Dolphins Play Everyday (FREE Music – PDF, MP3s, and Video Lesson)


Dolphins Play Everyday is a pre primer/primer level COOL SONG in the key of C Major specifically composed for brand new students – especially younger students who are learning the note names. To help students learn C D E F and G, I have them memorize the saying: “Charlie Does Everything For Gary!” Have FUN playing this COOL SONG! Go on…Have FUN with this!

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With this FREE download you will receive the PDF music as well as three MP3 downloads (described below from the COOL SONGS Package). This fun COOL SONG composed by Jerald Simon, is one of the FREE piano pieces from the COOL SONGS Package. Feel free to print this off, download it, share it, and re-print it. To learn more about Jerald’s COOL SONGS, please visit his website at Watch the video below of Jerald playing Dolphins Play Everyday and teaching the theory of the piece.

When you sign up for the COOL SONGS Package as a piano teacher, you are then licensed to print off the music for the students in your studio. This license never expires for the piano teacher’s studio. They also have access to previous Cool Songs from the annual subscription.

With a COOL SONGS Package, individual piano teachers receive the one new Cool Song every month. Each cool song is emailed as a PDF plus you receive the link to watch the video of Jerald teaching the Cool Song and the theory as well. Each piece has up to three MP3s (some are piano solos only, but most have accompaniment background minus tracks):

(1) The Cool Song at performance speed with Jerald playing the piece so students can hear how it should sound
(2) The Cool Song at performance speed without the piano so students can perform the piece, and
(3) The Cool Song at practice speed where the music has been cut in half of the original speed.

Watch Jerald play Dolphins Play Everyday


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