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We Don’t Talk About Bruno – Piano Tutorial with Letter Notes

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Would you like to learn how to play the notes from the song We Don’t Talk About Bruno on the piano? You’ve come to the right place!

We Don’t Talk About Bruno is a song from Disney’s animated film Encanto, released in 2021. Composed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the song quickly gained in popularity, going viral on social networks, notably on TikTok. Users created numerous videos inspired by the song, contributing to its widespread streaming and rise in the music charts, including the Billboard Hot 100.

In Encanto, We Don’t Talk About Bruno is performed by several members of the Madrigal family. The song deals with the character of Bruno, Mirabel’s mysterious uncle, who possesses the ability to see the future. However, his predictions have often been misinterpreted or caused misunderstandings, leading the family and village to fear him and avoid talking about him. The song is structured as a musical ensemble, with different family members recounting their experiences and perceptions of Bruno. Each section of the song features a slightly different musical style, reflecting the singers’ unique personalities and perspectives, making it a dynamic and engaging piece with smooth transitions between the varied styles and rhythms.

To learn how to play this piece on the piano, we’ll guide you step by step in this article, to give you all the keys to playing it to perfection.

We’ll start with the notes for the right hand, then move on to those for the left. Finally, we’ll combine both hands to play the whole piece. This tutorial includes images and videos to make your learning more enjoyable and interactive.

At the end of the article, you’ll be able to download the score of the song in PDF format, so you can play it wherever you are.

If you’re ready, let’s get started!

Bonus : you can also learn to play this song at your own pace on our interactive piano learning app La Touche Musicale.

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We Don't Talk About Bruno on the piano: finding your way around the keyboard

Before plunging into the magical world of Encanto, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the piano keyboard. To do so, take a look at the image below:

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The name of the notes on a piano keyboard.

Look closely at the diagram of the piano keyboard above. You’ll notice that the black keys follow a regular pattern: two keys, then three, and this is repeated along the entire length of the keyboard.

To start exploring the notes, concentrate on the groups of two black keys. The white key immediately to the left of each group is the C note. This way, you can easily locate all the C notes on your keyboard. Use this method to identify the other notes based on the groups of black keys.

Playing notes to the left of the keyboard takes you down into the lower register, while playing to the right takes you up into the upper register.

This is essential to mastering We Don’t Talk About Bruno. Once you’ve mastered these concepts, practice regularly to familiarize yourself with all the notes on the piano. If you find it difficult at first, associate each note with a specific color to make it easier to identify. You can also learn to recognize the intervals between notes, which will make it easier to find them.

We Don't Talk About Bruno : playing the notes with the right hand

Where to start?

Congratulations, you now know your way around a piano keyboard! Now we’re ready to dive into Encanto’s musical universe with We Don’t Talk About Bruno.

To start with, we’ll show you the first note to play with the right hand: D#.

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The note D# is the first note to be played with your right hand for the piano piece We Don't Talk About Bruno.

The notes of the right hand

Congratulations! You’ve successfully played the first note with your right hand on your keyboard. Now we’re going to learn all the other notes for the right hand.

D# – C – D# – C – D# – D – B – D# – C – D# – C – D# – F – D – G – G – D# – G – G – D# – D# – F – D# – F – D# – F – G – F – G – G – G# – G – A# – G# – G – F – D# – A# – D# – G – D# – C – D – D – G – G# – G# – G# – G# – D# – G# – D# – G – C – D – D# – F – G – G# – G – C – D – D# – F – G – G# – G – C – D – D# – F – G – G# – A# – G# – F – G# – F – G# – G – D – G# – F – G# – F – G# – A# – G

Did you manage to play all these notes? To help you, try to identify the musical notes that repeat. At first sight, this piece may seem complex, but by identifying the passages where the notes repeat, you’ll be able to play it with greater ease.

Once you’re comfortable with the right-hand notes, we’ll move on to learning the left-hand ones.

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We Don't Talk About Bruno on the piano: the notes of the right hand.

Video tutorial

To make learning easier, we suggest you watch this video, which shows all the notes to be played with the right hand.

This video will help you familiarize yourself with the location of each note and the rhythm to follow. You’ll be able to synchronize your keyboard playing with the notes displayed on the virtual keyboard.

Feel free to watch this tutorial as many times as necessary to fully assimilate the information.

Video tutorial of the notes to play with the right hand for the song We Don’t Talk About Bruno

Congratulations, you’ve now mastered all the notes for the right hand! Now let’s move on to learning the notes for the left hand.

What’s the difference between the roles of the hands on the piano? The right hand generally plays the main melody, while the left hand accompanies this melody by playing chords or basses.

Play the notes ofWe Don't Talk About Bruno with the right hand on an interactive app

La Touche Musicale app waits for you to play the right note with your right hand on your piano before moving on to the next one.

We Don't Talk About Bruno playing the notes with the left hand

Where to start?

For the left hand, we’ll follow the same procedure as for the right hand.

First, we’ll identify the first note to be played: the note F

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The note F is the first note to be played with your left hand for the song We Don't Talk About Bruno on piano.

The notes of the left hand

Congratulations on successfully playing the first notes of the left hand of We Don’t Talk About Bruno on your piano! Excellent work! Now let’s continue by playing all the left-hand notes in succession. Just play them one by one on your keyboard.

F – G – G# – G# – D – G# – D – G – G – G# – D – F – G – G – B – G# – G – G – G – G# – G – D – G# – G – G – G# – G – D – G# – F – C – F – G – G – G# – G – C – G# – G – D – G# – F – G# – C – G – G – G – G# – D# – G – C

Have you managed to play all the notes with your left hand? To improve your playing, practice repeating these notes over and over until you feel comfortable.

Once you’ve done that, you can move on to learning Encanto’s famous music by playing with both hands simultaneously.

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We Don't Talk About Bruno on the piano: the notes of the left hand.

Video tutorial

To make things easier for you, we’ve put together a video tutorial.

We recommend that you watch this video to make learning more enjoyable. Play the notes displayed on the on-screen virtual keyboard on your piano.

At first, you can slow down the pace of the video to familiarize yourself with the musical notes.

Video tutorial of the left hand notes for the song We Don’t Talk About Bruno

Play the notes of We Don't Talk About Bruno with the left hand on an interactive app

The La Touche Musicale app waits for you to play the correct note with your left hand on your piano before moving on to the next.

Congratulations, you’ve now mastered every note of We Don’t Talk About Bruno.

We’ll now guide you through synchronizing your two hands so that you can play the entire tune with both hands simultaneously.

We Don't Talk About Bruno on the piano: play the song with both hands

Advice

Playing the piano simultaneously with both hands can be a challenge, especially for beginners. Coordinating the movements of both hands while maintaining a precise rhythm can seem complex. Fortunately, the La Touche Musicale application allows you to progress at your own pace, offering invaluable support.

To overcome this obstacle, practice exercises in which each hand plays different scores at different rhythms. This will help you improve hand coordination.

To make further progress, record yourself playing, or play in front of others. This will enable you to identify and correct certain mistakes.

Remember to be patient and not too hard on yourself. Fun and enjoyment are essential to progress.

we don't talk about bruno piano notes both hands

We Don't Talk About Bruno on the piano: the notes of both hands.

Video tutorial

In this last video, you’ll learn how to play We Don’t Talk About Bruno with both hands simultaneously on the piano. Follow the notes on the screen and play them on your keyboard. If the pace of the video is too fast, you can slow it down or pause it.

However, pausing to adjust your fingers or go back can be tedious. For a smoother experience, consider using the La Touche Musicale application. This interactive application accompanies you as you learn, and can be connected directly to your piano. It will wait for you to play the notes correctly before moving on. We recommend that you use this application in conjunction with our guide for optimum progress.

What’s more, our app offers a vast selection of tunes to suit all styles and skill levels. Whatever your level, it will help you progress and perfect your playing. Are you ready to join us now?

Video tutorial to play the notes of both hands of the song We Don’t Talk About Bruno on the piano.

Play the notes of We Don't Talk About Bruno with both hands on an interactive app

The La Touche Musicale app waits for you to play the right notes with both hands on your piano before moving on to the next.

Well done! You’ve successfully interpreted We Don’t Talk About Bruno on piano. You can be proud of your performance. However, to maintain this positive momentum, it’s essential to keep practicing. We invite you to discover three other tutorials that are sure to catch your interest:

Download the free piano sheet music of the song We Don't Talk About Bruno in PDF

The main aim of this article was to guide you through learning We Don’t Talk About Bruno on the piano. However, we think it would be beneficial for you to have a score at hand, enabling you to play this piece wherever you are. To download the score, please click on this link.

If you’re looking for a personalized learning experience, tailored to your own pace and needs, we also recommend downloading our La Touche Musicale app.

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