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Leory
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Only Black Keys

Post by Leory » 21 Jun 2009, 09:48

Hi !

I once heard a song I can't remember the name of, which is played only by black keys by one person , and only white keys by the other person (not sure about this one though).

On piano it goes like :
M - represents F# and A# together

D# C# F#(low) M(high) M(high)
D# C# F#(low) M(high) M(high)
D# C# F#(low) F#(high) D#(low) D#(high) C#(low) C#(high) C#(high)


I would appriciate if anyone can tell me the name of this song because i'm looking it for years!


Thanks! jkl

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Re: Only Black Keys

Post by Gill the Piano » 22 Jun 2009, 18:22

Sounds like 'Chopsticks' to me; try 'chopsticks piano' on You Tube and see what comes up. Not sure it's written down, though - every child seems to learn it by ear!
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Re: Only Black Keys

Post by Leory » 23 Jun 2009, 20:28

Nope that's not the one (it doesn't use only black keys as well) but following your post i searched on youtube and found it !!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRQvdjBydN4
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I guess the name is "Across Black Keys"

Thanks ! :D

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Re: Only Black Keys

Post by Gill the Piano » 23 Jun 2009, 23:27

Well I've always known it as Chopsticks...anyone else?
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