03 May

‘Best 5 songs’ to Play on the Piano

The piano is an incredible instrument, and there are many wonderful people that devote their time and energy to exploring it. From classical pianists to piano teachers, there are dozens and dozens of channels dedicated to helping and teaching the piano lovers. In Bollywood, PIANO was an important Instrument to create a song situation especially in the Golden Era of Bollywood. Most leading Actors would be seen playing the piano and singing a song. Nowadays this situation is missing in our movies. It used to be a clever plot of the film director to introduce a song even when the situation didn’t demand it. Sometimes a song starts with a piano and later on switch to dance or some other scenes.

Even in 2020 people prefer to play the top hit songs that are easy and sound really cool on the piano.

1. Pehla Nasha

Pehla Nasha from the film “Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar” is the song which is a super hit and is still remembered for its entire picturization which looked so natural and for its good smoothing music and lyrics. It is one of the best evergreen youthful and romantic songs from Bollywood. The iconic intro music composed by Jatin Lalit on the piano still steals many hearts of the people and it is hard for anyone to miss this special song on Valentine’s Day!

2. Tum Hi Ho

A Bollywood hit of all time for all ages and the most preferred song to be played on the piano is Tum Hi Ho from Aashiqui 2. The magical song is soulful and always touches our hearts, a masterpiece of Arijit Singh which will always be remembered by the Bollywood industry and the jacket scene makes it more memorable. The amazing iconic intro on the piano is hard to miss. Moreover, the main theme of the movie is also composed on the piano which sounds very melodious and forms one of the finest romantic tunes. The overall song is relatively simple and can be played even by beginners.

3. Janam Janam

All SRK fans must be in love with Janam Janam from Dilwale(2015) which fills the atmosphere with complete romance. The song starts off differently if you pay close attention to it. The tempo is completely different. The music beats by Pritam are more refined and smoother. The hook also feels different along with the song being portrayed as a retro scene. The intro sounds really musical on the keyboard and is loved by many as it brings in the emotion of love. The piano also makes a good accompaniment while someone singing along or with another melody instrument.

               

4. Kal Ho Na Ho

Kal Ho Na Ho another great work of SRK which connects to our way of life. The song sung by Sonu Nigam and composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy is quite relaxing and portrays how one can promote the thought of living to the fullest. Listening to the intro music on the piano alone still melts hearts and brings in a lot of emotions, either related to the movie or personal life experiences. The overall song played as a solo on the piano also sounds comforting and complete.

5. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Last but not the least, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, a song that can be best described as the perfect blend of rock and soulful music. Once again Arijit Singh and Pritam Duo turn out to be unparalleled as they put so much soulfulness to do justice to the song and the movie.  The high and lows of the song make it very enjoyable to try various left-hand patterns on the piano. The soft-sounding fast intro on the piano is something difficult in the beginning but easily achievable with practice.

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