Don't Stop Believin', as performed by Journey, arranged for easy piano, in the key of C major, by Jennifer Eklund of F.M. Sheet Music. This version contains all of the main themes of the song in a slightly condensed version. The right hand remains primarily in a 5 . Jun 03, · Want to know how to perform Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" on your piano or keyboard? Learn how with this free video piano lesson. While this tutorial is best suited for intermediate players, pianists of all skill levels can play along given a little sticktoitiveness. For more information, and to get started playing this song on your own keyboard instrument, watch this how-to! Now as we play this, and we’re going to show it to you in slow motion, there’s a counter rhythm that’s played. It looks like this. And we’re always playing the top two notes of the chords that we just learned followed by the bottom note alternating like this.
Back to an E. Play it at normal speed, it looks like this. You want to make sure you can get these first chunks solid — playing with your left hand while tapping with your right. To an A. This process is how you take hands together VERY incrementally so that each step is just a bit above the last step.
All I want you to practice for this part is moving between the chords. In super slow mo, the second half looks like this. Are you ready? G sharp minor, A, E. And then we go to an A chord, which is an A, a C sharp, and an E.
The parts that we get stuck at are the parts we have to drill in more. How we practice those transitions is by first practicing only those three notes that are part of the transition. I like to play it with octaves in my left hand, which looks like this. Lastly, my free course, Become a Piano Superhuman , includes more strategies for helping you learn piano faster. Then we add another note to it. You got it so far?