Homage to God rays - Bayan + Violin composition in honor of the video game graphics effect "god rays" [with sheet music]. Music builds towards the sun comin up and showing it's golden god ray goodness at 2:00 youtu.be/88QSpbaojtg
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"Homage to God rays" - Violin + Bayan composition in honor of the video game graphics effect "god rays" [with sheet music]. Music builds towards the sun comin up and showing it's golden god ray goodness at 2:00 youtu.be/88QSpbaojtg
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Old Sheet Music/Music Books

Like an old bookstore with old and used books, is there anywhere in Vancouver to browse for old music books and stuff?

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Does anybody sheet music/ musical notation for [#46 BEASTARS -will-] ?

Any help would be really appreciated!

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Please help me find this sheet music, Music Reddit.

Ever since I was little, I have loved the movie, Mr Magorium's Wonder Emporium. It's about an old man and a young lady. This mans toy store, is magic. So magic. But... As all do, he dies, and the magic begins to fade. The walls lose colour and the toys do too. The young lady does not believe she can bring it back, but through her love for the store and the loving memories of our old man, Magorium, she does.

The score is beautiful.

Before he dies, there is a scene with the score called 'The Flight of Magorium,' I hope the clip sparks your heart, and I hope you can find sheet music for this score, because I can not.

Reddit. This reminds me of my grandad. This reminds me of my childhood, and even though I can't play a lick of piano or anything besides a snare drum or a kazoo... I want this music. I want to save it. I want it at my wedding, or at any major event in my life. I want it as my funeral song. Just playing it to upload the link literally made tears fall, and I had to seek out my mum to give her a big cuddle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoBLFjCA-XI The scene. Please watch it and share my compassion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyC0YP_okQM Clear score, no dialogue from Magorium, no paper noise. Please, please find this.

To try and spark this compassion still... Here are a few quotes from this movie.

"When King Lear dies in Act V, do you know what Shakespeare has written? He's written, "He dies." That's all, nothing more. No fanfare, no metaphor, no brilliant final words. The culmination of the most influential work of dramatic literature is "He dies." It takes Shakespeare, a genius, to come up with "He dies." And yet every time I read those two words, I find myself overwhelmed with dysphoria. And I know it's only natural to be sad, but not because of the words "He dies." but because of the life we saw prior to the words."

β€œYou see these shoes? I found them in a little shop in Tuscany and fell in love with them so entirely I bought enough to last my whole life!” β€œThese are my last pair.”

"Life is an occasion. Rise to it."

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Sheet music/musical people, please help me.

Is there a way to illustrate a "Cadence" as per the musical term?

My Daughters name is Cadence, I want to get a tattoo in relation to her name, but not just the letters of her name.

Thanks a bunch

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Looking for sheet music music, jazz in particular.

Just as the title says im look for a good place to find sheet music for bass lines and maybe guitar parts as well. I find alot of piano and vocal sheet music but never any bass sheet music. Im looking for something cheap ( I really dont see the need in buying complete orchestra parts for just a bass line). So if you fellow bass players have any suggesting that would be great!! Cheers!

While here I might as well mention that I'm actually looking for this song [Airmail special] (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVWYmMMISQA) for a show coming up. (It would probably take me a life time to learn this song by ear). Thanks for all the help!!!

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"Let it Go" Sheet Music (Music Box Version)

I know there are other posts with sheet music for the song, "Let it Go" but I was wondering if anyone had a music box one in particular.

I bought a Music Box Kit (http://www.amazon.com/Kikkerland-Make-Your-Own-Music/dp/B000HAUEFY) and am trying to punch in the song "Let it Go" but can't find sheet music that will work.

The song must be in C-Major. I was wondering if anyone could help me find a version I could use, or help me transpose an existing version?

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Guild Wars (Piano) Sheet Music (music, 16 tracks) radd.it/r/Guildwars2/comm…
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[OFFER] Music transcription. I’ll write sheet music/guitar tab for any song (from $5)

I’m a multi-instrumentalist with loads of free time on my hands. If there’s any music you want to learn but can’t find the sheet music music or guitar tab (or even if it’s a song you wrote yourself) I can learn it by ear and write it out for you.

I work in guitarpro and sibelius so I can offer you the project files as well as an ordinary PDF. If you want sheet music transferred to guitar tab or guitar tab transferred to a guitarpro file I can do that for you. If you want multiple instruments transcribed for one song I can do that as well, I’ve done many full arrangements for people.

Here are my estimated prices per minute of music per instrument:

$5 for under 1 minute of music

$10 for 1-3 minutes

$15 for 5 minutes

Send me a DM with a link to your music and I’ll be able to tell you how much it’ll cost.

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Sheet Music Signed by Rob Thomas!

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Learn more at hobmusicforward.org.

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ISO New Age Harpists / Sheet Music

I am a harp teacher and have a student who is interested in New Age music (in addition to interests in Wiccan music and renaissance music). I am looking primarily for harpists who have sheet music/music books of new age harp music or something similar that I could adapt to harp. Also, if there’s any new age harpists you’d recommend for me to check out, audio links are definitely welcome too. I’m already familiar with Andreas Vollenweider, he’s great!

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The r/piano 2013 Ultimate Christmas Sheet Music Collection

UPDATE: PLEASE REFER TO THE NEWER 2014 ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS SHEET MUSIC COLLECTION FOR MORE SELECTIONS AND FIXED LINKS!

Hey everyone, OnaZ and I realized that we should have a post like last year's for gathering a whole bunch of Christmas/Holiday/Wintry piano sheet music together in one place.

I'm too busy to scour the interwebs again this year for music, so this is mostly a copy & paste from last year's 2012 Ultimate Christmas Music Collection post, just with some cleaning up and fixing broken links.

We've got beginner to intermediate to advanced; traditional, contemporary, holiday classics, pop, jazz, and even classical. Most of it's free, but there are a few $2-$5 sheets that are worth it as well. Hopefully there's something for everyone here to learn over the holidays for your own enjoyment, for impressing family & friends, and for sharing with the /r/piano community!

Please post any other favourite arrangements you know of in the comments -- This is a list-in-progress!

The List:


Traditional - Beginner

A whole bunch of free Beginner/Intermediate Christmas sheet music links are compiled here:

  • http://freebies.about.com/od/freeholidayfun/tp/free-christmas-sheet-music.htm.

Some of the sites referenced:

  • http://www.mfiles.co.uk/christmas-music-and-carols.htm (~40 pieces)

  • http://www.gmajormusictheory.org/Freebies/Holidays/ChristmasDEC.html (~40 pieces)

  • http://cantorion.org/musicsearch/type,instruments,sort/Christmas+Carol,Piano,downloads-desc/1 (~20 pieces)

  • http://piano.about.com/od/holidaypianomusic/l/bl_Christmas-Piano-Sheet-Music.htm (7 pieces)

  • http://musiced.about.com/od/lessonsandtips/a/xmasxmeets.htm (~30 pieces)

  • free-scores (~100 pieces)


Traditional - Early Intermediate

  • http://www.take-a-piano-sheet-music-break.com/free-christmas-sheet-music.html (~30 pieces, including some Brazilian music!)

Intermediate/Advanced Classics

  • NEW The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) - sheet (also see
... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Playing with sheet music

I recently began teaching myself how to play piano. I've had years of exposure to sheet music (musical theatre) and I know how to read music (albeit slowly) and play out my melody lines. I also come from a background of guitar, where I mastered chords but never really got the hang of scales.

My knowledge of chords and basic music theory translated pretty quickly to piano chords and I think I've got the hang of the whole chord thing, and for the most part, I can play songs that I know from guitar on the piano and it sounds reasonably good (I haven't quite figured out the tempo and stuff either).

At any rate, I feel like I need to get the hang of playing actual notes rather than straight-up chords, and I have some fake books and easy piano books of Disney and some of my favorite artists that I've been messing around with. It's really, really slow.

I guess my question is this: is it just a matter of repetition and practice, or is there a technique to picking up sheet music on piano that can make my life easier?

tl;dr: best way to learn to read sheet music and play it on the piano.

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16th century knives with sheet music on them, so guests can sing together at the end of the meal. Each knife seems to have a different harmony.
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My piano sheet music book arrived!
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[OC] For those learning to read sheet music

https://imgur.com/a/irLh5gt

Something I put together to help myself learn the upper position notes (up to the 12th fret). Thought others might find this useful.

Edit: Someone commented that they prefer octaves to be separated by C instead of E. If you fall into that camp, here is an alternate version: https://imgur.com/mQqTzdB

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Where to get your sheet music from...
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Notes engraved on plates by hand and sheet music printed. British PathΓ© 1936. v.redd.it/1q6fn7bdusv61
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[OFFER] I will transcribe songs into accurate sheet music!

What's up Reddit, I'm back again! I hope you all are doing fine. My name is Matheus and I'm a pianist/music transcriber. I've been transcribing music for many years, working with music for piano, guitar, bass, voice, trumpet, violin and many other instruments. My experience allows me to offer you good quality transcriptions as acurrate as it can be, so you can enjoy playing that song you always wanted to but never found sheets!

My transcriptions are all made by ear, using only as an aid a software to slow down and change pitches, plus the notation software, which means I sit down and listen carefully to your piece to figure out every chord/note out of it, avoiding any automated progam that can lead to mistakes. Here are some examples of my work:

-Audio 1

-My transcription 1

-Audio 2

-My transcription 2

-Audio 3

-My transcription 3

-Audio 4

-My transcription 4

-Audio 5

-My transcription 5 (Musescore)

If needed, you can ask me other examples of something specific, it will be a pleasure.

I can deliver to you the piece of music in many formats, such as a PDF, MIDI, XML, Synthesia video, MP3 or the original sheet music editor file, from Finale or MuseScore. Other formats also may be avaliable if you need something specific.

My price is $5 USD per minute of music for monophonic instruments (Like Flute, Trumpet, bass...) and $10 USD per minute of music for polyphonic instruments (Like piano, Organ...). My main payment method is through PayPal, but I'm open to discuss other options and always happy to chat with you about any concerns/doubts you may have.

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16th century knives featuring sheet music, so dinner guests can join together in song after the meal
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Am I the only one who thought that Ugh sounded like classical music when I first heard it? Music by Sheet Music Boss v.redd.it/gv82ou9dveu61
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This is something our grandpa wrote. My brother has been actively playing the piano for almost 7 years, but he doesn't know how to play this (chords, I think), he only knows to play by the notes - sheet music. How can we interpret this so he could understand and play it?
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I don’t really have any guitar friends to send this to so I thought I’d share it here. It’s a short guitar Etude I wrote today while waiting for students in my zoom tutoring session. Hope you enjoy:) and if anyone wants the sheet music please let me know. Thank you v.redd.it/okeqqh376pr61
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How do I find songs which write the notes like this? I can't read sheet music so I have to watch YouTube videos of Synthesia and write down what I see on them. reddit.com/gallery/mrhw25
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Where do you find your sheet music?

Hello! I am picking trumpet back up. I played it in high school and stopped, over 10 years ago. I’m trying to get back into it, but I’m actually finding it hard to find dumps of intermediate level sheet music. Is it expected to pay for each sheet of music? I’ve been playing Moon River for 5 days now, send help.

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Just discovered this via classicFM. 16th century knives with sheet music on them, same piece but each with different harmony to the others.
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u/Yeargdribble helps a brother and sister hear their deceased grandfather’s music by playing his handwritten lead sheet and posting it to YouTube, along with an explanation of his possible musical intentions reddit.com/r/pianolearnin…
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Day dreamers music sheet 20 :D v.redd.it/fzkp0793xws61
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Sheet music is like a foreign language
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Sheet Music Notation - I needed it, maybe you do too
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In The Shadow Of The Valley - Sheet Music arranged with MuseScore youtube.com/watch?v=IxI4Q…
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Does someone have sheet music for scales?

I'm looking for something like a pdf file that has sheet music for alle the scales. I currently practice scales like d, g, a, e, and c major, because those are the ones I know how to do. I don't really know how to do the other ones. Like, I can do them on the piano, but if I have to translate that to cello I find that quite difficult to do that from memory. So some scales in sheet music would be very helpful!

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Blues improvisation. I've started learning blues piano this year and I've tried to apply some licks and runs to a 'pop' song. You might recognise the intro and outro but the middle is me branching out into playing in the moment without sheet music. v.redd.it/zbc63l188en61
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Sheet Happens - Erra's album Neon Sheet Music

So I know many of you probably play guitar, and you might also be an Erra fan. For the longest time it has been my goal to learn Erra's song Expiate.

Not sure if anyone else will be as excited as I am for this but thought it might be worth a share.

Sheet Happens - Neon

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Solution to sheet music problems

When I start a new piece, I like to write in every single bow. I'm curious to hear your feedback on whether or not you do this, or if you think it's a bad idea - why. I do it because it allows me to drill into any section of the piece on a whim and practice the bowings correctly. It keeps me focused - I don't have to wonder if my bowings are correct so I can think about other things. And I like the constant dopamine rush of "yay! I'm doing it right!"

But with all the bowings written in, there's not much room for much else sometimes. I'm still relatively a beginner, my teachers may call me advanced but I don't believe it. So I write in every shift. Every finger. Every glissando. At least I would, if I had room for it.

So what I end up with is a very messy piece of music, that I gave up on part way thru because I couldn't stand it. The left hand work, writing in shifts, is difficult for me. I play thru enough to be satisfied, and stay frustrated with the rest. I justify it by saying that the bow is the hardest and most important part.

But I found a solution. Tracing paper. Tape one piece of tracing paper to each side of the sheet of music (this works for only one sheet of music at a time, but that's fine since we practice in chunks anyhow). The one on the left is for the left hand, and the one on the right is for the right hand. Fold the tracing paper over the sheet music and write in bowings and whatever notes are for the right hand. Fold the left side over to write all the notes for the left hand.

This allows me to focus on one hand at a time, have the bowings when I want them, but still have the ability to focus on the left hand without feeling overwhelmed.

Thanks for reading. I would be interested in all feedback, and what solutions you may have come up with. Is this a normal thing to struggle with?

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Hi everyone! I’m excited to say that I wrote another etude-ish piece today and it is probably my favorite yet! Also I have the sheet music ready for anyone who wants it! v.redd.it/nkt0k2wa7bs61
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Frozen's "Let it Go" Sheet Music(Music Box)

I know there are other posts with sheet music for the song, "Let it Go" but I was wondering if anyone had a music box one in particular.

I bought a Music Box Kit (http://www.amazon.com/Kikkerland-Make-Your-Own-Music/dp/B000HAUEFY) and am trying to punch in the song "Let it Go" but can't find sheet music that will work.

The song must be in C-Major. I was wondering if anyone could help me find a version I could use, or help me transpose an existing version?

If you could help me transpose, here are several different versions of the song's sheet music http://dropcanvas.com/01tt4

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ISO New Age Harpist/ Harp Sheet Music

I am a harp teacher and have a student who is interested in New Age music (in addition to interests in Wiccan music and renaissance music). I am looking primarily for harpists who have sheet music/music books of new age harp music or something similar that I could adapt to harp. Also, if there’s any new age harpists you’d recommend for me to check out, audio links are definitely welcome too. I’m already familiar with Andreas Vollenweider, he’s great!

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The r/piano 2014 Ultimate Christmas Sheet Music Collection... and Piano Jam #27

Hello everyone!

The holiday season is upon us, and so it's time once again to share all that great holiday music. I'm short on free time, so this is just a direct copypasta of the 2013 Ultimate Christmas Sheet Music Collection, which itself was mostly a copy of the 2012 one :). So why copy it all into a new post here instead of just linking to last year's? Well, this will allow you to add comments (last year's post is too old) and allow you to suggest new pieces that I can add to this new list.

As for the Piano Jam, again since I don't have time to select new pieces, THIS will constitute our Piano Jam #27 -- any piece below is fair game, as well as any of the 2-month pieces still in progress from the Piano Jam #26 - November (see that post if you're unsure of what the Piano Jam is all about).

So let's get to it... We've got all sorts of holiday music: beginner to intermediate to advanced; traditional, contemporary, holiday classics, pop, jazz, and even classical. Most of it's free, but there are a few $2-$5 sheets that are worth it as well. Hopefully there's something for everyone here to learn over the holidays for your own enjoyment, for impressing family & friends, and for sharing with the /r/piano community!

Please post any other favourite arrangements you know of in the comments -- This is a list-in-progress!

The List:


Traditional - Beginner, some intermediate

A whole bunch of free Beginner/Intermediate Christmas sheet music links are compiled here:

  • http://freebies.about.com/od/freeholidayfun/tp/free-christmas-sheet-music.htm.

Some of the sites referenced:

  • http://www.mfiles.co.uk/christmas-music-and-carols.htm (~40 pieces)

  • http://www.gmajormusictheory.org/Freebies/Holidays/ChristmasDEC.html (~40 pieces)

  • http://cantorion.org/musicsearch/type,instruments,sort/Christmas+Carol,Piano,downloads-desc/1 (~20 pieces)

  • http://piano.about.com/od/holidaypianomusic/l/bl_Christmas-Piano-Sheet-Music.htm (7 pieces)

  • http://musiced.about.com/od/lessonsandtips/a/xmasxmeets.htm (~30 pieces)

  • free-scores (~100 pieces)

  • ~~http://www.take-a-pia

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