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Learn how to play the song A Whole New World on piano or keyboard. Part 1 of 2.
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Today I am going to show you how to play another Disney song, it is called A Whole New World and we are going to do it in the key of C and make it as easy as possible so it is not too hard to learn. We are not going to go through the opening of the song, just get right into the verse. We will work through it first and then we will slow it down and show you what we are going to run, okay?
Okay so that is the first part we are going to learn. Let us go through the chords that we are going to use first. Okay, we are going to use our regular C chord okay? Find your C note and every second finger from that is the Brad spread up to a C chord. Okay we are going to use an F and you know how to use an F. Up one more to a G. There is your G chord and then we are going to play an E7 and so if you keep your fingers down on your G chord, okay? Move your bottom finger up to this black note so everything else stays the same. You are going to go there to an E7 okay. So there is your G. That is an E7, okay and then you are going to walk all three fingers up one more to an Am. Okay and we have used that in a lot of our videos up to now, okay?
So let us just go through them again. This is your C chord, okay? Find that. Up to your F, Up to your G. Move your little finger up to that black note. That is going to give you an E7, okay and move all three fingers up to the Am. Okay you will note that the Am is just one up from the G okay? But we are basically going to walk up in one chord to the next. Okay, so there are our chords.
Okay, so let us move into the right hand now. We are going to start off with our E note here okay, so we are going to point to that on your piano or your keyboard whichever you are using okay? And it starts off.
Down to a G okay? Back up again, Pretty simple right? Let us try that one more time here starting off with your E note, okay.
You find it easier to hum along or sing along out loud. It is usually easier to learn the song that way so go ahead, make lots of noise. Okay, so do it one more time. Okay and the second part is to go back up to that E again.
Okay let us go to both parts now.
Okay, got that? Let us put some chords with it. All we are going to use in this section is just a C, F and a G okay? So we are going to start off with our C and if you want to play it in individual notes, feel free to do that. I am just going to guide you for the rest and now I am going to show you just by using a straight C chord okay? Nothing fancy, we are just going to learn the basics for this song. Okay starting off with the E note up here. Okay here we go.
See the chord did not even change yet but you got to hit it again. Then your F and up to your G. Okay so let us go through that again, C chord. Hit the C again. Hit the C again, your F and your G.
Okay so that is that line.
Okay in this section we are going to start off with the D note, okay? And we are going to use a black note in this section too, this one right here okay? We will just go through it once first.
Okay so let us go through that again starting with your D note but down to that black, up to your E.
And then on your C there okay. I want to do that one more time okay starting off with your D note, down to the black, up to the E. Down to your Am and ends on your G, okay?
Chord wise, we ended up the last section on the G if you remember. Now we are going to use that E7 so we are going to have our—take a G chord, move your little finger up to that block okay and we are here on the right hand on the D note. We go up to the Am, down to your F and back to your C, okay?
Okay let us do that again. Okay, we are on our E7 here okay. I will put my fingers out of the way so you could see, okay?
Am, down to your F and back to your C. Okay let us hear that one more time, okay? So you ended the other part on a G and now we are going to the E7. D note up here, Am, your F and back to your C. Okay now let us go through both sec