Even for longtime pianists, these two sentences can be frightening! As you learn more, you should fill your mental toolbox with pieces that you know well, so that you can perform at any opportunity! This is a collection of ten pieces that I teach to beginner students in order to boost their confidence and give them something to play for others when they get the opportunity. They are good pieces to keep in your mental toolbox because they are easy to learn and remember, but they sound difficult, impressive, and beautiful to others. I call them the ten easiest hardest piano pieces.
But it requires constant practice and perseverance. It also requires some amount of hand and eye coordination. But the best part about the movie was the soundtrack. So, if you are new to playing piano, then this is the song you should try out. Just find a genre you like. It also offers the beginner an opportunity to play an easily recognizable song with freedom in the hands. There are easy hard versions to play.
Music is made up of pitch - the actual sound of the note - and rhythm - how fast or slowly you move from one note to the next. Of course, playing the piano involves using two hands at the same time. Also, keep in mind that you need to use the most logical finger on each note and this can take a bit of experimentation and working out what works best for you. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is always popular, especially with young students, but adults who are just starting out can benefit from learning this too. Start by putting your right thumb on the note C. All the notes you need will be under your fingers with the exception of the highest note, which is just one note above your little finger.
When you hear a song for the first time, it can be magical. When I began learning how to play pop piano and especially guitar I was astonished to find out that once you mastered a few basics, most songs came easily. If you can master six chords in every key, you can play almost any pop song. A professionally trained pianist will sound better than a beginner, even if they are playing the same, easy song. The thing about this song like many songs is that it sounds harder than it is, because of the rhythmic patterns. This takes time and practice.