London Bridge Is Falling Down

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Learn how to play another popular nursery rhyme, London Bridge Is Falling Down. Watch the videos below. The first video is an instructional video, teaching you how to play this song. In the second video, the song is played by Flash demo.

This song is played in 4/4 time, which means there are four (4) beats in a measure, and each beat get a quarter note. You will be playing two major chords with the left hand:

C chord, the notes are C-E-G
G chord, the notes are G-B-D

The left hand chords are:

| C | C | G | C |
| C | C | G | C |

Notes on the right hand are:

| E D C D | E E E | D D D | E G G |
| E D C D | E E E | D E D | C |

Watch this Free piano lesson with Flash demos in full size:

Lesson 7Learn Song “London Bridge is Falling Down”

Step 1: Watch how to play the Melody (with the right hand)


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How to play London Bridge Is Falling Down
using Broken Chord pattern:

Broken Chords Pattern

Learn Major Chords

Major Chords

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