O Fortuna Carl Orff Piano Solo Tutorial

O Fortuna Carl Orff Piano Solo Tutorial

[ad_1] In response to a number of requests, here is my first YouTube tutorial. This is on how to play the piano solo version of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana piece «O Fortuna». The sheet music is available in the AMEB’s Piano for Leisure Series 3 Grade 5 book which is available for purchase online in a number from a number of Australian stores.

Here’s one link to get you started, but you can just as easily google it: Good luck and enjoy your practice!

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28 комментариев

  1. hi i like the way you teach the chords . can you please make a tutorial about — DCS MI-8MTV2 Menu Song thanks

  2. I need the Notes sheets please

  3. Fun, yesterday I spent two hours learning your version from your original video and when finally got it right, I have just found you made a tutorial today 🙂 Thanks for it anyway.

  4. Can I get the paper version?Thank you,so great.

  5. hello, i am learning to play piano. man, i am brazilian, i am thankful by the your piano lesson. Você é o Cara!!! (you are The Man!)

  6. Haha yes I get that a bit!

  7. Hugh Jackman plays the piano

  8. sheet ? 🙁

  9. Ur a bloody Aussie. Not many Aussie pianists on YouTube.

  10. Could you just bang a little louder to annoy us more.  You have no musical ability!  ???

  11. Can y please play tsunami

  12. Handsome Guy

  13. Sexy bugger

  14. Good: congratulations

  15. thanks man you're an angel 

  16. cheers matey! love this tune!

  17. muito bom!!!

  18. Nice! Cute you too!

  19. prince ya man

  20. He looks like hugh jackman! 😛

  21. An excellent tutorial, congratulations. I just wantednto ask you a question could you tell me what should I play before the final. I mean in your othe video, the one that's not a tutorial, before you play the ending you inroduce it with several notes which i can't see.

  22. ana dice: gracias guapo tu explicaciòn es excelente. un saludo desde barcelona.

  23. can you play the whole song please?

  24. Thank you so much for this. I'm also having a hard time reaching with my left hand (from D to C using 5-2). Do you recommend instead of 5-2-3-1, playing it 5-1-2(or 3)-1 and moving the thumb from C to D, or is this bad form?
    Also, since you asked for recommendations: I would have liked to see you play the whole thing through, either at the beginning or at the end so I could start and stop easily when trying it on my own. Even better would be once through at a slow tempo and one at regular speed.

  25. gracias por aser este tutorial lo busque portodas partes y alfin lo encontre

  26. Good teacher.. But I'm still failing at the playing at the same time part.. 🙁

  27. gonna learn this as soon as my keyboard arrives in the shipment (just moved) — also with rolling wrists — REMOVE YOUR WATCH! i learned this the hard way.

  28. thanx this is a very helpful tutorial

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