Easy Elvis Songs For Beginners To Piano & Keyboard

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Easy Elvis Songs For Beginners To Piano & Keyboard Elvis Presley is one of the biggest pop artists of all time and is very often nicknamed the king of pop! He had huge success with hits making him popular all over the world. One thing that players love about Elvis’s songs is that they are perfectly suited to playing on piano or keyboard, with many of them having a blues influence and background. Learning the blues on the keyboard is a great skill as it can be used in so many rock and roll songs, including most Elvis songs. As a beginner to piano or keyboard it is important to learn about the blues. To start off with learn a simple 12 bar blues, and once you get this mastered you will see how easily connected it is with rock and roll music. Another important aspect of learning Elvis music is to learn the blues scales. Get your piano teacher to show you them, as they are a crucial part of performing and are not only used in rock and roll music but are perfect for keyboard solos as part of a band, or when performing piano. Some great Elvis songs to try as a beginner on piano or keyboard are: - Can’t help falling in Love. This song is loved by so many people and most people can relate to the lyrics at some point in their life. It is perfect for a beginner, as it can be played in the key of C Major which doesn’t have any black notes, and is in a simple 6/8 time signature. Blue Suede Shoes. This song is a perfect example of a simple 12 bar blues which Elvis transformed into a popular song. This song is a classic and is always sure to get you on your feet at a party. It can be played in any key only has a few chords which is based on the 12 bar blues format so is perfect for the budding rock and roll star! Always on my mind. This is another ballad which was sung beautifully by Elvis. Playing this on keyboard is a must for any beginner. It is very simple but also one of the best loved songs of all time, and is made for the keyboard. It can take many years of practice to reach the standard to be able play your own one hour song repertoire on piano or keyboard. But what if there was a simple method that could show any beginner how to do it in just 12 days? Find out how it’s done... Easy Keyboard Lessons

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