Which song is the best??

@navi33 (114)
Philippines
March 31, 2009 1:40am CST
i just borrowed a keyboard from a friend. and i want to learn some songs... But i dont know what songs are best for beginners like me So any suggestions?? Ill appreciate the help
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@cieldz (711)
• Indonesia
31 Mar 09
hmmm... i think u can try slow song first.... try to play "Minuet in G" by Bach, that a simple song and easy to learn... after that maybe u can try to learn "Canon in D" by Pachelbel... i cant play keyboard or piano, but i learn to play the song from game, like VOS (Virtual Orchestra System), O2 Jam, and Audition... Enjoy...!
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@navi33 (114)
• Philippines
31 Mar 09
Thanks... ill try to see if that songs are easy for me .
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@cieldz (711)
• Indonesia
1 Apr 09
VOS is Virtual Orchestra System, an old game, and we play it like we play piano but we use computer keyboard and only using 7 fingers... if u know bout O2 jam or Audition (similar game like VOS) then u will know bout VOS too... yes it's so fun to play a lot of songs using VOS.... i can play classical, pop, rock, or any songs (but if u wanna add a new song, u must download from the site...)
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@Pigglies (9339)
• United States
5 Apr 09
That's funny, I was thinking of Minuet in G as well. Although, I don't know if Canon in D is really all that easy. Unless you play a watered down version of the song, then it could be made easy.
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@Pigglies (9339)
• United States
5 Apr 09
It depends what genre of music you like. For classical music I would recommend starting out with melody lines and then work up to being able to play the left hand as well. Some of Bach's Minuets are pretty simple.
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@navi33 (114)
• Philippines
5 Apr 09
thanks for the info. i am learning minuet right now but im struggling on reading the notes Y_Y. need more tips on reading notes
@Pigglies (9339)
• United States
5 Apr 09
All I can say is that you want to practice reading music on easy songs until you get comfortable with it. It may take a long time, but stick with it. I learned the right hand really well first and then added the left hand much later. Then the left hand was easy to add because I could already read notes and I knew rhythms and stuff. Best of luck!
• United States
5 May 09
You call yourself a beginner. How much of a beginner are you? Have you played the keyboard before and can you read music? Whatever your level, there are music lessons online for just about any instrument. Check for piano also. Check youtube for video lessons. That should help you get started with simple beginner songs and then you can go from there.