Five EDM Songs You Should Learn on Digital Piano

Music is the escape from the chaos we face in everyday life. And, when you are a person that knows how to play it, there is no going back from the beauty of the tunes.

Digital Piano is one of the most popular as well as critically acclaimed instrument that people usually take up several years to learn. It is not only one charming instrument but also, a foundation instrument for endless songs.

Even if you are not professionally learning or training for it, you can any day surf through music tutorials available online and try your hand at it.

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To being with, there are five basic songs that one should learn to play on a piano. These songs are easy to learn and play on a piano.

The Five Tunes

 

  • Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven

 

This Piano Sonata is No. 14 in C sharp (C#) minor “Quasi una fantasia”, Opus. 27, No. 2, and is popularly known as the Moonlight Sonata. It is supposed to remind one of the moonlights on the waves and is one of the most famous pieces by the great artist. The name was given based on the remarks of a German music critic and poet Ludwig Rellstab.

It is a classical composition that paces as fast-slow-fast and was composed during 1801. It is a dedication to Countess Giulietta Guicciardi. The number of movements present in this piece are three: Adagio sostenuto, Allegretto, Presto agitato.

 

  • Fur Elise by Beethoven

 

Published 40 years after his death, Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor for solo piano, also commonly known as “Für Elise” is one of Beethoven’s work of brilliance. Composed in the year 1810, the piece wasn’t published until 1867. The genre if the piece is classical. The song is for a certain person named Elise; whose identity is yet under speculation.

 

  • Happy Birthday To You

 

One of the most common and basic song to start with is indefinitely the birthday song that we have been chiming since we were little kids. This piece can be played in two ways depending on the person’s skill- if it is a beginner or a professional. For people who are just starting off, playing the song whose melody line is centred to C is preferable and easy. For the lot that can effortlessly play, the key of G major which has an F sharp (F#) should be the choice.

 

  • Heart And Soul by Hoagy Carmichael & Frank Loesser

 

This piece was published in 1938 and belongs to the genre of Jazz. It was first performed by Larry Clinton and his orchestra, where the vocals were given by Bea Wain. The chord progression is 50s progression. It is by far the easiest and the most widely known two-hand duet.

 

  • Swan Lake Theme by Tchaikovsky

 

The Swan Lake Theme composition, Opus. 20, is a ballet produced by Tchaikovsky in the year 1875 to 1876. It revolves around narrating the story of Odette, a princess who turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse and her journey to break free. This is by far the most elegant and successful ballet ever that still holds the same magic as it did years ago.

But do remember, only practice makes man perfect and therefore, to be a good piano player you definitely need to make sure you practice well enough. However, the most important part is not what you play but how you play it. Even the simplest pieces of music sound grand if played with utter dedication and interest. So, go ahead, get your tunes on-board, already!