Play pop songs using the fun Piano by Number method. No musical experience or music reading is required to get started playing Piano by Number songs. All melodies are played by the right hand, and are expressed in numbers so there is no need to read music.
Pop music is based on the “singer-songwriter” style of playing, the accepted format for all pop music at the piano. In this style, the melody is in the right hand (the numbers) and the chords (groups of three keys) are in the left hand.
With numbers, pop songs are easy to explore! Read HOW IT WORKS.
- Suitable for older kids
- Identical to the printed version
- Includes printable PDF of 186 page book with 38 songs
- Packed with songs that you can explore on your own
- Includes printable sticker template
- Free pre-printed stickers sent worldwide if requested
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POP SONGS BY NUMBER contains 38 songs:
A Foggy Day, All I Have To Do Is Dream, Always On My Mind, Bewitched, Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain, Crazy, El Paso, Georgia, Harry Potter, He’ll Have To Go, Hey, Jude, I Fall To Pieces, I Left My Heart in San Francisco, I Walk The Line, I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry, Imagine, Jingle Bell Rock, King of the Road, Love Me Tender, Make The World Go Away, Moon River, My Funny Valentine, My Heart Will Go On, Ring of Fire, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Satisfaction, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Stand By Your Man, Stormy Weather, Strangers in the Night, Theme from The Godfather, We Are the Champions, White Christmas, Yellow Submarine, Yesterday, Your Cheating Heart
MEDIA: We'll email you FREE online access to the 54 minute DVD from Teach Yourself Piano. This DVD is an overview of the entire Piano By Number system and will show you how to play all 12 major and minor chords. You can play this video online on any device.
If you order a printable PDF download, you can either print the pages yourself, or follow the example of the child in the photo below: use a tablet or laptop and play directly from the PDF without printing.