This post will help you learn the catchy little tune 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 tune by rote, watch the following video. Pause as needed to try the steps.
Here is a video of the tune up to tempo with good fingering, without talking.
Fine-tune the fingering
The following video is a real lesson helping a student better understand the fingering of the tune. It can help you trouble-shoot if your fingers get in a tangle.
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Practice the tune. Once you know it well, teach it to a family member using the steps outlined above!
Ready for more?
Learning and Playing the Duet
Heart and Soul piano play-along — Duet videos [Part IV] No duet partner at home? Play along with these YouTube videos!
Are you a piano teacher? To unlock this amazing nine-part Heart and Soul series, start here: Piano play-along duets for families at home: Heart and Soul [Teacher intro]
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