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Nuvole Bianche
Ludovico Einaudi Lyrics


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That's what this piece gives me.

Hope that one day I'll be able to believe people when they say everything is going to get better.

Hope that one day I'll be able to believe my friends when they say I'm beautiful.

Hope that one day I'll be happy with myself.


It's a beautiful feeling.


I learned to play this by breaking it down into sections and drilling one section a day for several hours, or until I was confident.
* Here's my method: *
Section 1 = 0:03 - 0:32
Section 2 = 0:33 - 0:56
Section 3 = 0:57 - 1:21
Section 4 = 1:22 - 1:47
Section 5 = 1:48 - 2:14
Section 6 = 2:15 - 2:59
Section 7 = 3:00 - 3:28
Repeat sections 1 - 7
(Finale) Section 8 = 5:42 - 6:17
I really hope this helps someone! Good luck!


I will learn to play this. Whether it take a month a year or 10. I will come back to this comment when I am done.

Edit: Thursday 18th June 2020

Wow. I am quite emotional right now as I have just for the first time finished playing the whole piece start to finish. The support from this comment has been so overwhelming and touching. I had just posted this comment as an individual reminder to make sure I follow through with my dream of being able to play this magnificent piece so you can imagine my shock when I saw the response. I never forgot about this comment as some may have thought and the combined support from everyone really helped me make that dream a reality. So to everyone that commented or liked - Thank You.

I think you all deserve an explanation of how my journey went so here it goes right from the start:

I am 19 and a complete novice pianist. I have had no experience with any musical instrument and have no knowledge of any music theory. Whilst studying for exams 2 years ago I stumbled upon classical music and gradually started to fall for the beauty found within a piano. By listening to Rousseau I would constantly listen to 3 of his covers. Für Elise, River Flows in You and Nuvuole Bianche. I wished I could play all of them but they all seemed so difficult. A few months later I, quite randomly, decided to play the piano in my house that I hadn't touched in years. After messing around for a while I remembered the dream I had to be able to play the Piano, even if it was just one piece. So I started to learn Für Elise. At the start it was difficult but gradually I learnt and got better. All the knowledge I gained was from YouTube tutorials and it took me a few weeks before I could properly play Für Elise (without all the hard parts of course). Once I had learned to play Für Elise I had enough confidence to start leanring River Flows in You. I spent months learning and refining my skills till again I had managed it. Then there was Nuvuole Bianche. I still dreamt of being able to play it but watching Rousseau's hands fly over the notes just made it seem like this piece was out of my capability. Fast forward a few more months and I was heading off to university. I did not have access to a piano when I was at university however it was within those first few weeks there that I posted this comment. I still wanted to learn this piece but I set myself a reminder so that I wouldn't forget when I went back home. Over the 2019 Christmas break I learned the first 30 seconds of the piece then went back to University. Then, as we all know, the Coronavirus hit. In late March I was sent home for the rest of the semester. I truly do believe that every cloud has a silver lining and so the silver lining in my case was that although the world seemed to be falling apart I was able to complete my mission to learn Nuvuole Bianche. So little by little I learnt. I am a perfectionist at heart so I wouldn't move on till I had mastered the bit I was leaning. I won't lie and say I spent hours every day learning because I didn't. I could have learnt the piece faster and I could have put more time every day but it turns out that the journey to mastering it was just as satisfying as the end result.

To anyone who is thinking of learning this piece - just do it. You will ready many comments saying how easy this piece is whereas if you are anything like me you may think the opposite. Believe that you can do it and go for it. I hope this story can inspire maybe just one person to learn this piece or maybe to pursue something you have been putting off but have dreamt of being able to do. Anyway I have written way to much so I will end by saying


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Nuvole Bianche... in English "White Clouds", the title fits Ludovico's composition so well, tranquil, calm, effortless, floating. Ludovico receives a lot of negativity from the classical world due to his simplicity, though I think the simplicity of his work is also the beauty of his work. It's not trying too hard to evoke complex emotions or challenge audiences, it's creating a canvas for you to get lost in your own thoughts, and I think everyone needs a little bit of that sometimes. Hope you have an excellent Monday.

『Yüme̷ Níght 』


Fred Kun

Simplicity is what makes us perfect in a sense. Sometimes the most simple things can hold so many deep meanings. Sometimes the most simple thing is hard to understand. Tbh everyone has different taste, we should learn to respect that. His music personally touched my soul. I can hear this music play in an orchestra of my imagination and it's great.


That's such a beautiful and perfect description

Anmar Al-Tamimi

I love einaudi works, a personal favourite of mine which I have played and listened to many times is called divenire, it's increbile. He is increbile

Gloria Jane Edmund

You put them into such eloquent sentences. Exactly what I feel too :' Thank you for this!

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Not Raelyn

"We all speak different languages, but music is a language we all understand."


Berk Can Ucar

Mathematics are such a language, too.


@Sire Vice Indeed


¨We all¨ is a bit too bold as deaf people don't understand it. I know he just wanted to praise music though.

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