Discussion in 'Artists/Band Discussion' started by xScorpionx, Nov 7, 2002.
Hallo every body!
I would like to learn nice piano song.
Please, write me your favorite.
"Scenes from an Intalian Restaurant" by Billy Joel
titanic by celine dion sounds great. and im not usually a fan of hers but you can play this song with passion and feeling
"One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces" by Ben Folds. You absolutely HAVE to play this song with emotion. If you don't, it sounds flat and cold.
It depends on what define as a nice song........
Playing to win by John Farnham (excellent performing Rock Song)
All my life by Kci & Jo-Jo (Love song)
The day you went away by Wendy Matthews (Sad love song)
Hope these songs might help you.
A really nice song to learn how to play is : Ribbon In The Sky by Stevie Wonder... after you learn the basic melody and accompaniment, you can improvise w/ the melody and when you get it down...you will make anyone break out in a sweat lol
Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel is my favorite. It sounds great and is easy to learn.
"The heart asks pleasure first" by Michael Nyman
try loss of me from FFIX
heres the midi for it
A thousand miles Vanessa Carlton. There's a great midi for it too. If you slow the tempo down using a midi player you can practice the piece.
"Only Hope" is the best piano song ever! The Mandy More version is the piano version (the Switchfoot version is a rock ballad)
Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata is defianlty a classic and everyone loves it
The Day You Went Away by Wendy Matthews is excellent but a little tricky to get the hang of.
try "scarlet" from the anime "ayashi no ceres"
Emaline - Ben Folds.. anything by Ben Folds basically
I have to agree, anything with Ben Folds.
it depends, what level do u play at??
i mean r u beginner, medium, advanced??
I Like "On My Own" from Les Miserables. Its a pretty peice to learn on the piano and most people can pick up on the medly.
Try it out
hi, my personal favourite has got to be There You'll Be.
a lot of piano songs just have the accompaniment, but this song actually has the theme as well. i love it!
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