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Learn how to play the song Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on piano or keyboard.
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Hi, again. I had a request to do a lesson on how to play a very simple song—Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. So, I thought I better do that for you and we are going to use three cords in this one, the C chord that we have used quite often. The C here and go up to and then up another two. Okay, use your fingers that are most comfortable for you. It is also an F chord so you take it two top fingers and move them up one. You keep your bottom finger where it is, that is an F chord. So you have got your C, you have got your F, and then you are going to have a G chord, just use three right here, with my fingers out of the way.
Okay, so we took your C, your F, move all three them up, all three fingers up by one. And that will give you the G, okay. So you got the C, F move them all, a G. That is the only chords you need on this. Okay, for your right hand start up, find your C again. The note just to the left of the two black one there and pretty simple, I will do nice and slow there for you, so you can see it.
Okay, do that one more time here.
Okay, we got that now we are going to do the second part and it goes up here, this top, a not here, that is the G note so go up there. And do it again.
The same thing, you may go right back the beginning of your song. Okay, easy. Just practice after few time and I am sure you will get it. Anyway put all together you are going to sound something like this.
With your F cord, C, F, here is your G and then your C.