For the First Time in Forever (you’ll be able to play these amazing tunes on the piano)
To celebrate the release of the “The Lion King” remake, we’ve compiled a list of the easiest Disney songs to play on the piano. So take a trip down memory lane with us…
Warning: The following list could get painfully nostalgic…
➜ Take a look at our sheet music for the best Disney songs
1. Let It Go – Frozen
There isn’t a Disney fan out there who doesn’t know all the lyrics to this tune. Although we advise you don’t play it in public unless you want everyone in the vicinity to start singing along.
Get the piano sheet music of Let It Go
2. A Whole New World – Aladdin
The perfect song if you’re attempting to charm your date. Or if you’re a flight attendant.
3. Married Life – Up
I’m not crying! You’re crying!
4. Circle of Life – The Lion King
This sheet music inspires me to be lazy and feel great about it. I sincerely hope it does the same for you.
5. I’ll Make a Man Out of You – Mulan
My gym motivation.
6. Part of Your World – The Little Mermaid
Of course when Ariel collects random objects, she’s “curious about the world around her” but when I do it I have “a serious hoarding problem”…
Bitterness aside, this is a beautiful song, which you’ll probably have stuck in your head all over again with the upcoming remake of “The Little Mermaid.”
7. Can You Feel the Love Tonight? – The Lion King
Such a romantic song! Although let’s face it, we’re all Timon and Pumbaa, awkwardly third wheeling in the background…
8. Colors of the Wind – Pocahontas
Inspired by Pocahontas’ love of all animals, I decided to reconcile with my cat. It did not end well.
10. Beauty and the Beast – Beauty and the Beast
This Academy-award winning song seems to make everyone teary…because what’s more romantic than Stockholm syndrome?
Why not try playing one of these songs at jellynote.com? We have sheet music for piano, voice and a whole range of other instruments, so get practicing!
Feeling intimidated by the prospect of reading sheet music? Check out our guides on how to read music here.