What song did John Lennon play the white piano in?
"Imagine". The piano was sold at auction after his death; the winning bidder was musician George Michael, who donated the piano to a Beatles museum.
John learned to play piano probably in his teens considering his mother played piano and taught him to play the banjo and ukulele. I doubt he learned to read music but Im sure he knew chords when he was a teen. John also taught himself the piano accordion during his teens (which obviously requires piano skills). So the best guess would probably be during his mid to late teens (1956-1958).
Mostly drums and percussion instruments. In a verse to his song "Early 1970" he wrote "I play guitar - A, D, E... I don't play bass 'cos that's too hard for me... I play the piano if it's in C..." Lennon Remembers (a 1971 book of Lennon's post-breakup interviews with Rolling Stone magazine) includes a photo of Starr playing guitar and John Lennon playing drums.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney were the main songwriters of the group. For the most part, all of the Beatles songs were written by Lennon, McCartney or both. John Lennon typically did vocals and rhythm guitar, while Paul McCartney did vocals and bass guitar. Both could also play the piano. George Harrison was the lead guitar player for the group. Harrison also did vocals. He started emerging as a songwriter during the group's time together…
Paul McCartney plays many instruments, a few of which are; guitar, bass guitar, piano, harmonica, recorder, banjo, mandolin, and drums. Paul's drum playing is most notably heard in the song "The Ballad of John and Yoko", which was recorded by only John Lennon and Paul, without the other two Beatles. Paul Mcartney played the bass guitar, the guitar and the piano. However it is said that he couldn't read sheet music????????