Ever wondered what other pianists are playing online? Here are the best songs to learn on piano.
Here are the top 5 best songs to learn on piano and the most popular songs on Virtual Piano. Trends change daily and people across the world are compelled by entirely different music sheets at different times. What has remained constant, is our global community who return to play some songs a second, third, or even a 10th time! This is as much about the quality of the music sheet as it is about how a piece of music makes people feel. There are thousands of songs people return to, but we've picked out just the top 5. Here we go. Time for you to indulge in the best songs to learn on piano!
1. Happy Birthday
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: 1 (SUPER EASY) | TARGET LENGTH: 00:20
A short and happy tune that is one of the most well-known in the world. The song is usually sung around a birthday cake to celebrate someone's birthday. But whenever you or they are, the recipient of the song will no doubt appreciate the gesture and know you are wishing them well on their special day. Learn how to play happy birthday on piano.
2. Sonata No.16 by Mozart
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: 9 (EXPERT) | TARGET LENGTH: 05:00
This charming Sonata is a pleasure to hear and is considered one of Mozart's easier Sonatas. For this reason, it is sometimes known as Sonata Facile. Once you start playing and the opening bars ring out, you'll be certain that you've heard it before. It's one of the best songs to learn on piano.
3. Astronomia by Vicetone
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: 6 (INTERMEDIATE) | TARGET LENGTH: 01:10
You may know it as the coffin dance meme song or the track that accompanied the famous dancing pallbearers from Ghana. This catchy number was originally released by Russian artist Tony Igy before Vicetone covered it and the song became a global hit. Play Coffin Dance on piano and bring a smile to your face.
4. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: 8 (EXPERT) | TARGET LENGTH: 05:30
Utterly unique and musically surprising, this famous progressive rock song is a family favourite. Known for its various contrasting sections as well as its unusually long length, it has been consistently voted one of the greatest songs ever and is one of the best songs to learn on piano. The added bonus of playing this on the piano is that you can enjoy trying to have a good sing-a-long as well.
5. Fur Elise by Beethoven
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: 6 (INTERMEDIATE) | TARGET LENGTH: 05:05
One of Beethoven's most famous compositions and arguably one of the world's most famous piano pieces. Playing this brings great joy and mastering it brings huge satisfaction.