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Play Beautiful Piano Songs in No Time! (piano crash course)

Mark Piano De Heide, Piano Lessons

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11 Lessons (1h 38m)
    • 1. Play Beautiful Piano Songs in No Time!

      2:15
    • 2. Lesson 2: Let's Start Playing Piano!

      7:07
    • 3. What else can You Learn About the Piano?

      0:30
    • 4. Lesson 3: Piano Chords Apply Here As Well!

      7:24
    • 5. Lesson 4: 4 Note Piano Chords!

      5:00
    • 6. Contribute to This Piano Class!

      0:35
    • 7. Lesson 5: Introducing The Piano Scales!

      8:35
    • 8. Lesson 6: Advancing Your Piano Skills!

      7:37
    • 9. Lesson 7: The Final Part

      7:59
    • 10. Nuvole Bianche Full Song Played!

      4:11
    • 11. Nuvole Bianche Full Lesson

      46:55
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About This Class

About me: I'm Mark, have been teaching piano on YouTube for over 10 years and have 260.000 subscribers on my YouTube channel.

I've noticed that people want to play beautiful piano songs and are intimidated by them. In this course I want to prove to you that a lot of very beautiful pieces played on piano are in essence based on some very easy principals. By understanding these principles the song will become clear to you, it will be less intimidating and easier to play. 

When you start out to play piano, you may see all of these piano keys and wonder, how am I ever going to get a proper sound out of this instrument? Whether you are playing on a grand piano, keyboard, wall piano or digital piano, even though the amount of piano keys may differ, the feeling of being overwhelmed can lead to the same thing. In this piano course I will teach you about the way piano songs are structured. We do this by looking at specific piano chords, that are commonly found in a chord progression, or by discovering new chord progressions.

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1. Play Beautiful Piano Songs in No Time!: I was playing piano with one of my best friends three days ago, and we were talking about the difficulty of songs to play first. It's how beautiful they sound. Because, of course, some songs are very, very hard to play. But they just didn't signed that Pretty, on the other hand, has a lot of songs that sound really beautiful. That, in essence or just extremely easy to in this course I'm going to teach you about that. There's a specific song out there that I want to highlight for the schools which is devoted beyond beautiful summer Ludovico Einaudi. I hope you know def. No, you have to look it up. Listen, Teoh. But that song, as beautiful as it is, is an essence. Really. Nine. This course I'm not going to teach you how to place that entire song. That's the goal. I already did a couple of very professional lessons about that has room setting like we're just gonna have a little chap on. I'm gonna teach you how this kind of stuff actually works. So is this course capture What makes it so easy to play these songs so you can actually do that yourself? you can identify them, a figure out which songs really pretty in order to illustrate that I've gotten really beyond share certificate energy. If you don't know the song yet, make sure to have a listen at it. It's really beautiful, but it's also really easy to play. That's what This cousin, this course Now, don't worry. If you already know this, that's absolutely fine. Different lessons on at the end of the course, as well as my full lesson for this song. The original lesson on that I did, which is over 50 minutes long so you can learn the entire song if you want to be. The main target of this course is why is this song is to play, and how can identify Sachin of this course is a premium course if you're not a skill share premium memory yet, make sure to, like subscribe somewhere here with my link, because that link is actually going to give you two months free access to this course on all of the other courses in scale share, including mild piano course, but also courses from other teachers. If you're already premium member, if that's cool, we can just go straight ahead on board with this 2. Lesson 2: Let's Start Playing Piano!: in case. As I said, this is going to be more of a house room setting kind of thing. I've got the white board right here with four courts on them like you did order quarters. That is absolutely fun. Would get right through this. However, this course is gonna be a little bit higher paced. If you want to step by step, Walk through, of course are and scales and chord progressions. I've got the ultimate piano course for you also on skill share. However, here we're going through a little bit quicker. So you need to know for now is that a quarter's a combination of three on. We have those three notes on the child board right here. Now, you don't need to remember the name of these courts. Just remember the notes that are in there. So the way that works is this on Is this And that is a court right there. 1234 courts. So 41st chord after a flat and see right here on the piano, OK, playing them a little bit wet so you can see deflects off a flat for the second quarter right here. D flat avenue a flood, a flat C E flat road here and e flat G and B flat. Okay. Okay. So what is really important for you to the science? We have these four quarts right here, right? Call him court 123 and four. And after After you played called four is seven We go back to beginning and play called one again. We call that a chord progression because it proved dresses through this way walk or to court 34 as they go back again So you can play that time. And that is the whole song Manaslu, Fico And nobody's really beyond you Now you may say Mark, that doesn't sound anything like it. Ah, but these are the courts. This is the structure. Okay, this is what we have to start. I will now adapt it a little bit so we can actually get the song. Okay, So since you don't believe me that this is actually the entire song, let me show you how that goes. Let's play the song as it actually goes, and I'll show you what I'm doing later. So this is the entrance way. Okay. Agree with New York after this song goes okay. Sounds familiar, right? Hopefully, if this doesn't sound familiar, it means that you haven't listened to the song yet is actually very important that you listen to the summit lease ones before which in this course was gonna make any sense. So we had this interview, Basically what we did in the in chose We played this corporate Russian twice, actually. The first time I played it, I played this single, Corp right here as it is. Okay, Luke Broadhead played at a C. So im already playing this cold that playing this court d flat a flat. However, I didn't play the d flat here. I moved it up. That doesn't matter. It's still a D flat. Major court. Okay, So whether we're playing deflate here or there, it doesn't matter. Way already. Have the 1st 2 chords down here on second now, 43rd quarter playing right here. Say, hey, more. But that's thoughts on the flat. That's where this will start a flow again. It doesn't matter where you play the e flat. It's just the inversion. So where we have a flat, see, if I normally I decided to drop the e flat all the way down here way Have the third court off new votive yon shady entry. And how? For the last one we get lucky. Look like G B flat is just in the natural, natural core progression. Now, what doesn't know if he can do? He moves to a self four chord to make it sound a little bit more interesting. But technically, that is still in this court range. Guzman number there so I can play with one hand because it's not that many nose. And then I can point you. So we go here one court three take a little bit of a vacation, but end up Okay. How we go through it again. So we've already done the core progression. Once we go through it again, you don't have to remember. There's I'm not teaching you to solve, Just showing you how to songs buildup. Okay, here we go. First quarter. Now we're going play this second quarter saying, but he uses the left hand to play D flat right here. Now we have four notes. Oh, my God. What is going on? It doesn't matter. Okay, still, deflect, deflect. Deflect Booth Right here. Oh, my God again. Four notes. It doesn't matter who the A flat quarters right here. This court. And he's simply adding enough you flat on the bottom and then we switch you flat. G b five, That's the final court. So I know that went a little quick, but I'm basically proving to you right here that this corporate Russian is being played twice in developing lunch in the first bit. And it goes on for the entire song, OK, and I'm gonna prove that to you as well. Why not? To make a point, but actually make you see how easy this on this play. Why is it easy? Because if you love these four courts right here, you can actually play this entire summer. At least remember it very easily. Yes, you will have to practice your right hand a little bit for the melody line. But it won't take that long because the left hand is gonna full of this structure from now on for the rest of the song. So I think it's time to head over to the next lesson off this course in which we're going to dissect this part right here. Because, of course, it sounds completely different than the Internet has to be different courts, right? It's gonna be a completely different, amazingly hard to play now. Of course. Well, it's gonna be very easy space off these courts as well. We keep the same core progression, and we're going to see that lesson to this course. 3. What else can You Learn About the Piano?: Okay, So before moving on to the next lesson, I need to remind you that here on skill share, I have a lot of different courses for pianos. So courses like this we're in a, like a living room setting and very structural courses. So if you want to learn more about piano, please follow me here in skill share because I'm gonna be releasing more and more courses here. And you may wanna watch all of them since your premium member now. Anyway. So follow me here on skill share, check out which other courses I have. Don't. And for now, let's move on. 4. Lesson 3: Piano Chords Apply Here As Well!: okay, So welcome to lessen. To which here, on skill shares called lesson three because the intro was called Lesson one, and the thing I called less than almost called Listen to. So now it doesn't matter right now we are a lesson, Teoh, which as of now when referring to, is less than three and I'm going to show you how to play this bit. And why is this part of these courts? OK, I'm not going to get into the right and t much in this cause because that is the melody line. If you want to learn that at the end of this course, there's a play through, as I mentioned before, off the whole song and after that has a 46 minute lesson. Apparently said 50. I'm sorry about that. It's a 46th minute lesson in which I'm teaching you the entire songs step by step. What is important to understand for now, though, is that the whole someone's buildup in these chords and we're also going to get a little bit into these scale. So it is possible that sometimes I play something a little bit different in the right hand for this bit because I always improvise myself when I play this. But in the lesson when I explaining that's Hatch actually place. So we're going to be playing these courts in the left. I'm playing FC and here it says f a flat. See? So you might think that's a different court will. Actually, if I play that court after a let's see the evidence CR in there and what we do a lot of the left hand as we just play the name of the Court City after we complain artists we could play twice or we play the name of the court. So in this case, in a fucked we put the fifth note in between, Okay, because this is called 1/5. So all these courts this thought here as this is the fifth cord Courtenay fifth coordinator , fifth coordinate Fifth. I don't want to go into too much detail. Why that it's But just to show you cushion, Maybe you may be confused about that. If we first have a look at the a flat core right here. We've got this scale. Okay, that science noise on the a flat core is placed onto that skill because We're actually playing in the key of a flat. And if we look, if we play the skill thistles, the fifth knows that I'm playing. Guess what That is the e flat. Okay, so 12345 That's what it's called the 50. So what we will be doing for this songs were actually going to play the fifth and the name of the court and sometimes even that note in between us. Well, in the left hand. OK, so now let's have a look at why playing that actually fits these courts right here. It's very easy. All this off the bottle notes right here are gonna be playing left hand. So that so with that, I forgot what I was doing. But it doesn't matter, because fastly final. Okay, so we played the bottle. Note these notes D flat, a flat and ive land. But that's not all were playing. Were playing the same note on top of that, when we call that an octave so like the same out here a swell us here. So you get this. Okay. Then we have to do something else. We're going to add the fifth in there. Okay, So I was just playing an effort and another f right here and I'm going to play this notice . Well, we will find that any middle. So we play absent. We're not going to play the a flat. The ab BC, the G respectively. Just playing Theis notes right here. OK, the bottle note on the top C f D flat a flat d flat. You flat flat at the flat B flat ive OK, so the last time we'll play this whilst the writer display thinks melody line So again we're playing According to these courts, we just leave out a couple of notes and that's something that we do very often in piano. We play five chord OK, which means we're not playing that one were actually only playing the FDC and then we add another. Okay, so let's match that up so we actually go through the song, Okay. Again. The right hand is just playing a melody line right here. It is not that interesting for now because I want to teach you the structure of the song. The structure is so easy that if you know destructor, you can easily and the melody line on top. And again I have that lesson and of this course UCA walk away through that. This is how we progress through this. All that we do it again, we play the same thing. Okay? Like that. On the only thing that actually changes is the right hand. The left hander still playing the same. So right now, what we've done on this all so far is we've gone through this corporate Russian four times already. Four times. Now, guess what's gonna happen next. We're going to do the same. Okay, But the left hand, it's not gonna play in blocks. We're gonna play up and like that. So you get this. Okay? So again, we blade through this core progression two times. But when no playing the full courts were playing the five courts. OK, OK, so that's the second bid bone. That's things bit and again, I'm not teaching in this song would take a different approach to that. I just want to show that these courts are still in here. Let's go to the next lesson, which is gonna be less the number four here on skill share, and I'm going to show you the next bit of this song and how it also fits this right here. Let's do that right now. On addition to that, I'm also going to talk to you a little bit about the skill where this song was written in on how that comes into play. 5. Lesson 4: 4 Note Piano Chords!: So the next part of the song, the left hand is doing something different, as we did before we used to play here on. Then I would do something different. So must be different courts, right? No. Was still playing these courts right here. What I was playing Is this without a pedal? Of course. And we're gonna see this a lot in this song. This is what he doesn't love. Let's change this up a little bit so you can actually see what I'm playing. Wow, it's completely anti. So there's actually a lot of chalk on my piano. Very noise. Anyway, we were playing these courts FCF Defla Day for defense. May funny with a flat on the floor b flat e flat on. I extrapolated that from the regular courts, which I had on hand. But now I'm gonna show you what I was actually playing. So I was playing f I see s as I don't play d flat a flat. My goal. How big? A flat A D flat. Then I played a flat e flat a flat. My handwriting is We're really terrible. I'm sorry about that. E flat B flat. If like marking Okay, So this is what we were doing before playing here, right? Etcetera. OK, actually. F defile a flat D flat, a flat e flat, a flat e flat, B, flat evil. Now all we're doing is we're missing a note, remember? Missed the A flat. So we're gonna talk a flat from the D flat. A flat. We miss the F because the deflect core sounds like this hasn't ever We don't have that. So I'm gonna have that talk. Same with the A flat. We missed the sea. So I'm gonna add that on top as an e flat e flat e flat women's. Jeez. Adding that now, all of a sudden we got some very large courts, but it's still the same core Kate at a flat C D flat, a flat, a flat C e flat on the floor, g b flat, still the same chords just in a different inverse. So let's talk a little bit about the inversion of what that means. If we have a look at the first court at a flat, see weaken places on what we call root position. Was it a reposition? Because the name of the court is on the bottom. Okay. And the name of the court? A flat C. Because of his three notes, I can remove the F and added on the top, and I will get my first inversion, and then I can remove the A flat at that on top. And I have the second inversion and ever do that again are removed The bottom notes. I end up on the same according Okay, So three different versions a flat c a flat C f see as a flatter Never do it again after a flats. Okay, this is kind of an inversion with a note at it. Okay, We're playing C f a flat, see a flood, but doesn't ever fall of eso We play FC, have a float on. We do that here. A swell would play a flat deflect after what we play a deflated from okay, e flat A flood. See is the correct inversion. We plan a flat in front of it at the flat B flat a flat G B flat. If Aggies the corrected version way playing if letter. Okay, If that goes too quick again, I have the old sweet piano course here on skill share. Check out inversions. You will find that both for now. The left hand is playing that Unless you can see I'm crossing over with my hands. Okay, Some places in a regular way. Way crossing over. I don't have to cross because I use Pinky Middle finger point Fun. That's like Teoh like that. You don't have to remember this stuff if you want to do that, Which the The actual lesson for the soul. But what I want to see is that was still playing the same course. The notes is still to say, Wait this way. Okay, let's have a look at that. In the next lesson I want I want actually take that to the next. 6. Contribute to This Piano Class!: Okay, So before heading on to the next lesson, let me quickly remind you to leave a review for this course. If you liked it, it takes 10 or 15 seconds, maybe 20 tops, and it really helps me out. So if this course is helpful to you and you want other people to know that or if you just want to support me by letting other people know that you like this court, please give it a positive review. It takes such a little bit of effort on your side, and it's so helpful to me, other people that want to learn to play the piano. I would be forever grateful. So thank you so much for that. For now, let's saddle with the next lesson. 7. Lesson 5: Introducing The Piano Scales!: so welcome to see the next wave. What are we doing there? Because that seems like a whole bunch of notes is so hard to play. Right? We kind of adapter the core progression a little bit because right here for right, that's okay. Doesn't really matter. We're going into writing a little bit, but left is actually playing this. Wow. So what we're doing is we're playing this. Okay? Flood, flood, the flood, a flood deflect. So it's this core right here that we're playing ways. Simply repeat this bit again. Way default, a default, a flood defence. So it's this corner plane away until there is a little a little cool singing. Okay, so So what is the right hand playing it? Because you may be thinking. Yeah, but these courts are quite helpful. But what is the right hand do? Well, we're playing you plot dif Let's see. D flat E flat. C three fled A for a flat. So how are these courts helpful to remembering something like this? Well, to be honest, not very accepted this on a flood quarter there. Okay, this place is okay. We'll play a flat court on that. We move to the flat court and go back again to the D flat court. OK, but what is interesting to notice is that allow these notes seem to be the same. If we have a look at these notes right here, we can write them down and we will get a total. And we will get a total hopefully seven notice. I want to start the a flat because I already kind of know which key business. One sort of a flat from somebody gonna start here. Write that down a flat on that. I want to see if the next note will be a be right. You get a B C d e f g. So whenever there's a beast scan this beat, there's a B flat. Okay, that's a B flat. Now do the same. I want to find a C. See, Right that what I would say? A. C Well, I don't know if it's a C sharp or a C flat or regular. See, So I want to scan my course to see what kind of c I need. Now I'm looking for a d is gonna be the sharp D flat or regular deep. There's a d write here, Write that down and it's a D flat. Okay, E, what kind of e do we have? Ive flat. So right down the flat F what kind of we have a regular f and now I need a G. There's a G, right? That and look at that. We've got seven notes. We go them from the courts. OK, so now let's play this right here. Wow, we got ourselves a key. Okay? This means that whatever we're gonna play in the melody line has to conform to these notes , so we can never play a regular D that would sign out of key or regular e okay. Or 1/2 shop. We just cannot do that. Okay, We have to play now. It's like this. So go here. No watch if a D flat, C d flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat, a flat. OK, alot of the notes that are in here are being played, and none of the other ones okay, that is very important on the sand. So, Howard, he scores helpful to you. We don't just have the core progression that keeps on going and going and going, which means that if you would want to make this song a little bit less complicated, you could just play. Let's say the course right here for the entire song except for this little in between bed. Because, of course, Ludovico Einaudi had to do something to make this course a little bit more interesting. But we can use these cords to play on and on and on and on. But we can also use these courts whilst once we know the courts to figure out the scale. Okay? And if one day you listen to so many don't know the courts, you could actually start with the skill and then work your way back to find the courts. So that's all very helpful again. Ultimate piano course. You're gonna find all of this stuff, and I just wanted to point it out. So we're in this bit right here. What we're doing is we're boring some time for the half court. So sometimes composers do that. We're not playing that f minus court right here. We're playing the D flat court twice as long to get back to deflate again. Okay, because normally we would start here, so Okay, get the idea, so we would normally start here. But it doesn't sound. Of course. Concessional. Harry wrote it so we don't play this all for now. We play this one twice and it goes like this D flat d flats on now, a flat court. Our corner. Okay, Any kind of a deficit? A little bit in the left hand so flat on this is how we played the e flat court. So what we do, right? Here's we played two G's on a single leave flat said It sounds a little bit different, but that's basically what we're doing again. This is still the core progression, but it's heavily adapted because we lose this half mine. According will play this twice once once. And this was also a little bit of so just the left hand. If I can do that because it's it's hard because I'm so hard work playing this together. Okay, Okay. So again. Okay, that would do that again. Okay, so let me dio way third time, But now he's playing the Z flat court and immediately skipping the flat moving t flat. Okay. See what we did there? We've got that core progression. First time we take out the F minor court. Played this twice once once, second time. We need to say cover this twice. Once. Once, third time we do this again. We played this twice, but now we skip visits. Well, we played this twice, so just playing the courts, it will sound like this. Wait and see the next way that in the next less. 8. Lesson 6: Advancing Your Piano Skills!: cool. So happy that you are here. So the previous lesson, man, we had quite a lot of stuff going on. I put in some scales and I showed you that we broke this core progression. Okay? We didn't commit to the core progression anymore. And maybe that may have confused you little. So let me clarify what we did up until here while we sorted, I saw we followed this core progression to the letter. We did it every single time. We went from F minor to D flat a flat on e flat. Then which is this little intermezzo? Okay. And what we did is we Basically we skipped out this core who didn't play that all one at the end, we decided to leave that one of us will. And now we're back to usual business. We're playing this on. The good thing is that I put this child board like this because this is what we're going to be playing for the left hand until the exact middle of the salt. Okay. The droid hand is gonna improvise a live it on. It's so cool. We're gonna have this bit right here. I'm gonna put both these bits in this lesson first, but it's still a little bit tricky. Second bit, The right hand plays the same exact thing the entire time. If you believe that. And it sounds so beautiful. Maybe if you want to learn to play this song fans the bit issued start on because it's so beautiful. Now, if you're place that sold me having trouble with actually going up there to the fourth note to where you could just leave that out Kate speaking like this where you can just stay here . Okay, so right now, um, So right now we've got this Wait right here. But if that a flat would be too hard for you because you now on the stand courts, you know that you could also sell FCF sounds always the same. The difference is OK, so I was playing this court next and again. I'm not trying to teach you the song here. I'm just trying to prove to you that the entire song is based off of these four courts with a little bit of improvisation in this scale Here on the right. OK, what we play is, uh, okay, that's all we're playing in the right hand so way. Stay into this area B flat C B flat a flat again. Wade just won't back up. So three times. That's relatively easy to play guys. Now we sort of b flat again. I would just play a flood beef. Let's see, it's three fingers were playing here in the right hand that it's really easy to play. Yes, you may not get anyone go, but eventually you will get this. OK, it's very easy left hand. A little bit of a different story because we have to swing over. But again, if that is too hard for you, you could stay here. You can even play blocks and I will sign Really nice as well. Okay. Okay. So by knowing the courts, you can decide what is appropriate for your level of play. Maybe you don't want to play. You don't want to play this whole thing because it's too hard for you. Maybe you want to take it one step down. Maybe that's so hard for you. Just want o play blocks. OK, so right hand after that. This is a cool. But I was talking about So you're gonna play a flat B flat a flat. Okay. And move up to the far right here. And they play a floppy footsie before a foot again. So this is where you start. You only play this once. A flabby. For they fled. We start off that a flat. Do you fly a flat B flat, C B flat, a flat? A People doing that. Okay, that's interesting. We're playing here. And the only reason that sounds schools, because courts change. So to play it in the blocks. How beautiful Those that signed way have to do is play a block. Your left hand. I just moved the whole block. Okay, The grip is the same the entire time. It's right in the grip. Doesn't even change. You could just Let's really move your hand around. Play that. Okay, That's how easy it ISS and the world have plays the same thing. Intro. So So announce it and then sold only flat. Or if you want double blocks way, or maybe go to way. Okay. Play a whole bunch of notes if you want. Keep him on this beautiful science eyes all being displayed is okay. Profoundly built all these four easy cords that we've been talking about along. I want to jump into the next bit and we're gonna do that in the next lesson on you will see that the course just going to continue, so let's get in there. 9. Lesson 7: The Final Part: Okay, so we were playing this for quite a bit on when we finish up, Actually, in the song, I think it repeats it twice. And then when we finish up way Okay, so left hand is still playing that same things. If you actually managed to love this or if you've chosen 40 easier version just doing that , you can simply follow along as this biggest Well, because you've already okay, So from this bit one way, what's the left hand? It's not gonna change. - Still going. This'll still play that again and we keep on playing these courts in the left hand doesn't change from the way Asuni should Over that, the left hand starts playing this and it doesn't stop until the animals. So that's how knew Foley beyond she is buildup in years. At the end, we get the little ending. So after this bit, we would start again on that. We basically have the same walk through. And then we get the end where I think the whole mistaking, you're moving back and forth between this court, that court. But all that's happening. But Antara songs build up from seven notes, only seven notes and four quarts. That's the entire song Your room are River Flows in You is also built up in foreign courts , like the the other song by by Ludovico Einaudi. That's quite popular, Matina. That one has also build up by four chords, even three. I believe if I remember correctly. So I mean learning courts and learning maybe a scale. It's so important because this song was so intimidating to me is so hard to play And now I'm just making this lesson like that. I didn't really prepare this list, and I can just make it like this because I have these four quarts. That's all I need. That's all I need. If you want to learn more about this kind of stuff, you can check the ultimate piano course but also releasing different courses in this set. Okay, so what? I'm actually doing something on the child board right here and teaching you something. One of the courses that have got coming up is a Playboy heir course. I was actually sitting at the station. What is today Monday, Saturday, two days ago was at the station. We're playing some songs on. We got bored because of the songs that were always played, and we asked random strangers to tell us a song like Hey, dude, what's up? What kind of song do you do? You want us to play? And we wanted them to name a song that we've never played before on one of them are Game of Thrones. I didn't make a lesson for that six years ago, but I completely forgot. So we tried that on one of them. Name is Song from a theme park in the Netherlands that we tried that on. We did, I don't know, like we did some other crazy stuff turning tables I had. I had played that once in my life, but it was a really long time ago. We played a different version, but basically doesn't matter on way didn't use any courts. We didn't use the phone to look up the song. We played it from our head, so we were maybe ask them to, like Hummed a song for a little bit. So I am. That's all I remember, and then we just started them playing and within 3 to 5 minutes we usually had this song. How do you do that? I want to make a causal that on that will be here on skill shows. Probably by the time you're watching visit will be up. That's up. Courses like these skills and this kind of stuff and the courts. I want to make a very basic course about that. I want to make a course about improvisation. There's gonna be a lot of things how to play any song you want in 10 minutes. That kind, of course, is I've got a video on YouTube. I had to play 200 songs and in just 10 minutes per song, I'm gonna revamp that I make a course like Thistle that as well. And yeah, it's just gonna be a lot, of course, is if you enjoyed this course, if you find it helpful or funny year and if you learn something, then maybe check out. The titles of the other courses have got here in skill share, and if there's something particular that you want alone, I hope I did the cores on that. The biggest and most extends, of course, is the ultimate piano course. It's over seven or eight hours long, and there's a lot of content in there and It's sort of very easily Is this more of a house room style? I kind of like this, you know, like just me and you chatting a little bit about the piano on and I'm gonna do more of these is just is just fun. But if you want something very structural, the approach will be completely different that she will see its way Lesson Prompters wing were structures. If you're German or Dutch like me, then you may like that. Um, that's the ultimate piano course. So check out any of my other courses here. If you enjoy this, please let me know Here on skill show you can leave a review. Takes about 10 seconds, maybe 15 and it really helps me out. Okay, If this course helped, you have please help me to help other people a swell To understand this kind of basic stuff , it has been a lot of fun. It has been my pleasure to teach you why never really beyond is that easy to learn. And now I want to show you the full play through off, never to be unsure. That's coming up now, right now. And after that I'm go to structurally teach you. This entire song right here was skill show. You cannot find that on YouTube. Wherever I'm teaching you that here only on YouTube on YouTube. I have a shorter version of this lesson, but this one is the full lesson. And you can only find that Aaron skill share if you're a paid member at my website, so be lucky that I included that for you as a free bonus to this course and enjoy it. Man, this is such a nice song to play. I think you're gonna love it. So up next, the play through offer that d full lesson for this song where I'm gonna take you step by step. Also, by using the courts on That's gonna be awesome. Check that. 10. Nuvole Bianche Full Song Played!: - uh 11. Nuvole Bianche Full Lesson: Hi, guys. I'm very excited today because it is Ludovico Einaudi time. I'm going to teach you the entire song off. New volley beyond shit. Right here, Right now. Did the original composition the entire thing right now. So before we're going to start playing, I wanna explain something to you. Above the piano, you can see the courts. We've got F minor D flat, a flat and e flat. And if you don't know what that means, that's absolutely fine. I'm gonna teach you all of the news. You have to play anyway. But I want you to know this before we're going to get started, because this song is a little complicated as love stuff going on. Right? But actually, all the comes anti. Are these four courts right here? You're going to solve this one. Then play that one the third and the fourth, and you're going to keep on rotating. And if you keep on playing these four quarts after each other, you get the entire song case. If that is the structure of the song que no. If you play flat B flat, C d flat, e flat, half on G, then we go basically all of the notes in this song. Okay, so these all of the notes we're going to be playing, you know, the structure which are the four courts every morning D flat a flat on the flat on that's all we're going to be playing. So let me quickly show you what these courts are. F minor is after a flood, aunt see? So these are gonna belong together. Then a D flat is D Flat Avenue a flat said these are gonna belong together. A flood is a flood ce flood on for e flat. We're gonna play e flat G m b flat case. I could already play this song, but just playing this, playing these courts, OK? It kind of feel the never really beyond she already right there. So it's important Fusion center that's going to keep a rotating now, of course, in the left hand and in the right, and we're gonna have different patterns the entire time. But that is the main structure. OK, left is going to be playing here, there, there, and there are lots of rules. They're gonna be playing even further up, but I'm gonna explain over that later. But for now, all you need to understand is we're going to keep on playing the same chords the entire time. So let's play the first part. Here we go. Okay. So laughed is gonna play, Haven't a flat together, and then you're gonna which is part of the F one accord right here than D fled of a flat, which is a straight deflect court D flat, a flat, which is part of the A flat court. And then just a leaflet. Okay. The Reut hands will play C d flat on, then see again on B flat. And I flew together on the G. Okay, if you combine that we play this, they play along with me, G. Okay, So basically, we're playing. These courts have minor de flats a flat, and then this one Okay, this one is a little different. It's in the if lets us for but from here from here or dropping into the flat. That case already it assorted were starting to repeat these courts. So that's the first time here. Now we're gonna do it again, play the same. But right now the right hand is gonna play. CND flats is going to sound a little higher and then B flat and e flat. Okay, so the first time around right here, I'm going a little bit too quick. But otherwise it takes so long. Second time runs, I move up right here, playing four notes and four nights. Okay, I hope you go that if not, rewind because this is a really long song, and I cannot take too much time for each part, okay? Or was the lesson will be three hours. So now we're going to get into the next part three. Okay, so, again, the left hand is really easy. And that's why I wanna pay. Keep on paying attention to that. We're just playing these courts. So fcf right now for a minor d flood a flood d flat, a flat e flat, a flat Andi flat B flat, e flat K, And learn that off by heart because we're gonna be using this so much. Okay. FCF de flood a flood D flat, a flat, e flat, a flat, B flat, e flat. If the right hand is going to do something cool, you play Avenue B flat together and then on a flat for three times you play Evan B flat again? A flat for three times. You're gonna do that four times in total. Okay, so 12 free for okay, But the lesson is going to move. So left hand sorts right here, play them together and you're gonna play the right. And for two times, one to not the left hand is gonna move. And you play three and 43 Okay. So, like that, neither left and is moving, Of course. A flood. The flood a flat. The Reuters is playing e flat and deflate together. And then a C for three times come back to you Fled in D flat. And I see for two times on an e flat case a Reuters like that. Okay, once more. Come on. That with left like that. Okay, now left is gonna change again to be flat b flat, e flat as the right hand is gonna play. See, B flat, B flat, e flat and thank D flat, C B flat, e flat, K c like that. And I'll a suit slowly like that. Okay, so the left hand is just playing everything. Once here, there, there and there. The right hand is doing all the work. That's Jude very slowly before moving on to the next part. And by the way, I've done a slow play through these songs of the first half. The second half is basically the same, with a little variation on a slow play through the first half. So if you want to see that it Cindy description exam be lowered will play through Del entire bit very slowly. Seek and follow that if you want. Okay, I've also done a cover, but I went a little bit liberal right there. I took a little bit off, you know, improvisation there, but basically, it's it's nearly exactly the same like 95. You can also find that any description. But for now, let's move on with the rest. We're gonna basically do the same a little bit different. Any right hand. Okay, So Okay, so only the right hands changing left to still have CF Holiday Villa D flat. A Freddie flood, a flood e flat B flat. Okay, a Roy is not going to release that F. So you're just playing a B flat on a flat for three times and do that again. Thank you. dropping to g f f of G F f. Okay, so okay, match it up with left like that. Okay, then. This third part is different, and the fourth board is exactly the same. So we did before. Said 1/3 Portis e flat right here. I'm gonna see for three times as on the D flat, C c e flat. Okay, so basically, what's happening instead of playing instead of playing this together right here, you remove that d flat. And instead of playing them together again, you removed the e flat. Okay, so if at C c c d flat seat C E flat and then the same C B flat B flat, E flat, D flat, C B flat, e flat. Okay, so let's do that slowly. The last two like that. Okay. As the whole thing. Slowly. Okay, Now we're going to get into the cool bit. Left hand is gonna be spiced up a little bit. Okay? So you may have already noticed a little change in the left hand notes were playing are the same, but we're putting a little pattern in there. So six is the number 123456 That's the pattern. So we played the lowest note. We go to the middle one top, middle top, middle on. Then we started the lowest one again on do the same. Okay, so is that we move to the next one and we do the same next one and the next Now is the right hand is going to say a little bit of the same in the beginning. You do that B flat on a flat for three times, and you do that for four times in total. Remember, the last time is also these same a case on this court right here because it's C B, flat B flat, E flat, D C B flat E flats. And nothing changes there as well. It's again the 3rd 1 Okay, the 3rd 1 is like this a d flat, Anthony Flouncy together Si si d flat e flat and see together C e flat pates. Let me put in the left hand. I'll just played once so you can focus on this. So like this. Okay, Now let's put in the parent and do that slowly for you. So here we go. Okay. So that's how the third party girls with the rest is all pretty straightforward. So let me so right here. By showing you how this works, I assume I noticed the A flood is being played together with these. See, all the times. So we saw it here together on the F. And then it's together, left together, left together. Okay. And that's for all of these things. In the right hand, it's gonna be together together, left together, left together at six. Notes. Rumor six 123456 Okay, so it's gonna be together on the first. The second, the fourth and the sixth on the third and the fifth are gonna be just the left hand, So hear, hear. Left, left. Okay, pay attention. Together, together, left together, Left together as it slowly and all make sense to you that now, let's move on with the next port. Nearly exactly the same. A little changes. Okay, so let me give you the changes. Of course, it only happens in the second and the third part. Okay. So enduring. T flood a flood D flat on a floating for the flood. Okay, so the 1st 1 obviously you switched to G and f Okay, that's very straightforward. So theater port if what C c c as an e flat on deflate together C c e flat. Okay. And then the final one is the same. Let's see this port slowly. And then when we've onto something which is even, like, that's where it starts, Okay? That's what a song sort. Okay, so now let's move on to the next port. Okay? Let's take it up until there. And this is why these courts are so important if you know your courts. But you only have to know these four quarts. All of the rest of the song is going to be so easy. Otherwise you're continuously gonna be looking. Which name to have to play? Understand? Okay, so here we're gonna go dive a little bit deeper. These courts f minor on D flat are playing right now consists of three notes Each miner is after a flood. Aunt see? Okay, but that can also be a flat CF or CF A flats. That doesn't matter. Okay, So thistles also have minor minor, minor minor. Okay, if you want to take Duthie extreme this'll technically also be f minor. Okay, settle the left hand is doing is playing notes from the F minor court. Have c have a flat FC for deflate is the same. Deflate af on a flat are the notes of the court. So we're skipping that f d flat a flat deflate f developed a flood. Okay, Now, here's how to play them with your fingers. So we're gonna play FCF a flat FC as an D flat. A flat deflate have d flat, a flat, two different techniques for the bottom one because we're playing onward notes. Well, what I do, OK, if you want to do something else, that's fine. But I like this pinky middle finger thumb and I pivot over okay to play that a flat. And I go back like that for this one. I like to play it with one hand. Okay, so I'm not gonna pivot over. I'm gonna play Binky Middle Finger point, a finger thumb on. Go back. Okay, so, like this, you can practice that a little bit if you want. Okay. Anyway, these notes are very straightforward. We're going to use them again later. A swell have cf a flat on d flood a flood deflate the right hand is gonna play a flat e flat B flat, C B flat, a flat. So you get this. OK, they do that second bit again. E flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat. So it's a fled the, uh can. And the nice thing is that we don't have to play these notes at the same time we're gonna do is play a flat together with the first half, and that is going to be one of the time. So pay attention here. Okay, so now it's going to be a roids. Okay. Is that so? Like that? OK, so now let's have a look at the the next part, and then I'll do them slowly after that because we have to connect these two ports because we only played two courts. I want to play the other to swell. So let's continue on first, and then we'll connect them. Okay, So for left is the same deal a flat B flat, a flat. Now, up to see back to pay for the flatlands on beef like beef like G E flat B flat. Okay. The right hand displaying a flood and see together e flat and then fled on B flat eyes on the same little thing. You flat B flat, C B flat, a flood. Okay, so I think you're gonna play a A flat and B flat together e flat e flat, B flat C. Okay, so if you can born, that's right here. The final note e flat on si or together on. Then you play thoughts. Okay. Thank together right here. Like that. Okay, so how does it work together? Right here on a flood and see left, left together, left, left. And then together on a flat on B flat. Get the right here and then that again. Okay, so once more slowly and that will connect him with the previous part. Okay, Now, let's go over it slowly and connected with the previous part. Remember, we sorted here. Okay, So let's without and our continuing on to the next part. Okay, So left has changed again. Basically like this. Play the whole thing. Fcf Defla Day for D flat. A funny for they flat and people of people of the flat. But now you're gonna play together, and then just the top two for two times. So you get this I can't hear on here. Okay. So easy. Right? And we're gonna play beef. Let a flat e flat, Okay. And then the same thing e flat, B flat, C b flat, a flat. Okay. With enduring this deeper, they for default. There's nothing going on the right hand. So you play B flat, C B flat, a flat at the end, So we get rid of that e flat. So right will be this. Like that. Okay. If we put in left, it's gonna be together, right? Right. And then left for two times. Okay. So, like, that's okay, then. Then he plays Ciba right before it. You're gonna hit the b flat like that may seem a little bit tricky. It's actually know that hard. You do this? Why, then, where you can slide off it like that if you want. I wouldn't do that because she risked running to be, But just give it a couple of days, and you will get that Okay, Like that. And then it's B flat, C b flat, a flat, as on a regular B flat. Again like that. Okay, So, thistles from the previous one right there and then we finish up with an e flat. Okay, But we can also do that on the next part. So the right hand for the whole things is on them Will continue on. Okay, so let's combine with left on, do it slowly, and then we'll move on and we get this cool thing, that little thing right there. Okay. Said, for now, let's combine it together right here. I'm looking t on right there. So let's do that part right now. Okay? So very coup poured. The left hand is going to run down that d flat our court. So that's why I need unities courts d flat, a flat, deflowered, half a flat d flat half right there. Okay, Finger placement, pinky, middle finger pointer. Some middle pointer. Okay, not that big of a deal. A flat on a flat together, an octave e flat, a flat, a flat, and then a g active e flat, G G. Okay, so I left is like that as do that slowly and played with me like that. The right hand is gonna play an F road here, and then Eva deflates C d flat on e flood again like that. Okay, o K c B flat a flat, a flat. So waken born that's wait away here? Yes. You have the flood like that. Okay, So a case of like this let's do one more time Very slowly and they'll move on. Okay. Okay. Now let's move on to the next port. The left hand changes a little bit. You don't play that after Ugo a Sapporo there d flat and sandal is the same, but just sup right there. Okay. Said it's not a second g. So that's it, right Is going to be a little bit the same. So you flat d flat C d flat e flat is the same. See? And I see d flat see? Flat B flat, a flat. Okay. Like thousands. Let's do that like that. Okay, So what we do is we play this together. So here, together, left, left, broad left roids. And then together sorting here together, together on just right like that. OK, and now let's move on to the next port. That little bit so left D flat. A flat deflate have on e flat, e flat, e flat, G all the way up until e flat. Okay. Like that right and place a flat B flat, a flat G, a flabby flood. The same. It's already before. We do know right there. Okay, so a flat together like that Let me do this whole bit slowly. Four year. Think you're gonna like that. Okay, so we're gonna sword here a que and Alice move onto the next port. One of my favorite bits of this song. Okay, so again, these courts come in handy if you know them. FCF a flat D flood, a flood de flood of a flood, a flood, a flood C and E flat B flat, E flat G. We've done this before, but now the pattern is like this Up and down. Up until there and again. Okay. The right handle. Play B flat, C B flat a flat before we begin on right here. So we're gonna begin, Okay. Like that. So, B flat, C B flat, a flat, f And then again, beef. Let's see, B flat, a flat f and then you just run up. Is that okay? On a 90 the same B flat, C b flat, a flat, and then it see a flat B flat, C B, flat a flat. See a flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat, ending up on a B flat right there. Okay, So the whole thing for right. Okay. This son knows no easy thing here. You're just gonna have to remember that. But it will get stuck in your hand pretty quickly if you do correctly. So let me do all my time slowly things before we begin. Now we begin. Okay, this is basically what would you Okay, So Okay, now, what you're gonna do is you're gonna match left and right. Exactly. So when have you play a note? In the right hand is gonna be together with laughter. Ok, okay. So this is just a bit of an annoying part. I know you're gonna have to re which that a couple of times, maybe once you have it in your right hand, it will say in there forever. So not a cool thing we're gonna continue on. So I left. Time is saying the same, right? And is gonna play the same pattern he sought on a flat B flat. A flat. Okay, because we ended up here. That's how you gonna sort and then Okay, that's all. You're gonna play e flat a flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat. That six notes. Okay, 123456 And you going to keep on repeating them for eight times? That's eight times. Okay, so, uh, etcetera for all of them. OK, so I guess that makes sense. So on the way back from here on the last three nights, G e flat and B flat, you're gonna play a flat B flat, a flat on the right. OK, so like that. Okay, now we're gonna continue on. Okay, So now we're gonna continue on with the next bit. Things were gonna be playing. Okay, so right here. So the things we're playing is thes nights right here. Follow boys. See by a D flat as that right here by an E flat and on e flat. Okay, so the pattern is gonna be the same. It's 12 notes. Okay. It's gonna be from the little set of three. It's gonna be the top middle bottom top, middle bottom by and then bottom Middle top, middle bottom, gay. 123456789 10 11 12. And there's gonna be for all of them. Okay. Said top, middle bottom, top, middle bottom, High bottom, middle top, Middle bottom. Slowly, I think exactly the same. But now we move to D flat for the 2nd 1 Gonna do exactly the same. But we switch notes, so C b flat a flat. The pattern is still the same. Okay. And like that. Okay, now we're gonna do this twice. Okay? So you just play the same thing twice, and that will continue on. So they left hand still the same. Okay, right. Hands playing high. A flat low, a flat C g lo a flat. See? So okay. Azan F a flat D flat, e flat, a flood D flat. So Okay, you flat if Let's see e flat if Let's see e flat G b flat. If lagi be flip. Okay. So if you know your courts again, you're going to recognize these courts. Okay, This is part of your f minor right here and then right here on right there. Okay. Like that. Okay, so last time is still playing that like that. Okay. Every note together. Okay, So once more slowly, 92nd time, it's a little different. Okay? high. A flat low, a flat G A flat af a flat. Okay, again. A flat. Okay, up until there. And then it's deflect e flat. I flood the flood e flat a flat. See flat, a flat C E flat G beef with the flat G beef. Okay, Okay. So slowly the first time. Second time. Okay, So sorry. Right there. Okay, You do that two times. Okay? Run through the entire thing, and then do This song is going to come to a hold, and you're going to continue on with this bit right here. That is exactly the same as what we did in the entry. OK, then we're gonna start again through the difference right here is that we don't play the Evan B flat together the second time. Okay, so it's only together right here. Now it's a single B flat, and then here. Okay. Together. Right here. And now it's a little different because you play a B flat for three times. Okay, but the rest is the same soon like that. Okay, then we continue on again. No f SAGES way. Well knows that, right? All exactly the same. Okay, now we're gonna get the same again right here. This one was a little bit different. Okay. Okay, so you play e flat and B flat together. C c e flat, D flat, C c e flat. Okay. On that is the same again. Okay. Said that one like that. Okay, then. Okay. Still the same. Nothing changes, then. Okay. Said this was a little different. E flat C e fluency together. See as an e flat and D flood together C c e flat. Okay. On Sunday, same one again. Okay, that's all the same. Okay, so nothing changes there, only the 3rd 1 like that. Okay. And then we already get into this bid. Remember that bit? That's all the same. The only difference is right now in the left hand doesn't play foreigners, but you stay here. Okay? So, like that again, you do for two times, and then you're gonna get in here again. So Okay, they do that whole thing, but the left hand is still only playing the three notes. Okay, so I know the four nights. So you're not gonna dio you're not gonna do that? You just that little thing right there for all of the courts, Okay. And then the last time you're gonna play it is gonna be You're gonna stop on the G said that's gonna be oh, uh, let's see, right here. Sup right there. Ok, but then the last times going back to fcf de Flood a flood d flat. You're gonna play that until the end of the song. So you just get back and forth, okay? You're not going to pay for the holiday flat, Andi. Floppy flood even have anymore. Okay. The roid and place B flat e flat, half a flood e flat, F B flat, e flat, F a flat, e flat f Wow, that's a lot of notes, but we're not going to do all of these notes, Okay? Basically was happening the entire times. There is a note. And then there's even f note evil it f note if lead f no Defla deaf. Okay, So evil. It f is recurring the entire time until the end of the song right now. So we're gonna mention that because going to confuse you so b flat a flat, B flat a flood. Okay, makes sense, right? So let's do together a flat fee for a full now B flat, a flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat. Be for a flat. So you need to make things easy for yourself. Okay, But doing it like this, it's a lot easier. Instead of game beef, like the flatter F B flat, a flat e flat. Uh, you just get B flat, a flat, and then this one more B flat, a flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat, B flat pay for. Okay, So all of them together of this B flat, a flat B flat, a flat B flat, a flat B flat, C B flat, a flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat, B flat, a flat. Okay, as I'm B flat a flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat, B flat, a flat. So the second on the third or the same on the 1st 1 was just in reverse. So here we go. Let's do the whole thing. A flood beef. See? Okay, beef. A beef, C B, flat a flat, B flat, a flat. Okay, B flat. A flat, B flat, C B flat, a flat, B flat on just stop on a flat, Okay? That's the whole thing. So I know we went through quite quickly at the end, but I wanted to keep this lesson a little bit short. I don't want to sit if 1.5 hours, and since it's a video you can rewind, so that's the entire song. That's all there is to it. It's actually no less hard to place you might think.