HAVANA – easy piano song for beginners! + LETTERS!
“Havana” is one of 2017’s top music hits.
Often featured on the radio all over the world, the song currently has 823 million views on YouTube. Formerly one of five singers in Fifth Harmony, Camila decided to part ways with the band and make music under her own name. The song is not really hard to play. It’s based on four chords which repeat throughout the song.
How to play “Havana” by Camila Cabello on the piano.
If you want to learn more songs like these, check our tutorials for “Despacito” and “Échame La Culpa” by Luis Fonsi. The songs mentioned have similar vibe and tempo and are quite easy to learn too! For now, good luck with “Havana” and see you mañana!
How to find letter notes for songs?
Have you ever been looking for piano songs with letter notes? I used to do that a lot but wasn’t able to find a proper lenght song notes in letter format most of the time. That’s why I’ve tried to come up with notes that do the job :). If you like to play keyboard with letter notes, then these notes will suit you perfectly. I hope these will come in handy and you won’t have to spend as much time as I did, when there was no letter notes around.
Easy piano songs? Try letter notes!
I’ve tried a lot of ways to easily learn playing any song on a piano or keyboard as a beginner. I tried playing by ear and with traditional sheet music. I even tried playing with notes specifically prepared for beginners. However, letter notes turned out to be the fastest way. I’m sharing my collection publicly – I’ve also created a tutorial for beginners, which will help you play easy songs in an extremely short amount of time along with the simple notes I’ve included there.
How to play Havana on piano with easy piano sheet music with letters.
I’m a radio type of guy. I always need some music regardless of what I’m doing during the day.
It always kind of eases the routine a little bit. It’s also a great way for me to hear new music. It’s amazing how many catchy songs you can hear on the radio every day. Once I hear something interesting, I immediately think of transcribing it into letter notes and piano notes. That’s exactly what I did with “Havana” by Camila Cabello.