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7 thoughts on “Play songs like RIGHT NOW, even before learning the chords.”

  1. Joel Santiago

    Hi. Thank you so much for the detailed video. Just an observation, but the g in the very first song sounds off key. It doesn’t sound right. Thanks

    1. Thank you so much Joel! You’re right! Since the right hand stay on the same spot, the G chord played turns out to be a Gsus4 and if played for too long – it sounds a bit off. An easy trick to fix this would be to switch the right hand thumb from that C to the D right next to it. That way, the right hand will play D and G and those will make it sound more in tune! Gsus4 is a beautiful chord and can sound great as well if not played for too long 🙂

    1. Hi Ivy, I just fixed that link for you and it should work. Let me know if you experience anything like it again! Always here for you to make this the best learning journey for you. 🙂

  2. Dominique Hickson

    Hello Nina!

    Wow! So funny story, because I have been learning your songs on the piano the past four years without knowing a single thing about piano keys, this video just brought me to a new level of learning piano than I ever was at before. Now I can piece together a little bit of knowledge of keys with my previous playing experience. Ready to play 10 more new worship songs!

    Dommy

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