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I have a question on music notes `cause when I printed out the Alicia Keys songs, and John Lennon`s,I couldn`t understand any of the notes! Could someone help me out,like tell me some notes on the piano. I know the scale (FEAGCBEDF) i just need to know some sybols and piano notes!
Last edited in 2017-05-02 11:10

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  • ivanoeck
    ivanoeck

    i`ve been playing forever, but i never took lessons... jus mess around, play by ear... you`ll get the hang of it...

    2nd May, 2017

  • Cally
    Cally

    Get a piano teacher. I think you`re going to need one. Most people do, actually. Pianoman5

    2nd May, 2017

  • cameronpianist
    cameronpianist

    hey, if c in the right hand is in the middle of the circle the treble clef and f is between the dots on the bass clef. keep practising and you`ll get it! from kelly

    2nd May, 2017

  • Countryman
    Countryman

    hey, if c in the right hand is in the middle of the circlein the treble clef and f is between the dots on the bass clef. keep practising and you`ll get it! from kelly

    2nd May, 2017

  • THEpianist
    THEpianist

    u ask question about music notes? well i can teach u how to read notes and its very easy, ok, just e-mail me at pianist@pinoymusika.com mark

    2nd May, 2017

  • Jessica
    Jessica

    When starting in the lines (first inside on bottom) it`s F.A.C.E. going up inside the lines. When starting on the first bottom line and going up on the lines it`s E.G.B.D.F. You may remember this by remembering the acronyms FACE and Every Good Bird Does Fly. # is sharp and b is flat for each note. If it is in a key, and the staff starts out with a sharp on the F or inside the first line for example, I was told you have to play every F as sharp because of this. The notes are CDEFGABC unless it is in a key or it says to play them sharp or flat (then you make the needed changes). If I am remembering anything right, middle C will be on an "invisible line" under the line with E on it. You can go from there.

    2nd May, 2017

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