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any help?
by: Anonymous

I notice this is not the right place for this topic but i don't know where else to put it:
I've been trying to figure out the left hand of the rhodes piano in "we come together" by goldfish.

the bass line i believe is : c, Bb, a, g#,g. I was hoping you could help me find the chords that go along with those notes. I've got the right hand down, unless some of the chords are played with the right hand, but i hear it as the melody mainly. If it's any help they sound like a mix of 7th chords. Please get back to me, if you do that would be great.

my-fault, got it
by: Tiby

Hi again,

Please ignore my last comment. I took a closer look and saw you gave me everything. Sorry about that.

Also,how can I correlate the left hand with the right one?
To play with both hands, I usually practice very slowly with both hands and speed them up at the same time...
However, here the left hand is much faster then the right one,so how can I find a way to correlate them so my melody can keep a steady slower rhythm ? (assuming my left hand arpeggios follow the required faster rhythm)



A little clarification
by: Tiby

Hi Ido,

Thanks for taking the time to reply to me. I have some experience in reading piano sheets, so I think I can decipher this one, however, I don't know anything about chords - except basics (and don't have the time to read all that theory on them right now - although I know this is the advised way).

Do your notations under the sheet show the actual order in which I should play this chords? If yes, I see you showed two versions of F, but you didn't specify which is which under the sheet.

Or should I play them as they appear in the sheet? (F(1) then F(2) then Gm then Am then Dm then C then Bb).

Sorry for troubling you with this.


The left hand in song - 'Healing waters'
by: Ido from www.pianoplayit.com

Hi Tiby,

This music is nice for meditation...

I wrote down the chords of this piece.
You can learn how to play each of the chords from the piano sheet that I have added. Afterwards you can apply them into the chord progression below.

The accompaniment in the left hand is built on chords which come in the format of arpeggios. Notice that all of the chords in this piece are arpeggiated in the same way.

You may find it very helpful to read our
piano chord section and to practice arpeggios.

Let me know how you got along.

the bass lines for Healing Waters.

Ido from www.pianoplayit.com

Healing Waters

F, F (1st version)

  • From now on the F is played as the 2nd version.







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