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#167134 - 05/25/06 03:41 PM Fur Elise  
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Hello all,

I just started playing few songs for fun on my keyboard, I have no idea of sheets.

I looked for elise up on the internet but only the start gets written and everything else are just normal sheets.

I can only play with A B C D E F G etc ;] No idea how to read the sheet.So can anyone help me and give me an Alphabetic instruction?

Thanks a lot.

#167135 - 05/25/06 08:13 PM Re: Fur Elise  
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#167136 - 05/26/06 08:21 PM Re: Fur Elise  
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One of my favorite little tunes to doodle around with.
Yes the music store has the sheets. even beginners sheets. Get the simple one,. or a lead sheet version.
You can learn it in a few minutes.
It is very easy....
If you are unable to form chords, get a beginners piano chord book while you are at the store..


#167137 - 05/27/06 02:05 AM Re: Fur Elise  
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Take heart.
Irving Berlin only composed on the black notes and did alright.
And yep.
The music or bookshop, or your local library are the best sources of music stuff.


#167138 - 05/27/06 02:18 AM Re: Fur Elise  
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Yep, the piano websites won't give you the whole enchilada for free.

It's a great little piece, I learned it years ago and brushed it up a while back, but without playing it regularly, it's almost like starting over.

You might try Bach's Minuet in G, another fine fairly easy (ha ha ha) piece.


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#167139 - 05/28/06 07:26 PM Re: Fur Elise  
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You can get Für Elis at the link above. Just type in the title and click the classical category. You will need to download the reader application (free) and they aren't spammers at that site, nor do they share your address if you don't want them to.

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#167140 - 05/29/06 02:28 AM Re: Fur Elise  
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Graham--don't you meant the white notes? --Jean

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