Play Beginners Elvis Songs For Piano & Keyboard

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Beginners to Piano and Keyboard

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Play Beginners Elvis Songs For Piano & Keyboard Elvis Presley is one of the greatest rock and roll singers that the world has ever seen, and even though he is not about to write any more great songs, his legacy lives on and musicians across the world love to be able to play his music on the  keyboard or piano. Elvis continues to inspire budding keyboard and piano stars, and musicians look to his music for inspiration in the hope that they can fulfil their dream of writing songs like he did one day. One great thing about his music is that most of his classic songs are written in simple formulas consisting of just a few chords. Elvis loved the blues which is strongly portrayed in his music. The benefits to a beginner to keyboard or piano is that learning the blues is very simple and is one of the first things a beginner should look to learning. Whether it is taught by a private teacher, self taught from books or the internet using online courses, it is certainly one of the first styles you should consider learning on the keyboard or piano. Once you learn a simple 12 bar blues, you will see how easy it is to transform this style into one of his songs. Some popular songs by Elvis which are perfect for any beginner are: - Hound Dog. This is a perfect example of a simple 12 bar blues in the key of C Major. This song just consists of three chords, in the order of the 12 bar blues is upbeat and one that will make you laugh every time you play it. Are you Lonesome tonight. This is a slower song by Elvis, has a very catchy and simple melody and is often found in beginner’s books and course for keyboard and piano. Suspicious Minds. This classic upbeat song has a beautiful captivating melody is in a simple key signature. It is a great one to master as a beginner and get co-ordinated hands together. It features a couple of different rhythms which is good to hear and for you to learn for the future. 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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