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A Million Dreams Piano Notes Letters
Hugh Jackman , Michelle Williams , … I close my eyes and I can see The world that’s waiting for me That I’m calling my own Through the darkness, through the door Through the place where no one has been before But it feels like home They can say, they can say it all sounds crazy They can say, they can say I’ve lost my mind I don’t care, I don’t care, so call me crazy We can live in a world we design ‘Cause every night I lay in bed The brightest colors fill my head A million dreams keep me awake I think what could the world is A vision of the one I see A million dreams is all it will take A million dreams for the world we want to be made There’s a house we can build Every room inside has to fill With things from afar The special things I make All there to make you smile On a rainy day They can say, they can say the all sounds crazy They can tell, they can tell we’ve lost our minds I don’t care, I don’t care if they call us crazy Run to a world we design Every night I lay in bed The brightest colors fill my head A million dreams keep me awake I think of what the world could be A vision of the one i see A million dreams is all it will take A million dreams for the world we want to be made No matter how big, no matter how small Let me be a part of it all Share your dreams with me Maybe you’re right, maybe you’re wrong But say bring me over To the world you see To the world I close my eyes to see I close my eyes to see Every night I lie down in bed The brightest colors fill my head A million dreams keep me awake A million dreams, a million dreams I wonder what the world could be See eth of the one i see A million dreams is all it will take A million dreams for the world we’re gonna make For the world we’re gonna make
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There are many methods to help learn piano notes but this way is easy and children immediately
Engage with this animal memory game. They are so keen to remember the order of the animals that they inadvertently learn the keys of the piano without realizing it! The entire keyboard extends out p
In front of them it can be a little overwhelming, so first it’s important to break it down and help them recognize that there are really only 7 notes, repeated over and over.
Ask them how many they think there are? Surprise them with the answer of only 7! Children love the idea that they can
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The span of your child or the child you are teaching, to make it easier this lesson can be divided into two sections which present C-D-E-F first, and then G-A-B next time.
Sitting in front of the keyboard, explain that the right hand plays high notes, and the left hand plays low notes simply because it is more comfortable to do so. Encourage them to explore some high and low notes, and make sure they can tell the difference.
Start by asking them to play the groups of 2 black notes and 3 black notes, all the way up and down the keyboard, making sure to use the left hand for low notes and the right for high goals.
For high ones and left hand for low ones with middle C in the middle. Navigate by looking for the 2
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Black keys, and note that they are always the same distance of 8 notes from each other each time, call this an Octave. Eight notes like an octopus with 8 legs!
Comes next, find all the elephants by hopping up and down the keyboard, noticing that it comes on the other side of the 2 black keys.
Repeat the hopping game in the same way, noticing that it comes in front of the group of 3 black notes.
, find all the Gs up and down the keyboard, always making sure the right hand is used for higher than middle C, and the left hand is used for lower than middle C.
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Comes next, notice that the first and lowest note on the full piano keyboard is A .
Now try to see if they can remember all the animals from the beginning to the end of an octave. Although this seems like a lot of information for the first piano lesson, children seem to really enjoy the challenge of remembering the correct order of the animals. After a little practice they love to show that they can tell which is which. Play this game at the start of each lesson. Once they are more confident, mix up the animals, and choose different ones at random. See if they can name them back
Although this is difficult at first! Piano keyboards vary in size and budget. A full size piano keyboard has 88 notes from bottom to top including all the black notes between starting at the bottom A up to the top C. A mini piano or smaller keyboard may have slightly fewer notes at the top or bottom, but
Whatever the size of your keyboard, you will find that they all share this repeating pattern of keys as described above and this is the easiest way to learn the notes on the piano.
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Start by drawing around the child’s hands on a sheet of paper, or you can print the finger chart shown below by clicking on the picture to print.
Ask the child to number the fingers 1 -5 on both hands starting with the thumbs as 1 and the little fingers as 5.