How to learn playing pop songs on the piano using letter notes.
The supergroup Fifth Harmony has been consistent with putting out smash hits throughout the years. One of them is “Worth It”, which combines pop, trap and that sought after saxophone sound from a few years ago!
Believe me, this one is really fun to learn! We’ve prepared a music sheet with letter notes to help you learn the song easily! Just follow the notes and play corresponding keys.
Tutorial for beginner piano and keyboard players.
This superhit got a lot of people hum along for months! The main melody is played on saxophone but you can easily play it on piano or keyboard and we’ll show you how! In the video we’ve provided, you can see when and which keys to play. For an easier practice, make sure to use our Easy Letter Notes stickers. If the tempo is too fast, feel free to slow down the video and practice the hardest parts separately.
This song might even be better for a keyboard as you can choose a saxophone sound. This way, hearing the proper sound will help you with the performance.
Sometimes it’s also good to take a break from practicing and reset your mind, so make sure you take 10-minute pauses during the practice. Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It” might not be the easiest comparing to other songs we provide but in the end, when you master it, it will be far more satisfying, than any other easier songs. If you like Fifth Harmony and want to learn more of their songs, make sure to check out our “Work From Home” tutorial.