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Learn how to play the song Chopsticks on piano or keyboard.
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And this is the first song that everybody learned how to play it is called “Chop Sticks.” It is one of those songs that you can play by yourself or play with your brother, your sister, your mom and dad. Have lots of fun with it. So I will teach you how to play just by yourself first, just use your first two index fingers, I think they are called index fingers. And put one on your F note, one on your G note.
And pretty simple then take your left finger, drop it down, one, keep your other finger on the same one. And then drop your left finger down one more and move your right finger up to. And then move them both one more. And then move them back towards each other. And start over.
The second part of the song is you just go up to your, just above way your last note there and like this. Each part is two notes apart so it is very simple.
And then you just go back and start over again.
Now if you want to learn how to do your left hand, it is very simple. It is only two chords you need to play and the easiest way to do it if you are going it by yourself and somebody else is doing a right hand. Just put your finger where your thumb whatever on your C note and with your right hand make a chord that says C chord. And then you go down to your G, and your C again, that is all you need to do is two chords.
Do that for an hour and it’ll drive your mother nuts.
So if you want to put them together, if you have practiced both, you start off with your G here and where I showed you and your right hand is on your F and G to start, so like this.