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Easy Letter Notes
Simple songs for children and beginners

Part of series: Easy Letter Notes


About the book

Print length: 108 pages

Language: English

Part of series: Easy letter notes


Size: ‎8.5 x 0.2 x 11 inches

Item Weight: ‎‎ 12,6 ounces

Product description

This book was created to provide you everything you need to learn to play the piano extremely fast. Easy Letter Notes make playing the piano available to everyone regardless of innate talent or age.
Play the piano without knowing how to read sheet music – You will start playing in one day!

The JOY of playing your first songs a few moments after receiving this book is indescribable

Don’t waste countless hours learning tedious rules and traditional notation symbols. Use our simple notation – and start playing effortlessly!

Learning to play from traditional notes is difficult. Stop tiring yourself out and instead try our specially simplified not.

Easy learning method - astounding results

 The JOY of playing the first songs a few moments after receiving the book is indescribable.

Even though songs can be played in a fabulously easy way – they retain their accurate and beautiful sound.

You can start playing at any age...!

… no need to be naturally talented or highly skilled.

Playing the piano is also a great way for parents, grandparents, and children to spend time together.

Tried and tested method – already, several thousand people in multiple countries successfully play songs using our letter notation method.

You will easily start playing without any complicated music theory!

“Letter notation is so simple that even a six-year-old can play using it.”

No initial knowledge is required! – Everything you need to know about using this method can be learnt at the beginning of the book.

3 difficulty levels

Each of the songs can be played in 3 difficulty levels. (A detailed description of how to play can be found at the beginning of the book). In this guide you'll find everything you need to know to play piano with Easy Letter Notes.


Play keys only with your right hand, one by one.

You only need to learn the names of the seven piano keyboard keys (C, D, E, F, G, A, B).


Play simultaneously with your right and left hand (the letters inside squares indicate the left keys).

Playing using letter notation, you will feel as if someone is showing you which piano key you should press.


Play simultaneously with your right and left hand – with your left hand, play several notes at once (chords) instead of individual keys.

In the book, you will find a description of how to play chords like it’s child’s play.

Take a look inside the book

Contents (64 SONGS!):

The book includes as many as 64 songs, more than you will find in almost all other books of this kind.

– Basics of learning to play the piano
– Learning to play in three steps
– Frequently asked questions
– Major chords
– Minor chords
– Recordings
– Stickers
– Songs:
Brahms Lullaby
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
If you’re happy and you know it
London bridge is falling down
Mary Had a Little Lamb
One Little Finger
Three blind mice
Twinkle, twinkle little star
Five little ducks
Hickory dickory dock
Are you sleeping brother John?
Itsy bitsy spider
Row row row your boat
It’s raining, it’s pouring
Old MacDonald Had a Farm
Johny Johny Yes Papa
Skip to my lou
Yankee Doodle Dandy
This land is your land
For he’s a jolly good fellow
Oh Susanna
Home, home on the range
A sailor went to sea, sea ,sea
A Tisket a tasked
Alice the camel
All the pretty little horses
America the Beautiful
Baby shark
Do your ears hang low
Five currant buns
Girls and boys come out to play
All Things Bright And Beautiful
Head, shoulders, knees and toes
Hot Cross Buns
Jack and jill
Hey Diddle Diddle
Lavender’s Blue
Little spring song
My bonnie lies over the ocean
Oh Dear, what can the matter be?
Old dan tucker
One potato, two potatoes
Oranges and lemons
Polly Put the Kettle On
Pussycat pussycat
Rain, rain go away
Ring a Ring of Roses
Rock-a-bye baby
Samba lelê
She’ll be coming round the mountain
Sing a rainbow
Sing a Song of Sixpence
The camptown races
The farmer in the dell
The grand old duke of york
The Muffin Man
The Mulberry Bush
This is the day
This Little Light of Mine
This old man.

Now take a look how to play Old MacDonald with our Easy Letter Notes simple songs for children and beginners

Do not postpone starting to play - take the first step!

It's ideal for people who want to quickly start or improve their piano playing and music reading

Try it and fall in love with this method of playing, like the thousands of people who already use it successfully!