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Learn Piano In 4 Minutes

The fact that you’ve clicked on this post means one of two things. You’re either trying to figure out how you can learn piano fast, OR you think it can’t be done. Well guess what, with my approach to piano playing, you really can learn to play your favorite songs – simply and quickly! I’ll show you everything you need to know, including my example of John Legend’s All of Me Piano ballad.


Learn To Play “Make You Feel My Love” On The Piano

Without a doubt, “Make You Feel My Love” ranks among the all-time best piano songs ever recorded. Written by Bob Dylan in 1997 and recorded by many different artists over the years, this haunting love ballad has moved millions of listeners. No version of this song is more powerful than Adele’s, which was listed as the number one song in the UK on I Heart Radio in 2014 and has been featured in many popular TV shows, including East Enders and Glee. If you love this song and want to be able to play it on the piano, you can learn to do it in a matter of weeks, even if you’ve never had a piano lesson before.


Now You Can Learn to Play the Piano

Young children probably won’t notice some missed or misplaced notes. But they will definitely notice if people they love and admire make an effort to play and enjoy music together. I can’t count how many people write to me and say the reason they want to learn piano is because they have such fond memories of their parents playing.


Learn to Play the Piano from the Comfort of Home

If you’ve always wanted to learn to play the piano, you have no more excuses left as to why you can’t start. You don’t need to spend hours learning to play songs you don’t enjoy, you don’t have to make time to drive to a studio to learn, and you don’t have to take forever to learn to play real songs. You can simply sit down at home and learn to play.


Online Lessons Help You Learn to Play the Piano Fast

You may want to learn to play the piano, but you don’t want to spend years studying the piano just so you can play a couple of classical songs. You want to learn to play now, and you want to learn to play the songs you enjoy. With online piano lessons, this is possible. You can learn to play the piano fast and start learning your first song today.


Learn To Play “Let Her Go” By Passenger

The international hit “Let Her Go” by Passenger (Mark Rosenberg) is one of the most sought-after songs by amateur musicians who want to play and sing the music they love. Released in 2012, the song expresses the feeling of loss and regret after the end of a relationship with the words “[you] only know you love her when you let her go.” Rosenberg explained that the song isn’t just about a break-up; it’s about that common feeling of not appreciating something until you don’t have it anymore. Despite the bittersweet sentiment, the song is an upbeat pop tune that’s fun to listen to and hard to forget.


Learn to Play “Photograph” by Ed Sheeran On the Piano

The song “Photograph” by Ed Sheeran is a popular ballad that lots of piano students want to play. However, adult learners may fear that without a background of childhood music lessons or many years of study ahead of them, they’ll never accomplish the goal of playing pop songs like this one.


Learn To Play “When I Was Your Man” On The Piano

Bruno Mars wrote his now-classic piano ballad “When I Was Your Man” for his album Unorthodox Jukebox, released in 2012. Critics have praised the artist’s performance, and fans love the song for its bittersweet and relatable theme of regret for a lost love. In the video, Mars accompanies himself on the piano, and many reviewers have commented that he is bringing the piano back into prominence in pop music these days.

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