Fields Of Gold – Sting

“Fields of Gold” was first released by Sting 1993 and has since been covered by many artists including Cliff Richard, Ellie Goulding, Katie Melua and Eva Cassidy. A really easy and mellow tune to play with a simple repetitive melody, spaning a single octave and only including natural notes – what more could a beginner […]

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Army Dreamers – Kate Bush

“Army Dreamers” is a beautifully written, heart-felt song speaking about the losses of war. I’ve posted this to mark the 100 year anniversary of Armistice Day, the day World War 1 ended a century ago. A lovely song with a gentle melody, I hope you enjoy playing the letter notes below. Army Dreamers – Kate […]

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Sir Duke – Stevie Wonder

The song “Sir Duke” was released in 1977 and was a tribute to Duke Ellington, the influential jazz legend who had died in 1974. A fun tune to play, though it gets quite high pitched later. I hope you enjoy the letter notes below 🙂 Sir Duke – Stevie Wonder was last modified: November 10th, […]

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Tiny Dancer – Elton John

The 1971 song “Tiny Dancer” is a performed by Elton John with lyrics by Bernie Taupin. It has been covered by many artists including Florence + the Machine, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Adam Levine, Tim McGraw and others. It’s quite a high-pitched one, I hope you enjoy playing it 🙂 Tiny Dancer – Elton John […]

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Sixteen Going On Seventeen – The Sound Of Music

“Sixteen Going On Seventeen” is a song from the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical stage show “The Sound of Music” and then later used in the 1965 film featuring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. Another great beginner tune to play, happy practice 🙂 Sixteen Going On Seventeen – The Sound Of Music was last modified: […]

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