Saturday, January 29, 2011

Fur Elise


e d# e d# e b d c a,
c e a b, e a b c;
e d# e d# e b d c a,
c e a b, e c b a. 
b c d e, g f e d, e e d c, e d c e;
e d# e d# e e d c a, 
c e a b, e a b c;
e d# e d# e b d c a, 
c e a b, e c b a.



61 comments:

  1. Thanks. We bought a toy keyboard for my baby, but im learning to play this beautiful piece in it!

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    1. i learnt it in school as e d# E D# E BDCA AAAB BBBC ED#ED#E BDCAA AAAB BCA BCDE EFED CBCA ED#ED#E BDCA AAAB BCDA

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  2. can you give me the second part?

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    1. E d# e d# e b d c a c e a b e g# b c
      E d# e d# e b d c a c e a b e c b a
      B c d e
      G
      F e c
      G
      E d c
      G
      D c b
      G and e x3
      E d# e d# e b d c a
      C e a b
      E g# b c
      E d# e d# e b d c a
      C e a b
      E c b a
      E and c
      F and c

      That's all I know, sorry if its a bit wrong, I have never learnt piano, I learnt it myself.

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    2. It's Ok If you are good by learning yourself I say Wow!!!!!!!!!! Just need it to be in the ball park.

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  3. second part please? :) many thanks though, this is amazing.

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    1. C e b e g# b c e all e are lower , this is on the sheet music I have.

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  6. I am a professional pianist and I'm just saying that you guys need to stop saying that it is wrong because it is totally right

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    1. Well then your not very professional because it's wrong.

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    2. im just a kid and i dont think it matters how you do it as long as it sounds good

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    3. im just a kid and i dont think it matters how you do it as long as it sounds good

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    4. What's your problem Tara It just music!

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  7. Thank you so much!! I love this song and my daughter wanted to know more than I could do accurately by ear.

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  8. It is in A scale of natabharavi raga

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    1. this is important to know... because my girlfriend and family all said it was wrong/ different scale than what they were used to.

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  9. May we please have the second half of the song please?

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  10. the second line is wrong. my teacher found this piece for me and I started to play it but then my teacher told me to stop and she explained that the second line was wrong.

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    1. its just amazing or i say awesome i like this song verrrrry much

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  12. I thought it was E E# E E# E E# B D C A,A (One low and one high) E A C E A B,E(one low one high) This is some of it, it is confusing because some are on lower pitches and some on high and some on middle. I am 10 and i taught myself on an electric piano repeating those songs on the track and slowing them down until i could see the note and copy.

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    1. I thought it was Eb because that's what it said on my keyboard (I teach myself off my piano, but I'm just checking that it's right, if you're wondering how I teach myself on my keyboard, it is automatically on it, it is digital and it shows the notes. :)

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    2. I thought it was Eb because that's what it said on my keyboard (I teach myself off my piano, but I'm just checking that it's right, if you're wondering how I teach myself on my keyboard, it is automatically on it, it is digital and it shows the notes. :)

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    3. Is there something I'm getting wrong, or...?
      I've just gotten into this, but I got the distinct impression that there was no such thing as E#, just like there can never be a B#, F♭ or C♭.
      Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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    4. Excuse me but there's no such thing as E# not here nor in China

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  13. Thanks I was very happy listening to myself playing it correctly.I hope to add some more tones.Thanks again.

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  14. the CE is one octive lower than the AB

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  15. the CE is one octive lower than the AB

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  17. Using just notes to too unprofessional, reading sheet music is way better and easier.

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  18. thanks i can finaly learn it

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  19. I think this a great opportunity for those who want to learn the first part of Fur Elise. It's. Beautiful song and I think people should learn it!!๐Ÿ˜‰
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    Please follow and I will follow back and like 5 of ur videos or musical.ly!! Thx so much to anyone who has the app musical.ly!! By the way thank u for the Piano Notes!! Fur Elise๐ŸŽผ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽน๐ŸŽผ

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  20. It sound really good and I don't think there is any mistakes so.........
    "DON'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER ".!!!!

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  21. You don't happen to know the octaves for each of those notes do you? I'm trying to program my Arduino chip to play the song but I can't seem to get barely any of the octaves right and I need them for each of the notes played.

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  22. Can anyone give indian notes here (Sa Re Ga Ma) please? Thanks.

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  23. I thinking thaat was a little wrong because i try it on keyboard it was wrong but well done for your self triying

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