Felitsa – Yanni – free sheet music for atmosphere, crystal piano, grand piano, brass section, cello, english horn and violin. Learn this song on Jellynote with our . Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Yanni Felitsa Sheet Music, Author: KristinaKeenan, Name: Yanni. Free Felitsa piano sheet music is provided for you. Felitsa is composed and produced by Yanni, a Greek pianist, keyboardist, composer, and music producer.

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You need to upgrade to Yanni Fan 4. Seriously, they are very tricky.

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Yanni has no easy music. You spend partitur first 6 months trying to figure out the key, then I wish you luck with the rhythm lol. What instrument do you play? Felitsa is beautiful on any instrument and one of the easier keys.

Rhythm is pretty tricky but you can figure it out. Can’t approach his music from a technical standpoint, it’s too complex. If you pwrtitura it, it will just flow out naturally.


I was able to play Pedro’s part on my flute in 2 or 3 of the Ethnicity songs when I was really into it once, but you could never ask me to do it again LOL. Dear Yanni Fan 2. My Dear enjoy it most of all,don’t struggle with it. Hi there, I play some of Yanni’ music on the piano. I’m kind of like an intermediate level pianist, so I know how you feel, you wanna learn all of them at once but you got to be patient.

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Personally, I have the sheet music for In My Time piano solos, that helps a lot too since yanni has a unique style, however, the songs that I found to be the easiest are: In the morning light, before I go, and To take, to hold You too can be a Yanni-like pianist. I do not play the piano but I play the quena one of the instruments which Pedro Eustaque plays and believed me it is realy hard to follow him.


I always wanted to learn piano. Maybe one day I will learn and the first piece I want to learn is One man’s dream,I love it! It’s partituraa to hear that you play the quena.

Are you from South America? I’m actually from Peru same country as Ramon Stagnaro, Yanni’s guitarrist in the Tribute videoand well I was learning how to play the quena when I was little.

But I couldn’t get used to a wind instrument, so I gave up. I kind of regret that now. I have one that I brought from Peru a few years ago, but I don’t have the time to practice. I decided instead to stick to the piano, since I play at church, I practice that instead. I basically taught myself how to read music, etc. What other songs can you play in the quena? Misahaco, yes I am from South America most precisely from Argentina. Some of these instruments were introduce to native people of my country along time ago.

We adopted them and became part of our heritage.

I was introduce to the quena in when I was in music school. One of my teachers had a music group and after an audition of singing and playing the quena I became part of the band. I had the chance to learn the charango but I did not what a silly! Anyways, the quena is one felitaa my favorites instruments.

Although I am not in the music business now I wish I try to practice patitura most I can. Do you know one of the leyend of the quena? Partiturz is a love story. The first time I heard it I understood the melancholic and sweetness of the quena’s sound. Well, I am getting too melancholic right now because in this partituda moment I am listening to Tibute and Pedro is playing the duduke.


Mishaco I have post a new topic in Yanni’s main forum, it is called “photos for Yanni” I invite you to share some pictures with the members and specially with Yanni, well you can share not only pictures but also post some thoughts if you want. So, you play the piano? One of this days I am going to get help and try to learn. I know it is never late when you want to learn how to play an instrument.

I just play the quena and play, among other songs, “Romance the viento y quena,” Romance of wind and quena “El condor pasa,” “Viva Jujuy,” “El escondido,” some carnavalitos and some gatitos. I wish I can go some day to Peru, my quena is from there, a friend of mine went to the Machu Pichu and she purchased it for me. It is a beauty! I hope I hear from you again Misahaco.

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