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PIANO

Play What I've done: PIANO

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In this version of “What I’ve Done”, the rhythmic pattern of the verses, which was initially played in eighth notes, was replaced by chords played in the round in order to facilitate transitions. This will make it easier for you to string together chords.

For the choruses, it will be necessary to know how to play dotted half notes, which last three beats, as well as quarter notes, which last one beat. Quarter notes can be chords or transition notes between chords. If this rhythm is too complicated for you at first, you can continue playing rounds as you did in the verses.

I recommend that you refer to the easy rhythmic lesson on the piano to help you with this adaptation. This course will provide you with advice and exercises to work on your understanding of rhythms and your ability to play them fluidly. It will also help you better understand and play dotted half notes and quarter notes.

Take the time to practice slowly and focus on precise chord placement. Start by playing the sequences slowly, making sure to count the beats and respect the rhythmic values. Once you feel comfortable with the pace, you can gradually increase the speed.

Remember that regular practice is essential to progress. Give yourself regular rehearsal time to work on these new rhythmic patterns. As you gain confidence and fluency, you will be able to add more nuance and expressiveness to your playing.

With patience and perseverance, you will be able to play “What I've Done” with the rhythmic adaptations you have chosen, while maintaining the integrity of the song. Good practice !

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In this version, the verses are played in the same way as in the beginner version, but this time the left hand plays octaves. This modification adds depth to the sound.

For the choruses, you will have to play each measure with dotted quarter notes, followed by quarter notes, with your right hand, while your left hand will play whole notes.

I recommend that you work on dotted quarter note lesson on piano. This lesson will help you develop your understanding of rhythms and improve your ability to play dotted quarter notes accurately. Make sure you understand the rhythmic value of each note and practice slowly at first, focusing on consistency of tempo and correct placement of notes.

When it comes to dynamics, it's important to play lightly during the verses and play powerfully during the choruses. This will create contrast and add impact to the more intense parts of the song. Take the time to explore different dynamic variations to best express the emotions of the music.

As always, regular practice is essential to progress. Spend time every day working on these new rhythm variations and improving your coordination between both hands. Don't hesitate to divide difficult passages into shorter sections and work on them individually before connecting them. This will help you master the piece more gradually and efficiently.

With patience and perseverance, you will be able to play this version of “What I've Done” with increased depth of sound and well-controlled dynamics. Good practice !

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PIANO

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This version of “What I've Done” matches the original version of the song.

The introductory motif, verses and conclusion are played in eighth notes with your right hand. I recommend that you refer to the lesson eighth notes on piano to help you assimilate this rhythmic pattern. This course will give you detailed explanations on how to play eighth notes smoothly and consistently.

For the choruses, the right hand plays the same rhythmic pattern as in the previous version. However, the left hand now plays eighth-note arpeggios as accompaniment. It is essential to practice the piano arpeggios course well to master this new technique. There you will find specific advice on forming arpeggios and coordinating them with the right hand.

When practicing, focus on maintaining a steady, precise tempo. Work slowly at first, paying particular attention to articulation of eighth notes and coordination between both hands. Then, gradually increase the speed while ensuring clean and precise execution.

Mastering eighth notes and arpeggios is an essential skill for playing “What I've Done” in its original version. Spend regular time practicing and don't hesitate to break down more complex passages into shorter sections to work on them individually.

With patience and perseverance, you will be able to play this version of “What I've Done” with fluidity and confidence, faithfully restoring the original arrangement. Keep practicing and improving, and you will progress quickly. Good practice !

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