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Post by danaxyzw on Fri Nov 28, 2008 5:32 pm

Hello everyone,
i m at the beginning of a beautiful relation with the music-lol-, going from a passive listener to a player. Can u tell me what songs are suitable for early practicing, for bolth hands...I just need some titles i ll search the sheets on the net. Thanks a lot, and please forgive my bad spelling... lol!
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Post by maggiekedves on Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:42 pm

danaxyzw wrote:Hello everyone,
i m at the beginning of a beautiful relation with the music-lol-, going from a passive listener to a player. Can u tell me what songs are suitable for early practicing, for bolth hands...I just need some titles i ll search the sheets on the net. Thanks a lot, and please forgive my bad spelling... lol!

There is a forum in General discussions

Learning tools for beginners - the notes, chords and eartraining (https://afpa.hooxs.com/general-piano-discussion-f4/learning-tools-for-beginners-the-notes-chords-and-eartraining-t46.htm) where you can find several sources for beginners with links too.

If I were you I would get a book for beginners like Alfred's Piano Books or Faber's Adult Piano Adventures. If you spend enough time on practising you will grow these books out pretty fast but it is better to have a stable base knowledge than just try to play. That is why Andrew try to teach us the basics so after you learnt those you can play any kind of songs whether it is easy or hard.

In the same forum you can also find a topic on sheet music internet sources.
Have fun with it
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