WHAT DO YOU DO HERE? –
1.Look for your song(s) in the various categories: English, Kpop, Kdrama, Chinese, Anime, Video Games.
For some songs, there are different versions: Full (original key, more advanced level), Easier (less notes in chords, less big leaps in left hand), Transposed (easier key, less ‘black notes’), Tablet (bigger notes and spacing, easier to read on tablets) Print (smaller notes and spacings, less pages).
2. Download pdf files by clicking on the blue coloured links.
3. Due to copyright claims by publishers, I have to legalise my sheets from now on. I’m working with musicnotes.com to do that, so in time, I’m afraid not many of my English song sheets will be available free anymore.
To view or print the sheets, you’ll need to have a pdf reader in your PC or tablet. Install one on your PC from here: http://get.adobe.com/reader. For tablets, visit the App/Play Store to find a suitable pdf reader (there are tons). Choose one which flips pages instead of scrolling them 😛
HOW DOES THE MUSIC SOUND? –
Visit the Post you’ll find in the Categories section on the right, or go to My YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JoyceLeongMusic
HOW HARD ARE THE SCORES? –
I tend to transcribe as close to the original music as possible (call it pianist envy hehe), so I’m afraid most of my scores vary from intermediate to advanced level. Few of them are for easy piano, except those specially marked so. If you are a relative beginner and are really keen to play, you can ask your teacher to simplify the scores for you or teach you to play by ear. Otherwise, you could request a paid transcription (refer to my Transcription Service below).
CAN’T FIND WHAT YOU WANT? –
Check out my paid Transcription Service https://joycemusic1.com/transcription-service/ or put in a request in a comment. I’ll check out the song, but no promises on me covering it…too little time, too many beautiful songs out there :p
CAN’T READ NOTES? –
Some viewers have asked me to give them the letter-names (alphabets) of the notes. My scores are pretty complex, so I’m afraid that’s not possible without me actually sitting beside you with the score and a pencil 🙂 But you could try checking out How To Read Piano Sheets here: http://www.true-piano-lessons.com/piano-notes.html. The best advice I can give you, though, would be to sign up for some piano/keyboard lessons. It doesn’t take a teenager/adult long to learn to read music. Playing it smoothly and beautifully takes a lot more practice though…so there’s no substitute for hard work 🙂
SOMETHING WRONG? –
Please let me know (in the comments) if something is missing or a link doesn’t work here, ok? I’m only human 😛