Heart and Soul piano play-along — Alternative tune [Part III]

This post will help you learn the alternative traditional tune that can be played with the bass and chords of Heart and Soul. You’ll be able to play it on your own or as a duet!

This blog post is part of a series. Not only will you learn the various parts of Heart and Soul, but you’ll learn how to teach them to a family member. Then, play the duet together or with the ‘Play-along’ videos included in the series.

To learn the alternative traditional tune by rote, watch the following video. Pause as needed to try the steps.

Tutorial for Heart and Soul’s Alternative traditional tune!

Here is a video of the tune up to tempo with good fingering, without talking.

Heart and Soul tune, complete with fingering.

FREE Printable sheet!

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Practice the alternative tune. Once you know it well, teach it to a family member using the steps outlined above.

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