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- Colin Nicholson
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Here we go...... play & hold LH note once, only repeating the RH X times
C#.... G# C# E (4 times)
B .... G# C# E (4 times - same RH notes)
A .... A C# E (4 times - should be 2 times, but who cares)
F# .... A D F# (4 times)
G#.... G# C F# (4 times - the note C is B# in the real music)
C#.... G# C# E (2 times)
C#.... C# (hold for about 4 beats - semibreve)
Have a go!
Amazing Grace is another nice song, again there are nice easy arrangements out there for beginners.
A folk song I teach some adult pupils is Drunken Sailor as this incorporates chords in the right hand.
And a simple 12 bar blues. (With this you can usually type out your own basic arrangement.