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Wake Me Up – Avicii – right hand tutorial

D F# F# F# B F#

D G G G B G

D F# F# D F#

D D F# F# C# E

E D F# F# F# B

F# D G G G B G

D F# F# D F#

D D F# F# C#

E E D F# B B B B

A F# A D B B B A A

F# A B B B A F# A F#

E D D E F# G A A D D

B B A A A F# A A A F#

E D D D B B B A A F#

A A F# B C# D D C#

B A A A A F# F# E D D

E F# E F# G A

D D B B C#

D D B A A A D B

C# D D B A B B A B

C# D F# F# E D E D

A A A A A A A G

F# E D B B C# D

C# B A A A D B C#

D F# G A D D D B C#

D F# F# G G A D

B A A A F# G F#

F# E D

About Avicii’s piano songs

Avicii’s musical career took off in 2010 after he released a single called “Bromance”. A year after he released a song called “Levels” which gave him a lot more exposure. Despite his young age, Tim Bergling was introduced to the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) and became one of the most popular producers. The Swedish electronic artist developed his sound by producing another hit songs which kept appearing on the radio one by one. One of them is “Wake Me Up” which you can learn following our simple letter notes. The song is fairly simple and shouldn’t give you too much of a struggle. If you want to learn to play other EDM hits on a piano, check our tutorials for Psy’s “Gangnam Style” and Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face”. For now, good luck with “Wake Me Up”!