How to Play All of Me on Piano - Easy for Beginners

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Introduction: How to Play All of Me on Piano - Easy for Beginners

About: It’s never too late to learn piano... I didn’t know anything about piano or music and I learned with different websites. I share my little experience on my website: http://www.piano-tutorials.com You can find…

All of Me - John Legend - Easy Piano Tutorial for Beginners - Part 1/2.

Learn how to play your first song on piano: Beginners can learn this song in one hour. You will use only your right hand in the first parts and just a little your left hand at the end.

I started learning piano a few months ago. Before I could play a piano song, I looked for easy songs to play on piano. Most of them are too difficult for beginners, and when they are not, they sound like "kids songs".

It's why I share my own tutorials of easy piano songs I practiced. I think it can help beginners because the tutorials are easy but they sound really good on piano.

It is the secret for a successful learning: staying motivated because you can play easy piano songs quickly.

You can find more details and piano tutorials on my website: www.piano-tutorials.com

You can also read my reviews of piano lessons for beginners like this: A review of piano lessons for beginners

Step 1: Intro

Find the Middle C. If you don't know what it is or you are not familiar with piano notes, go to my instructables How to Play Piano and Easy Piano Songs for Beginners.

The F note at the beginning of the song is in the octave of Middle C (third white key above middle C).

Place your right-hand fingers this way:

1:F - 3:C

1:F - 4:C#

1:D# - 4:C

1:D# - 3:A#

All of Me - Piano Tutorial - Intro

Step 2: Verse

Place your right-hand fingers this way:

1:C - 2:F - 3:G#

1:C# - 2:F - 3:G#

1:C - 2:D# - 3:G#

1:A# - 2:D# - 4:G

All of Me - Piano Tutorial - Verse

Step 3: Pre-Chorus

Place your left-hand fingers this way:

2:A#

3:G#

Place your right-hand fingers this way:

1:C - 2:C# - 4:F

3:G# - 4:C - 5:C#

1:C - 2:D# - 4:G#

1:D# - 2:F - 3:G

1:C - 2:C# - 4:F

3:G# - 4:C - 5:C#

1:C - 2:D# - 4:G#

3:G - 5:D#

All of Me - Piano Tutorial - Pre Chorus

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www.piano-tutorials.com

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    17 Comments

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    jdempsey8811
    jdempsey8811

    1 year ago

    i always find it easier to watch the youtube channel, then pause it to learn the notes gradurly
    once u have learned u dont need to have the sheet peace because u will have known it of by heart,

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    shussain29
    shussain29

    2 years ago

    This is good, but needs improvement. It is not clear where the exact positioning is and it doesn’t really sound accurate when you figure it out.

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    LevianneB
    LevianneB

    5 years ago

    Hey. I have an old keyboard at home so I wanted to learn. Can I be familiar with the notes watchong your videos or looking through your tutorials? I don't really understand any notes and I can't go on piano lessons.

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    Marykiid
    Marykiid

    Reply 2 years ago

    look at my reply to rioboo1 and see if it helps

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    UrielT
    UrielT

    5 years ago

    what about the chorus is it the same as the intro?

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    Marykiid
    Marykiid

    Reply 2 years ago

    Yes

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    Kaitlyncope
    Kaitlyncope

    5 years ago

    I'm so confused on this

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    Marykiid
    Marykiid

    Reply 2 years ago

    Look at my comity back to rioboo1 and let me know if it's ok

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    sevensaynt7
    sevensaynt7

    5 years ago

    Are those chords or just resting positions for certain parts of the song? 1:F-3:C?

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    Marykiid
    Marykiid

    Reply 2 years ago

    1=first part of song F-3

    f=3xf key

    C=play with f

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    rioboo1
    rioboo1

    3 years ago

    This looks much more complicated than reading the notes. HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Marykiid
    Marykiid

    Reply 2 years ago

    Ok u have a piano u have the first key Whitch is white 1black 2whites 1black and so on first one is c then the black is c# and d flat d# e flat and so on let me no if you under stand me rioboo1

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    Rima Hana
    Rima Hana

    4 years ago

    I have always wanted to learn to play the piano but didn't want to take years of weekly lessons before I could play even a simple song. However, After 1 week of following this easy and step by step course I found HERE, I now could play songs with both hands. This video course has been a gift from Heaven, I never thought I could play with both hands.

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    IngerJ
    IngerJ

    5 years ago

    Good tutorial!

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    breezy_baby99
    breezy_baby99

    5 years ago

    i learned this really fast it was very helpful and much easier than other sites, but if it was the whole song and not just the intro it would be a whole lot better.