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Learn how to play the song A Whole New World on piano or keyboard. Part 2 of 2.
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Okay, now we are moving in the part two of the song, hope we did well at part one. The only have two chords we are going to use in this part, that we did not use before is the first is an Em, so you find your E note here. For, the second note go up and do your G and your Brad spread, it is your Em, and you take your little finger down to a D, same spread, that would be your Dm, okay. So where are we, we are in to a whole new world, okay.
Okay so that is the part we learned, must go right down here now. Okay, so this going with our right hand, we are going to start up with the E note here, okay A Whole New World, do it again.
Okay, let us do that again. Go have your E here. Okay and chord wise, and go up to your G and then you might do a little bridge just to get to the next section, up to the G again to your E7 and your Am. Okay, let us do that part again. Okay, “A Whole New World” starting up with the E here, G back to your C up to your G, to your E7 and your Am. Okay, so let us try it one more time. So another C chord, G, that is your bridge, up to the G again, E7 and Am. Okay, and the next section straight up with your E note again, down to your C. Okay, let us go to that again starting with your E note here.
That is your B note up there, down to your C, wait back up to that B again. Okay, direct to your C, okay let us do it one more time, okay starting with the E.
That is your B note, down to your C.
Okay, and then we will put some chords with it, we are going ton start out from F, we are going to use that F, Em, Bm in this section, okay so it is pretty simple, close together there. Okay, we are starting with your E note in your right hand, F chord, down to Em, back up to the F back down to the Em, down one more to the Dm, up to the G, and then ending on your C. Okay, let us go to that again. So with the F chord here, F down one to the Em, back up to the F, back down to the Em again. Okay, down one more to the Dm, up to the G and ending in your C, okay let us do that to that part one more time, okay.
F, Em, back up to the F, down to the Em, down one more to the Dm, up to your G and then and here on your C. Okay, so there, I will forward you in the song. And this time, if you don’t want to play four chords, just stay in the three note chords, go ahead. And then if you want to use individual notes, if you want to use it, begin to he four note chord, okay, just basically I am taking my bottom note here and moving up here to C, right? But anyway, whichever of that you feel confident in doing, just go for it. Okay, let us go through the song and we use a bunch of different types of variations in our left hand just to show you, okay. Here we go.
I am doing the second section now, okay.
You may want to add this. Okay, I guess you did the major parts of the song. And after that, there is a quite a bridge. And then, it goes into another key, so I am going to save that part for another lesson. And I hope you do well with this one. Okay good luck, let me know how you make out.