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How to play this song #2882192
08/21/19 09:03 PM
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Hello, i'm looking for the tools and techniques to play this song/music


Noticably the song does not uses any black notes but,
i believe it's, quite nice to see black keys pressed...except when the sound feels dissonants/wrong.

What are the ,chords, arpeggios, scales, tricks to do this song?

Cheers.

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Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2882194
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Songs like this, the trill is so fast i had to slow down the video to learn it...

i wonder if there's another way...

Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2882206
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Apparently research directs me to this artist


honest, my best reference are just wikipedia: lots of talking and chatters
and no idea how to make the left hand move as nimble as the song supposed to be.

I wonder if there's something more practical for a guide,
so i can play the song i hear in my head...
particularly chords, melody, rythm, arpeggios, scales...being elements that guides, goodand acceptable songs...

passion is infectious, but i feel mostly ill but no better.

Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2882233
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Some decent musics i wish i can play on piano, or anything for fun





Music theory is also confusing. I don't enjoy the slow pace learning, or if it is too....agitated.

Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2882234
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Right now my left hand is mostly the concern... well, it's not like my right hand playing was any good.

I can only say i want them to perform....nimbblyy, sharp, dancing around the clocks.

Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2882278
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Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2882281
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magical performance. tho those extra trills annoyed me much.


I mean, if i observe it....i don't. i don't [censored] now what's going on.

Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2882284
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Might even be fair to say the beginning section the L is just playing single notes. All the chords are on the R. Further down the piece, chords are added to the L to give a fuller sound. Any piece that doesn't use any black keys is assumed to be in C or A minor.

Not sure if you can go online and search for a score from somewhere that is close enough to the one performed here...

Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2882286
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"the ease of play"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udGdqJh5luM

Can i play all kinds of music? Is there a technique for that? By ear?

Re: How to play this song [Re: eisnnlius] #2883270
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Welcome to the forum. Can you tell us about your experience? Do you know how to read sheet music? Have you taken any lessons? Do you know anything about keys, chords, melody, harmony? The first piece doesn’t look too difficult but that would depend on where you are and what you know. Reproducing a thousand strikes is tough, but if you know your playing a Gmaj chord, for instance, several notes become one chord. It’s like being able to read words instead of individual letters. Maybe that’s too basic for you, but knowing your experience level would enable a more tailored response.


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