Happier Than The Morning Sun – Stevie Wonder Cover

Man, how I’ve always loved this beautiful Stevie Wonder tune Happier Than The Morning Sun. Took me some time, but I finally grew a pair and actually covered it.

I made another cover! Finally. 🙂

I’ve been playing around with Happier Than The Morning Sun for some time now and finally decided just to record it. Is it perfect? Hardly. Will it help as a next step to getting me back on track to doing this more often, absolutely.

After putting in tons (8 months+ full-time, 50hrs+ weeks) hours into setting up the new free-to-play Piano Lingo platform (yes, that’s FREE to play, as in: you can learn how to play piano here for free – try it out here) I’m back to creating content. Finally.

Happier Than The Morning Sun has been one of my favorites for so long now, and thus sitting on my list of “to-cover one day” that I thought it was about time now.

I personally really like how the original Clav part translates to the piano this way.

What do you think?

You can find a keys-only, animated-overhead view (or in other words the famous CoutCam video) to learn the keys part perfectly, in the Piano Lingo members area.

What would you like me to cover next?

Hope you’ll enjoy this one.



Bruno Mars – When I Was Your Man | Cover – Tutorial *Update*

Piano Couture is evolving. Bruno Mars is too. At least; I’ve evolved my When I Was Your Man tutorial to a full fledged Deluxe Tutorial with all parts now clearly explained. In this post, holding a MUCH requested updated version of this very popular tutorial of mine (over 450,000 Youtube hits at the moment of … Read more

John Lennon – Jealous Guy | Cover – Tutorial

Yes, I made another cover! This time one of my favorite tracks, John Lennon’s fantastic “Jealous Guy” (tip: also check out versions by Donny Hathaway and Gavin DeGraw) is up. Although it’s again a snippet, since I was actually just fooling around a bit on the keys when I felt like singing this. Co-incidentally, the … Read more

Coldplay – Atlas

And what an absolute magical track this is. As we’ve seen quite a few times already, Chris Martin (singer and pianist of Coldplay) really knows how to put his chords and patterns to good use. He is a truly marvellous example of a Pop-Pianist.

This new song of theirs, yet again holds a wonderful (and quite extensive, 14 different chords/voicings for just the verse) chord progression using really nice voicings and inversions and a hauntingly beautiful broken-chord pattern.

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