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what are all the notes to the harry potter theme song on keyboard?

please help. i want to learn i already know some of the beginning but would like to know all. right hand only i don't care about left hand.
 ilovehp posted over a year ago
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PiiXiiE said:
i don't know if you can read music, but here is a very small picture of the first page or "Hedwig's Theme" (main melody) from Harry Potter and the Sorceror's (Philosopher's) Stone by John Williams. it is in E-minor. the top line only (right hand, or RH) is as follows:
B E G F# E B A F#
E G F# D# F-natural B B
E G F# E B D D-flat C A-flat
C B A# low-A# high-G E

that is the main melody; you can repeat it from there.

hope this helps! n_n


EDIT: or, you can continue with the next part: (i couldn't add the image, but you know the timing of the notes already, right?)

G B G B G C B A# F#
G B A# low-A# low-B high-B G
B G B G D D-flat
C A-flat C B A-natural* low-A# high-G E

*this might be an A# instead. my sheet music is at home; i was reading this online and it was very blurry. i'll check on my actual sheet music later to confirm. :)

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i don't know if you can read music, but here is a very small picture of the first page or "[b]Hedwig's Theme[/b]" (main melody) from [i]Harry Potter and the Sorceror's (Philosopher's) Stone[/i] by [b]John Williams[/b].  it is in E-minor.  the top line only (right hand, or RH) is as follows:
B E G F# E  B A   F#
E G F# D#  F-natural B    B
E G F# E  B D  D-flat C  A-flat
C B A# low-A# high-G E

that is the main melody; you can repeat it from there.

hope this helps!  n_n


EDIT: or, you can continue with the next part: (i couldn't add the image, but you know the timing of the notes already, right?)

G B  G B  G C  B A#  F#
G B A# low-A#  low-B high-B     G
B  G B  G  D  D-flat
C  A-flat C B A-natural* low-A#  high-G E

*this might be an A# instead.  my sheet music is at home; i was reading this online and it was very blurry.  i'll check on my actual sheet music later to confirm.  :)
posted over a year ago 
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Thanx for that notes I usually don't it right
stellasolaria posted over a year ago
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Thanks a lot for sharing..
surmusic posted over a year ago
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Brilliant. Thanks!
JasmineValdez posted over a year ago
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thenovelguy said:
I actually learned this song by watching a cool YouTube tutorial video.

Check out Harry Potter Piano Tutorial Video <==(Watch Video)

The song that is famous is actually called Hedwig's Theme--the theme that plays throughout each movie.

You can check out the tutorial video I am talking about linked above.

Poor Hedwig :(.....
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I actually learned this song by watching a cool YouTube tutorial video.

<b><i><a href="http://reviewcrue.com/979/harry-potter-theme-piano-tutorial/">Check out Harry Potter Piano Tutorial Video</a></b></i> <==(<b><a href="http://reviewcrue.com/979/harry-potter-theme-piano-tutorial/">Watch Video</a></b>)

The song that is famous is actually called Hedwig's Theme--the theme that plays throughout each movie.

You can check out the tutorial video I am talking about linked above.

Poor Hedwig :(.....
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dannyskuldugger said:
This means the note is going up: ^
This means the note is going down: v
Sharp : #
Flat : b

B ^ E ^ G v F# v E ^ B v A v F#
E ^ G v F# v D ^ F v B
B ^ E ^ G v F# v E ^ B ^ D v C# v C
A ^ C v B v Bb v B ^ G v E

G ^ B v G ^ B
G ^ C v B v Bb v F# ^ G ^ B v Bb v C v B ^ B
G ^ B v G ^ B
G ^ D v C# v C v A ^ C v B v Bb v B ^ G v E
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dylin1 said:
I don't know. Maybe look it up?
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TheAncient1 said:
I used to play the violin, and I got a harry potter song book for it, and the notes also worked for the piano :)So I guess you can buy a violin song book, and....tada :D
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waterfall2000 said:
i no how 2 do the whole thing both hands but i dont no how to xplain. sorry! good luck!:)
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