as you like and see how far you can go. Let's try and play the whole first. Now. Yeah. There you go. Guys. I hope you had as much fun as I did, making this tutorial for you. And I hope you can play it very soon. Have fun 9. 1.7 Play Along! Slow Tempo: So I will play the compendium int and you can play alone. This is a slow temple so you can practice. Uh, good job. Feel like this is too slow for you. Then you have two more videos where you can spit up, right? 10. 1.8 Play Along! Medium Tempo: I'll play the A competitive mint and you'll play alone. This one can play a bit Foster, so let's try it. 11. 1.9 Play Along! Original Tempo: I'll play the complainant and you play alone. This is the actual temple off the song Let's go. 12. 2. MEMORIES - Song Preview: uh 13. 2.1 RH - Chorus: Okay, guys, let's start with your right hand with the fourth finger on F Sharp and I will play all the first part so we know what We're going to work. Okay? Now that we did this, let's start again on F Sharp and just play the first part one more time. Okay? Now we moved the third finger to De Shar one more time. Okay. Good job. Okay, Now second finger on C sharp and we will play second finger first on B and second finger again on G sharp. One more time. I'll give you an exercise you can do to practice this first finger message to F sharp 222 not try to do it faster. Just going down and then at the Chiche are one more time s. So we start with the first finger, nap sharp. Good. Let's try and do everything. Now I start with the fourth finger in F sharp. Now we moved the third finger to D sharp. Now you have that passage where you start with the second finger on C sharp and use only second and first finger. Good. Now the last part you start with the first finger on F sharp. There you go. Now let's try to do everything without stopping. Perfect. Now I will show you the small difference between the ending of the first time off the chorus and the second time. And on the second time, one more time. Okay. And as soon as you notice, you can play the whole course. - Good job. Now, if you feel comfortable, let's move on to the first. 14. 2.2 RH - Verse: Okay, lets go for divers. Now we'll start with the first finger on being and place the hand like I have mine. Did you notice that we almost don't need to move our hand from this position. So now let's try again. Starting on being okay. So this change of fingers is very important. So you play with 35 to five on. We go back to three now to by you can change rhythms for this exercise to make your hand more agile. And then you keep adding notes and you'll feel more comfortable with this transition. Now, you tried this several times. The exercises will help. You looked for this transition so insistent. This kind of exercise here can start with number five on F short and then number three on D sharp. Good job for more time. Nice try everything great. Very good. One more exercise you can do to change the finger. Just hold the key and change the fingers with down releasing the key. So you're changing between two and three without releasing the key. Try to feel comfortable with this. Can do it really slowly and feel that you're relaxed. Of course you can also jump like this one more time, but it will always be easier for you if you can change the finger on the same note. Change the position of your hand. You can always try and practise without looking. Just close your eyes and see if you can do it. You can play all the notes, just trying. Change your fingers in the same and now back to diverse. Let's see if you feel and let's move on. So our second part is this. We start with the second finger on C Sharp and our next part is very similar, so you can see how similar they are the 1st 1 and the 2nd 1 Very good. Now let's try and fit this with the rest. So now we're ready to learn the last section of this part one more time. Good jump. So now that we've learned everything, let's try to play the whole verse. Great job. Now, in the next video, you have some courts that you can play along and practice this parts so you have more fun 15. 2.3 RH - Pre-Chorus: Okay. Thank you for sticking around. Now, I will start with 1/3 part and I'll play it for you. So you know what? We're going to work now. Okay? So this is a much easier part in the previous to that we already did. So we'll start like this. So you're using two notes B and D sharp. Only these two notes on. Then we got a shot. Let's try it one more time. Good. Now from the beginning, now we'll add one more section, which is the same as the beginning. And now, So this is the part that we have. It is different. And let's not try the whole section the same. We have our fourth section ready. So now you need to practice a little bit. This because it's the only time that you change the position of your hands. For the rest, everything is underneath your fingers. So there's this change practice several times, and then you make your hand ready to rest. So one last time do this and hand is ready. Let's go. Thank you. Very good. So let's move on for our fourth and last part to be able to play the right hand of memories 16. 2.4 RH - Ending: congratulations for coming so far. We're almost there for the right hand. So now let's do the last section which goes like this. Okay, so now you can see that we have some similar material that we played previously. So let's divide this again and start. We're going to use oldest notes going down from F sharp to be Oh, this would be much easier if you also sing while you're playing to. And then we go on Teoh one more time one last time and then to finish We have something that you already played in the last part. So this we already know explain one more time just for fun And it can also sing memories bring back memories and this will always help you with the rhythm. So this is it for the right hand. Congratulations for coming this far. And the next video will be the left hands, which is the same for the whole song 17. 2.5 Play Along! Slow: Now you have this play along. When I will play the courts and you can practice the right hand and we'll have three levels , we'll start slow and then you have two more videos. Where will spit up one to three more. - Okay , I hope this helps to. And as I said before, in the following videos, you have faster temples where you can practice the right hand and also the future the left hand. 18. 2.6 Play Along! Medium: So now I'll play the accompaniment and you'll play alone. This is an excellent exercise to practise your right hand and also your left hand. So let's go. 123 Yeah. 19. 2.7 Play Along! Original Tempo: so we're reaching the end. And this is another play alone. But this time it's in the temple off the song, and you can use it to practice the left hand or the right hand or both hands. It's up to you. I could just play along and see how it works. Just try it and this will help you. Let's go. Uh uh. So that's it. I hope you enjoyed it. I hope this helps you to play better to song. And I hope you had lots of fun. Thank you for watching. 20. 2.8 LH - Ostinato: welcome back. So now we give some rest of the right hand and we're going to work with the left hand. And the good news is, the left hand is the same for the whole song. So let's start. Okay, let's start working and divide this in two parts. The first part. We use disposition to play this on this so they have sharp be sharp in G sharp. And the other part change position way will play me e on then f sharp. So start disposition. You have to play them at the same time. Latest separately. You can practice together. Azzan exercise. Uh, one more time. Good job. Now the other part. It's not me with first finger. Be with a four way Go back to Waycross on play f sharp with 30. Now let's look closer into this section way have to work start sharp here. The f sharp is really important. Ah, f Sharp is going to be our reference point between e so we can hold up sharp play with the first finger and way can repeat this exercise. Eso we feel comfortable with change way only played this notes Ah, very good that it changed position. Starting on me? Yes. One more time. Ah, Now you complete. Good job. One more time. So now we have almost everything we need to play the left hand. So let's see what we can do. Starting with the first thing around, B Uh uh. Okay. Okay. So this is the last thing we need. Teoh Smith played this note. You need to prepare the next one. So when you play with the fifth finger D sharp, you need to prepare E with first finger the same is it play E. You prepare the hand for the rest. I mean, so you need to practice this, Um, only with this three notes and start E, prepare your hand and okay, time hair and good job. So now we go again. Uh, just how we're playing everything on defeat, if you come to, Um okay. So now we need to understand that we're not playing everything on the beat. So now we're changing the way we're going to count. And I have 123041234 to green For what? So here is really important that you can count and play the left hand So let's try one more time. 242 and four and what you're doing. Great. Now my last advice for the left hand is to always have the next note ready to play. So when you play be, you have f sharp. Ready, G sharp, sharp, Right. And ready. Be ready. Be ready again. If sharp ready on your back to be way, you'll always be really on time to put on And it's really comfortable for you because your hand it's used to be easier when you put both hands together and this is our next step to put everything together. So if you feel ready, move on to the next video. 21. 2.9 BH - Chorus: Congratulations for coming this far. You're doing a great job, and I hope you're loving it. So now we're going to put the hands together off the first part, and this is always going to sound. Okay, so by now, you already know how we're dividing this. So we'll start with the first section. And this is what we're going to do one more time. So this comes together and then this comes together. Good. One more time. So we were using this nose. Now in the left hand will use this notes one more time. Good. So this comes together. This comes together all the time. Yes. You're doing great now from the beginning. Well done. So let's try the next part. You already know where we divided this before? Yeah. One more time. One more to clarify. And then we finished with one more finish. Not to help you. I'll guide you how to solve the change of the left hand when playing the right hand to So we'll start like this on will stop here. Let's do it again. Let's do it one more time on where we're comfortable with this change, we're going to start here one more time. So now that we notice, we'll try to put them together like this. Uh, good. That's it. And then, Okay, so let's go from the beginning. Ah, great job. Now, we only need to practice the second ending of this part because the rest is all the same. So let's start here. Great. One more time. Perfect one last time. Good job. Now we put this together with the previous part, and we'll do it like this. Let's try it one more time and that's it. Great job. So if you want to keep going, just go to the next video. We'll put the second part together with the left hand. 22. 2.10 BH - Verse: So now that we know the first part, let's try the second part together. It's very important that you know the right hand very well. Let's go. Okay. Until here, let's try it again. Very good. And then one more time. Good. Let's move on Time and now the last one. Good. One more, one last one. Good. After you know this, you can start putting parts together like this, for example. Way. Stop here. Let's try a once more. Okay, let's move on to the next part. One more time you go try it again and very good. So if you keep adding part by part and putting the hands together slowly, you'll be able to do this more freely. My last advice is to add the lyrics, because this will help you with the rhythm of the right hand. Theo. Great job. Now let's move on to the next part 23. 2.11 BH - Pre-Chorus: So now we start the third part, hands together, and you probably will start to feel that the left hand It's not so hard because it's always the same. So you can play it. It s It's good that you're comfortable with it. And now the left hands talks alone way. Start with just this one more time. One more do it and then one more and one last time. And then the less hand changed position and starts alone again. Way. It's the same thing. We were playing the beginning, you hear? Now we're playing here one more time to finish. Lost, warm. Great. And now we need to go back to make the connection to the course. So it's like this thistles where the chorus star Well done. There you go. Now let's try the beginning of this part. That's it. You have the third part ready. I'm very proud of you. 24. 2.12 BH - Ending: Now let's go for the last part. So here. See how the left always plays first again? Yes, the left always plays first. One more time. Good. So this is a tricky part. You need to practice this one more time on. Well, last time. Now we start from here and we'll want one more time and one more. And this way, let's do it once more. Very good. So let's try from the beginning. That's it. Let's give it another try. Well done. Congratulations. Now you're ready to play the whole song, so just try to speed up and to help you with that You have some play alongs that you can use to speed up your playing. 25. 3. SHALLOW - Song Preview: - uh 26. 3.1 RH - Intro and Verse: welcome. We'll start with introduction and diverse. So first finger on G. And let's start with the introduction. Okay. Very simple. This is introduction. Let's do it one more time. Okay? Now we go for the melody, so noticed that we need to change the position. We start on the first finger on G, and now we change the first finger to A. This is the position where we're going to play the first, starting with the fifth finger on. Let's do it one more time. Yeah, well, then, now we'll add one more thing. I will say one before we start like this one. Well, then now we're changing position again. So we go back to the first finger on G. So we have first this position and now we go back to these are the notes were going to work with now. So what we have is the same as in the beginning. Exactly the same. Then we start on D and just go down the scale back to the same thing and the same again. Now let's recap the introduction and divers, Are you ready and not change position to start the first change position again. Well, then. So when you feel comfortable with this, I'm going to give you a new option that when Lady Gaga starts to sing, you can play an octave higher so you can play it here, play the introduction, and after the introduction, you go on up to fighter and so on. So it's the same thing. So you start introduction here and you can play on the same locked up. It's up to you so you can choose where you want to play it. And it's the same thing for the Bradleys part and for Lady Gaga's part, and that's it. We have the introduction and diverse with the right hand move on to the next video. 27. 3.2 LH - Intro and Verse: Let's now work on the left hand for the introduction, and divers here are the only notes that we're going to use for this part exercise. His notes get used T o. So this is what you can do to practice the left hand and get used to it. Let's go to the introduction way. Third time way go to diverse Ah, um, now it's always the same. So we learned the pattern for the left hand, and I'm going to give you some exercises so you can practice this position among the attention ghosts of the first finger that it's not on B but on C articulations downwards ports. You can even do different rhythms along this help you to get to this position so you can practice in very different ways. So look for the rhythms or articulations that you have more fun with and work with them. Now. I'll also play the right hand, so you have a clearer view off how the introduction sounds like on after this comes 1st 1 with the singing, see if you can sing. That's an excellent way. Uh, todo thing is all you need to know for the introduction and diverse for the left hand. Let's put them together on the next video 28. 3.3 BH - Intro and Verse: So let's start putting hands together for the introduction and diverse. This is where we're going to start and we start always with the left hand first. Like this. - Good . So after the introduction, we need to change position of the right hand. And this will be easy for you if you practice the hand separately. So let's start with the verse left hand first. Good. Let's do it one more time. Good not to practice this on. Only these two notes. Way, way. Okay. Back to the beginning of the first way. Have the first part of the first now to continue. We need to change the right hand position on the left hand is the same. Uh, okay. Lets it this part one more time. - Uh , okay. And here is where you can decide if you want to continue with diverse here, Uh, or if you want to play it a knocked up higher. Uh, okay. So you can choose if you want to play it here or here. It's exactly the same. We just change up tops. Might be a bit harder because the distance is longer that you need to change, but you can easily practice that and play where you want. Good. So if you're ready, let's move on to both hands of chorus. 29. 3.4 RH - Chorus 1: Okay, now we're going to start with the chorus. We finished here on the introduction and diverse, and now we're going to jump or not to have higher. It's the same note. Only one octave higher. And now we're going to start with the fourth finger on See one more time. We start with the fourth finger on. See, Let's go. Now we can practice on Lee. This starting with the third finger on B one more time. Okay, so we're back to the beginning. Fourth finger on C. Well done. So we'll play twice this. And now there's a tricky part when you need to change the position. So were the first finger on G. And we need to change the fifth finger G. So Giza reference point where we're going to change fingers and we start within the shallow part. Okay, so let's do it all. And let's start with fifth finger and then one more time. Very good. Until here. Now, for the second part, we're going to start the same way. And then So he placed the second finger on D and we go from there. Eso you need to stretch the first finger a little bit to play. Be very good job. Now let's play it one more time. All done. So I hope everything is clear to start the cords to start with the fourth thing on C and you come from disposition if you decide to play an active lower. If you decide to play it higher in the Lady Gaga's part, then you're already in the position to play the chorus. So it's up to you to make this decision. This is where we change position. Good. Now we played the same thing. Now we need to stretch a little bit first finger and there you go. You have the right hand for the chorus, so move on for the next video to understand a slightly difference on the chorus. 30. 3.5 RH - Chorus 2: welcome back by now, you probably already know the chorus, but you should also know there's the slight difference between the first in the second chorus. So here everything is the same watch not a difference. We're back to disposition that we used at the end the first chorus. So this is where we come from. This is where we changed position. If we start on a can do only this part to practice the change of position. And as soon as we arrived here, we already in the position to play the rest of the chorus that you learn previously. But also here there's a very small difference and now comes the difference. Instead of playing down again, we're going up starting on E with the third finger. The last part is the same that you already know. So if you start with the third thing on E, we're going down and then we go up. So as you can see, there are two small differences and at the end of the song, you can play these two notes to finish. So as you played the final notes, you already have the position to play like the last chord of the song. Okay, let's go through. The core is again the 2nd 1 starting with the fourth finger and see way changed the position. No, it's the same as the 1st 1 We always start on E and we go up and to finish replay, beat and e Well, then let's move on to the next video and put hands together. 31. 3.6 LH - Chorus: Now let's go for the left hand of the chorus. We finished here in the first, and now we're changing to here. It's a small change, but you need to practice so you don't get confused. So the fifth finger on D and the first finger on a let's go Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah This is all we need to learn for the left hand for the chorus and I'm going to show you the notes that you need to play We start on a way play d family played g back to a Yeah , And then you repeat again everything. So that's how it's very easy the left hand for the course. This is the only part might need to press for the fact that you what you want to because there are harder to disconnect So you start on Lee with just two fingers on And, uh, you just get used to this because after is rest is going to be Oh, So if you're ready, let's try and put the chorus both hands together 32. 3.7 BH - Chorus: case and I were ready for the chorus. Right hand starts with the fourth finger on C and the left hand. First finger on a Okay, let's try it once more. Careful with this part are repeated for you. So here hands don't always go together. Like Be careful with that. Now we move on with the chorus. This will be exactly the same thing. Thistles, Where we change position of the way. Continue with the left. Let's do this part one more time way have the same thing on to finish. Oh, let's do this final part one more time. So we play first the right. Oh, very good. Good job. Now let's try it once more. And if you sing it, it will help you to understand. Two written better thing is where we changed position. This is where we make the transition. Forget about this connection to start the bridge. Now, before we go to the bridge, we need to check the second chorus. Also with the left This'd Now comes the part where we have a small way ready to play the rest. Oh, good. So this is it for the chorus. Move on to the next video to learn how to put hands together for the ridge 33. 3.8 RH - Bridge: Welcome back. And let's start with the bridge. Second finger on F sharp. I'm going to show you which notes we're going to use. Okay, five notes with the first finger on E and 1/5 finger on beef. And we start with the second on F sharp. Uh, so I just played the left hand to try and help you understand. Where are we on the song and where the right hand changes. Okay, let's do it once more. Second finger on F sharp. Let's go. Wait. Go back again to have short good job one more time. Okay. From here, we do the following Don't worry about the left hand alerted to the next video. This is just to help you after this would jump back to the chorus. So these are the two positions that will be working with. So we have kind of an improvised bridge, and then we start with the chorus again. Now for the bridge. Let's focus, especially on the second part of the bridge, which is a bit more difficult. Okay, lets did the bridge complete. Now, if you look closely, there's one note that we never play, which is a so we never played this one s Oh, this is just a small hand to remind you that you're not playing that note. Just the other four. Let's do it one more time. Yeah, good job. And from here, you start with the chorus. I hope everything is clear. Let's move on to the left hand. 34. 3.9 LH - Bridge: Okay, let's work on the bridge. So we were playing here for the course, and now we need to change the position. But before that, there's a connection. I play the left hand of the chorus on This is the connection. So this connection will help us change our tent. So we were playing here and would change to disposition. To do this, we start with Wendy and then on A soon as you have this finger here, we have to have the rest of the hand ready to play. The the exercise you should do is to practice both positions. So we started way d change in a You may be wondering, why do you want me to play this note? And this note? The answer is simple. I don't want you to do an exercise. Ladies ready late. What's coming next. So, like this, you always have. I'm ready to play what you have to play next. So when you do this exercise, be conscious about way for the connection and the bridge will do it like this in the last part A and eat together Just this. Okay, then you can dio That's it. Let's go for the bridge again. And now we start with first finger. And now you jump back here to play the chorus. So we finish here and jump to here. So it's very important that you know this position and the next position. Okay, Very good job. I'll do it once more from the last part of the chorus and we'll go on. Things will change the position. Fourth finger. That's it. Then you jump again to stand for us. Very good job. Now let's try and put hands together in the next video. 35. 3.10 BH - Bridge: the bridge starts with the left hand here with the fifth finger on a the right hand here with the second finger on F sharp, we will play the second finger on F sharp and the fourth finger on B. This is very important. And to finish it can play these at the same time. After this, you're in the courts again. So let's start working on this this place together together again. Now we play separate. So I advise you to practice this a little bit. So now you can try to sing it while you play the left hand. Okay. And now we play the right hand to way. Change position one more time. Just jump some here, Teoh. On what time? One tip that might help you is if you overlap the fifth finger with the fourth finger you're playing with the fifth and your overlap with the force. Of course, you can just change the position, but it helps you overlap because you don't lose your reference. And not for the and do an exercise that you previously Oh, the position. Yeah. Look how I change position. Let's try it one more time from the end of the bridge to connect with one more time one last time. There you go. You have all the parts you need to know to play the song. So now you can use the play along Also to practice the whole song. Good luck. 36. 3.11 Play Along! Slow: No. And here is the player long can use to practice slowly. 1234 Good job. 37. 3.12 Play Along! Medium: we display along Well, spit up things a little bit. 123 And Okay. Uh, - okay . Do, uh 38. 3.13 Play Along! Original Tempo: original. Now we have the play along the original temple, and you can try to play the full song. Let's try it. 123 No. Okay. 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