Happy Birthday Easy Piano Music 5 Tips

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Need a great piano keyboard arrangement of  Happy Birthday Easy Piano Music 5 Tips?

If so, then you are on the right page.  Simply read the next paragraph then view the video tutorial below and play along!  That’s it!

Beginner Music Sheet

Happy Birthday Easy Piano 5 Tips is a beginner music sheet in the key of F Major with B flat.  Even though this piece has a key signature of F Major your right hand stays in the C Position for measures 1 – 5.

Then in measure 6 on the second line your right hand 5th finger or pinky must stretch upward to Treble C.  Then simply stay in the F position for most of the rest of the piece.

As you view the video tutorial below notice the fingerings used and pencil them in on your copy.  You may print this music out using the link in the next paragraph!  Be sure to watch the video tutorial several times and you can learn it in about 10 minutes…

Happy Birthday Easy Piano Video Tutorial

Beginner Piano Sheet

Click here for Free Easy Piano Beginner Music Sheet Arrangement of Happy Birthday To You

This is a SCREEN SHOT

happy birthday easy piano music 5 Tips

Happy Birthday Note Names for Above Screen Shot

The notes for the right hand in the above screen shot are as follows:

Right Hand:  C C D C F E    C C D C G F  C C HIGH C A E D   B B E F G F

Left Hand: F      C       C     F     F     B FLAT     F   B FLAT   F

Happy Birthday Easy Piano Music 5 Tips

1.  Make certain you are in the correct hand position and note any sharps or flats in the key signature of your beginner piano sheet.

2.  Watch the video tutorial through its entirety the first time.  Then the second time simply play along with the right hand only.  Practice right hand as many times as are necessary until you can play it smoothly and without errors.

Then follow the same process with the left hand.  As soon as you are playing each hand separately in a smooth manner ONLY then put your hands together.  Following this process with save you HOURS of time.

3.  Check out the dynamic markings (loud or soft) to add expression to your easy piano sheet music.  Remember, learning the notes is just the beginning of music performance.  It is the expression and feeling in your music which connects with your audience.

4.  Video tape yourself playing the finished piece.  If you do not have a video recorder then simply make a recording of the audio only with your cell phone.  You will be amazed at what you see or hear (both good and bad).  Once you have recorded yourself and listen it will be VERY obvious which measures need a little more practice.

5.  Don’t get bogged down with the same old piece.  Always be looking for new and interesting easy piano pieces.  This keeps your interest and excitement at a high level.

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Jan Durrant

Jan Durrant is a Piano teacher and music publisher with a Master's Degree in Music Education. Her goal is teaching beginner piano students around the world to learn how to read music, play piano, piano finger exercises and simplified sheet music of their favorite titles.