#1
My guitar teacher played this Yes song on the piano today and it sounded great. He didn't remember the name of the track but maybe one of you can name it. It is a very melodic piece of music in the major key that sounds sort of balladish. The piano must really stand out.
#2
Hmm.. could you be any more specific at all.

Yes hasn't stopped releasing albums since the early 70s (when they started) It'd be hard to pick a song just from that.
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Yeah, that could be almost any yes song. Is it a well known riff or not? If it is that would help.
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Hmm.. could you be any more specific at all.

Yes hasn't stopped releasing albums since the early 70s (when they started) It'd be hard to pick a song just from that.


yeah yes has close to 150 songs released in all and almost every one has a piano/keyboard in some way.
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Roundabout, I'm pretty sure.
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