Lean on Me for easy piano


Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me” is another request from a student — an artist. There are many Youtube Tutorials on how to play the parallel chords that follow a partial C major pentascale. I checked several versions online before rewriting it for easy piano.

Again, this is another piece you can easily play with the official video on Youtube, as long as your piano is tuned. Presumably, all electric pianos are well-tuned for this exercise.

Click on the image below to get the single page PDF music score.

Bill Withers' Lean on Me is an exercise in parallel pentascales in the white key of C major.

Bill Withers’ Lean on Me is an exercise in parallel pentascales in the white key of C major.

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