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Popular songs to play on piano for beginners

In fact, you can play some of the most powerful and popular songs of today. If you want to play professionally, expanding your repertoire with pop music is a must for landing steady gigs and impressing your audience. Curious how lessons work? Sign up for more information about our private lessons. Submit Sign up successful. Follow these video lessons and work your way up to match the original song, then get ready to WOW your next audience! The lyrics are strong, and they tell a story. It has also been featured on many popular TV shows and movies as the theme song or ending credits. It also happens to be one of the easiest songs in C major to play. Note: Watch for the major and minor changes in this song within the A chord.
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When you hear a song for the first time, it can be magical. When I began learning how to play pop piano and especially guitar I was astonished to find out that once you mastered a few basics, most songs came easily.
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Looking for a good list of easy pop songs for the piano?
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Do you want to impress people on piano but you only have basic skills? It sounds like some beginner piano songs and pop songs on piano would be a great thing for you; you just need to make sure they can be learned. According to this study by Peter Jutras , learning and playing piano gives people feelings of accomplishment and confidence. This can also apply to other instruments like the ukulele and trying to learn drums. Learning some easy piano songs is a big help. Read on for my guide to these 25 simple piano songs. If you want to look for easy piano songs to impress without going over your skills, here are some helpful qualities to look for:. All of the songs on this list have these elements to some degree. Both are out of 10 points, but you want a low difficulty score and a high impress score. Along the same lines, Fur Elise by Beethoven, is iconic as a mark of the piano player.

Music is made up of pitch - the actual sound of the note - and rhythm - how fast or slowly you move from one note to the next. Of course, playing the piano involves using two hands at the same time. Also, keep in mind that you need to use the most logical finger on each note and this can take a bit of experimentation and working out what works best for you. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is always popular, especially with young students, but adults who are just starting out can benefit from learning this too. Start by putting your right thumb on the note C. All the notes you need will be under your fingers with the exception of the highest note, which is just one note above your little finger. Watch this video for a clear demonstration of how to play Twinkle Twinkle and give it a go:. Happy Birthday is a very useful and easy piano song for beginners to learn to play. Like Twinkle Twinkle, put your right thumb on C and the first half of the song falls nicely under your fingers. However, there is an octave jump - from the C you start on up to the next C.

Looking for a good list of easy pop songs for the piano? Every song on this list has a simple structure that can be learned quickly.

That way you can practice all of these songs whenever you want! Each piece will have a breakdown of the musical structure, some chord analysis, and practice tips. This popular song by Sia is one of the easiest pop songs to learn on the piano. The song is easy to play in E flat major.

While reading sheet music is great for most pop music, Titanium is actually quite easy to learn if you understand the chord structure. Starting in E flat, it follows a simple chord structure of I V vi for the verses. During the transition section before there is a lot of basis on IV chords.

When the chorus comes in the chords move to IV V iii vi. The bridge section just before the last entrance of the chorus also follows the same chord structure as the chorus. The melody is all controlled by the right hand.

Depending on your playing level, you can decide to do this as simple chords, or single note melody lines. Below is a Titanium chord chart along with one of the best titanium piano tutorial videos to learn from.

It was produced in and has an interesting backstory. You can find this and other wedding piano songs in this post. This song is entirely piano-based, and the triplet riff is easy to remember. Because that riff is a sequence you can use the same finger pattern of pinky, index, and thumb and just move down by intervals of a second. To accompany that introductory sequence are downward stepping notes in the left hand. When combined with the right hand, this creates a series of seventh chords in stepwise motion. The left-hand starts with C followed by B A G in the bass line.

The hands take those same chords and move them back up in the reverse. The song eventually settles in G minor and moves along pretty consistently. Start with a G major chord, followed by E minor, A minor, and D major. The transition at the end of the verse is a simple move of G A B and back down to A. When the chorus enters, the same sequence and chord structure from the introduction returns.

The song ends with a doubling of the chorus, and then a repeat of the introduction again. Not only is it easy to remember, but it also has some more advanced piano technique involved with the triplets int he right hand.

This hit by Charlie Puth is one of the most played on YouTube. This is an easy song to turn into a piano arrangement because the chord structure is so simple. The bass line and melody move sequentially with each other. The first three notes of the bass D flat, C, and B flat. Then it moves up an interval of a second to E flat, D flat, and C. The harmonies that are formed are basically D flat major, an inverted A flat major chord and a B flat minor chord.

The same sort of idea follows with the chord pattern now being ii, I, V. The chords can be formed completely in the left hand, or you can choose to use the melody of the right hand and play this as single notes. In the verse, the chord structure is B flat minor, A flat major, D flat major, and G flat major. An easy way to remember that in numerals that would be vi, V, I, IV. The bridge sections where things get a little interesting.

Have a look at the One Call Away chord chart, and tutorial video below to get an idea of how the whole song is put together. Released in , this song has possibly the most famous piano riff in all of pop music.

The harmonies, however, are very easy to digest, and they repeat the entire song. There are some sheet music arrangements of this piece available, but the best way to learn it is by rote. This video breaks down the right hand first starting with the octave B and adding in the A and F sharp to it. Then it adds in the left-hand line of E F sharp, D and back to E. It also breaks down lining everything up as this is rhythm is very syncopated.

Through subdividing the rhythm and counting, its easy to get the rhythm down in a few practice attempts. Despacito was one of the biggest pop hits in The chords repeat throughout the entire song.

This gives us B minor, G major, D major, and A major. In the right hand, single-note melodies should become full chords and the dynamics should be more intense in this section. To get the melody down takes a really good ear. There are a lot of embellishments you can do with the right hand. To make it sound really good on the piano, make sure to accent certain parts of the melody.

This is a fun song with Latin flavor! It was recorded in While the song is written in A flat major, it has a strong sense of F minor in the verses. In each verse, the chord structure follows quite simply. In the transition section, the song alternates between B flat minor, A flat major, E flat major. The E flat minor is actually the dominant of the next key area which is the A flat major chorus. The bridge section shows a return to the B flat minor material from the earlier transition.

Ed Sheeran nailed it with his chart-topping hit Thinking Out Loud in Originally a tune for guitar, this is a great one to learn on the piano. The first two chords are D major, with the second being an inversion of it starting on F sharp. While all of that is happening, the melody starts on F sharp and goes from there.

The best way to get the melody is to see it done by rote. The transition bridge area briefly goes between E minor and A major before settling in D major for the chorus. Katy Perrys Firework was a huge success during its release in In this case of this song, I recommend checking out a sheet music arrangement like this one.

Most arrangements start out with the left hand playing the constant quarter chords. The song is in A flat major. In some arrangements, the left-hand plays broken triads using the same chords from the introduction. In other versions, the left hand continues to play blocked chords. It starts off with a rest on beat one, followed by grouped eighth notes. Pharells Happy is one of the most popular songs of all time. This is a jazzy sounding piece, featuring some elements of blues chords.

In the chorus, you can hold down the chords as they change. This song also has some counter melodies in the original track that the pianist can play as well. Another option is to play the melody and leave out the counter melody altogether. Most people play this song by singing the verses and simply supporting themselves with the chord progressions.

Check this video out to get an idea of how that can be done. What I like about this song is that there are plenty of ways you can play it and still make it sound good. Below is a super helpful chord chart for Happy to get you started.

This list of easy piano songs would not be complete without something from Disney! This is a song that is primarily piano-based, so learning to play it can be as simple as listening to the track and copying it.

There are also plenty of good piano arrangements available for it. Hal Leonard along with Faber make really great arrangements of Disney music. While there are a lot of great arrangements of this one available, my favorite is from the Faber piano books. This version is written in C major, but it holds true to the original tune. The rhythms are a bit simplified as this is an intermediate level book.

Everything is reduced to either quarter notes for the most part. There are some occasional E flats that do appear. In a few areas, there are also eighth notes and tied rhythms. This is an old classic that caters to adult pianists needing some true soul. The rhythms are really simple, and the notes in the melody line are easy to remember too. The chords move at a nice slow pace, although there are some dotted rhythms there. Those syncopated rhythms are easy to line up though.

The video below is a good demonstration of what I mean about that. Certainly, you could find some arrangements that are simpler than this video.



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