Beginner Piano Music for Kids – Printable Free Sheet Music

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Beginner Piano Music

You just can’t have too much beginner piano music!

Teachers, supplement your piano method:

With FREE DOWN-LOADABLE kids’ sheet music,

EASY to intermediate piano songs.

Traditional, and classical.

Scales, chords, & exercises, guides & reference sheets to explain the keyboard, guitar tabs, the music staffs, & more!

New Beginners sheet music for piano, free

Important music sheets for the first week to a month:

First, kids need to practice saying all the notes of the piano keyboard!

Choose one of these handy layouts, from three different styles.

5-finger scales for shaping the beginner’s hand posture.

Starting on C position, and moving up to the next all-white keys position.

These scales are the most important beginning technique my students learn.

With note names inside the note heads, and finger numbers with the first set, students catch on quickly!

Scales for left hand, too.

Not yet true note-reading, but following UP or DOWN.

This little exercise is just looking at the musical staff as a “ladder”.

One slow note at a time, the notes creep up or down – or stay the same.

Now you will KNOW if your students are understanding the movement of notes on the staff.

These easy sheets are the first things I use with my students!

Some, like the scales & simple chords pictured above, greatly improve students’ recall of what we have gone over at lessons.

Others, such as the paper keyboard, become a permanent reference, as we add a new key every week until even the black keys’ names are memorized.

Additional beginner sheets and music:

Simple 3-note songs set around Middle C; one for left hand, and one for right hand.

Little songs all on the black keys using only fingers 2, 3, & 4.

Some old, some new, & all easy for beginners!

Check out the long page of black keys songs.

This silly but satisfying song has several versions, with a couple simplified to just 5 fingers.

One for left hand & one for right hand – super-easy note-reading songs.

. is really just a re-named version of “Snakes Go for a Walk.”

You will find both those sheets at this page.

When students thoroughly “get” Wormies and Snakes, it’s time to graduate to this page, which is almost the same, except for surprising “hops”!

Both hands want to play the Middle C.

Your student must determine which hand it actually belongs to!

This graphic shows a “helper notes” version of Fuzzy Wuzzy. (Another arrangement without lettered notes is also on this page.)

Just 5 keys are used in this song about the bear with no hair.

Though this song has skips, it is easy, short, & sweet.

Especially with AlphaNotes!

But there are other arrangements on this page.

Not the melody, but the easy broken chord accompaniment.

You may think think this is way too hard for your young students. Trust me, once they can play a 5-note scale and make a chord, they will be able to play broken chords.

And they are not READING the notes, but following the chord symbols above the music notes.

The first beautiful piano music for my students. It will inspire them.

High energy with a non-stop melody, this is a song your beginners will be amazed to hear themselves play!

A treble-clef-only version and an “AlphaNotes” version are also available on this site.

Beginners do well with familiar songs!

They will enjoy it, even if Christmas is far away.

The one shown here has lettered notes, but there are several versions on this page.

A n old melody with simple appeals to God.

This is a familiar song to many.

A pretty nursery song, used in the most recent Cinderella movie.

This is a favorite among young girls.

Okay – so this is NOT a beginner’s version!

But I do have a LETTERED-NOTE version, very easy to read, on the same page.

This “song” is really just the 3 main chords in the key of C, set to the rhythm of Louie Louie.

A super fun way to understand the I, IV, & V chords.

U se this well-known song as a foundation for left hand chord technique, and also learning to transpose simple melodies.

Several arrangements; some with finger numbers and chord symbols, and some without.

From A below Middle C & up to G, alphabet practice!

Instead of “C” being the note for thumbs to reside on, thumbs are placed on “D”.

The famous song by Beethoven, multiple versions!

Centered around Middle C, a fun little song about chickens eating.

Staccato is the new thing in this piece.

“Hot Cross Buns”, with new lyrics about pepperoni and cheese!

“Sharks” piano music is a shoo-in for the Jaws theme song; at least, kids think so in my studio!

A very ominous-sounding theme, in the bass clef. Introduce your students early to the sound of “minor”

The same idea as “Wormies” (below), but much longer, with smaller note heads

Just like Snakes, but with hidden “skips”. These are fun to try and spot!

I also have a new version of this exercise – same notes – called “Crickets Go Hopping”!

It is also on this page.

One slow note at a time, up or down, or the same!

See if your students “get it.”

Piano Music with Letters, click here

This page is largely beginner piano music.

Some pieces are much more advanced than beginner level, but are included in this list because they have some “helper” notes added – letters inside the notes.

Though these pieces are real songs, real music, they are also note reading WORKSHEETS in a fun way!

All the Pretty Little Horses

Beethoven’s 5th Symphony

Blow, Ye Winds in the Morning

Cat Came Back lyrics and chords

Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy

Deck the Halls With Boughs of Holly

Egyptian Dance helper version

The Erie Canal Song

The Erie Canal Song helper version

The Fir st Noel

First Noel with some lettered notes

FГјr Elise, by Beethoven

FГјr Elise original version

Fuzzy Wuzzy helper version

God is Good lyrics and music

God is So Good with a left hand part

God Rest You Merry Gentlemen

God Rest You Merry Gentlemen helper version

Greensleeves (What Child is This)

Greensleeves chords & melody with just a few helper notes

Happy Birthday with chords

Hark How the Bells (Carol of the Bells)

Hark How the Bells elementary – 3 pages

Have You Seen the Ghost of John

Hungarian Dance #5

Indian Dance helper

Irish Wedding “Helper”

Irish Wedding longer

Jolly Old Saint Nicholas helper version

Kum Ba Yah helper version

L ake Pirates helper version

Lavender’s Blue, with the “Cinderella song lyrics”

Lavender’s Blue helper version

Louie Louie sheet music for piano

Mary Had a Little Lamb

Mary Had a Little Lamb alphanotes helper

Morning Has Broken

O Christmas Tree (O Tannenbaum)

Pachelbel Canon in D

Pachelbel Canon in D, longer version

Sharks, the Jaws theme music in disguise

Sharks, with dynamic markings!

Slumber My Darling (for singers)

Star of the County Down

Sta r of the County Down helper version

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Toccata by Johann Sebastian Bach, introduction

Toccata, very short

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star helper version

Up on the Housetop the Reindeer Pause, a Christmas song

Wabash Cannonball melody, helper

Wabash Cannonball Secondo

Waltzing Matilda with helper notes

We Wish You a Merry Christmas

What Child is This, lettered notes & helper notes

What Do You Do with a Drunken – or GRUMPY – Sailor

What Wondrous Love

White, Orange & Green (for singers)

Wiegenlied, “Mozart’s Cradle Song”

The First Year (click here)

Primarily, this page is made up of Middle C music with “shared-between-the-hands” melodies. Many will be familiar to your students.

Additionally, there are some pieces that make use of left hand chords or very simple accompaniments.

Most of the Middle C melodies have chord suggestions or illustrative graphics for an enterprising accompanist to devise his or her own backup. A few also have written-out secondo parts, for easy duet playing.

Some of the songs duplicate songs for Beginners & also music with lettered notes, but this is because I tend to make songs with multiple levels of difficulty for my students.

All the Pretty Little Horses

Arabian Dance (from The Nutcracker)

Ash Grove, a Welsh folk song

Away in a Manger

Be Thou My Vision

Canon in D (in the key of C)

Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy

Cowboy’s Lament (I’m Going to Leave Old Texas)

Eensy Weensy Spider

Fairies in the Garden

For the Beauty of the Earth

Funeral March (Chopin)

Go Tell It On the Mountain

Greensleeves Duet melody

If I Give to You My Heart

In the Hall of the Mountain King

Jolly Old Saint Nicholas

Lavender’s Blue, with the Cinderella song lyrics

Little Man Who Wasn’t There

Loch Lomond, an old song from Scotland

Morning Has Broken

On Top of Old Smoky

Rain, Rain, Go Away

Red River Valley

Sonatina in C by Clementi, easy

Star of the County Down

Streets of Laredo

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Tarantelle, the Spider song

The Water is Wide

We Wish You a Merry Christmas

What Child is This

What Do You Do With a Drunken Sailor

Yellow Rose of Texas

After Year One (click here)

These are piano pieces which involve both hands, or add chord symbols for a made-up left hand.

Most of the pieces fit inside a 5-finger position. Left hand parts are fairly slow-moving, or repetitive.

Take a look at these piano music downloads for your young students moving from Primer music to Levels 1 and 2. standing of chords.

Blow, Ye Winds in the Morning

Eensy Weensy Spider

How Doth the Little Crocodile

Irish Wedding, easy.

Little Man Who Wasn’t There

Pachelbel Canon (in C)

Pachelbel Canon in D

Rain, Rain, Go Away

Streets of Laredo

Tarantelle, the Spider song

Toccata in Dm by J.S. Bach

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

What Do You Do With a Drunken Sailor

Winds in the Willow

After Year Two (click here)

Free easy piano sheet music for your students who are past level one.

Now students start using moving chords in the left hand, requiring more hand coordination.

Also, the range of notes is greater than in The First Year and After Year One.

Some, like Harp Ballad, are more appropriate in Year 3 or 4, but for older students, such as students who start as beginners in their teen years, they may reach this level very quickly, with a strong understanding of chords.

America (My Country ‘Tis of Thee)

Angel in the Sky

Bach Minuet in G

Bach Prelude in C

Brian Boru’s March

Burlesque, by Leopold Mozart

Cat Came Back – with an active left hand part, this is a challenge for older students

Come Ye Sinners – one of the old gospel hymns

Cowboy’s Lament – (I’m Going to Leave Old Texas)

Funeral March – Chopin’s scary “Halloween music”!

Fur Elise original (part 1) – this is the famous part of the piece

German Dance – by Beethoven. Full of built-in scale passages!

Goober Peas – a fun song from the American South

Happy Birthday – several arrangements, from very easy to very full-sounding

Harp Ballad – a beautiful piece that will spur your student to new skills!

Hava Nagilah – well-known Hebrew folk song

House of the Rising Sun – with exciting left hand chords

How Doth the Little Crocodile -a creepy-sounding song with lyrics from Alice in Wonderland

Hungarian Dance – Brahms’ #5, a duet version

Irish Wedding – this is the most advanced arrangement of this popular piece that even my beginners play

Kookaburra – A good arrangement for classroom singing.

Lake Pirates – modeled after The Hobbit Soundtrack, Hobbit 3!

Largo, from the New World Symphony – A famous and beautiful theme.

Lavender’s Blue – the “Cinderella song lyrics”!

Louie Louie – a set of chords used as an exercise, that sounds like real music.

Minka – Five different arrangements of this frenzied little tune.

Morning Has Broken – the song made famous by Cat Stevens

My Country ‘Tis of Thee (America) – originally from England, known as God Save Our Noble King

Pachelbel Canon in D longer – I have several different arrangements of this piece.

Rain, Rain, Go Away – a duet and a couple of solos are on this page

Red River Valley – Several different arrangements, for the cowboy-loving students in your midst.

Sakura – Very pretty, a Japanese song about cherry blossoms.

Streets of Laredo – Three different arrangements of this old cowboy song.

Swan Lake – There are three arrangements of Tchaikovsky’s ballet theme on this page

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – a good song for transposing into different keys

Waltzing Matilda – a famous song from Australia, very pretty

What Will We Do With a Drunken Sailor – an energetic song!

Yellow Rose of Texas – an old song about a pretty lady in Texas

Yo Ho Ho – a song about life at sea

Zum Gali Gali – a pretty minor-scale Hebrew song

Year Three and After (click here)

These pieces stretch pianists’ abilities.

More technique is required, with the use of chord inversions, thicker textures in the melodies, and stretched hand positions.

Additionally, note reading strays far outside the two octaves around Middle C.

Ae Fond Kiss, vocal score & piano music – A tender love song, saying farewell.

Cat Came Back lyrics and music – easy versions and harder arrangements; mix up the descending single-note bass line with triad chords.

Colorado Trail song – this is a cowboy song! It is very short, but very pretty.

De Boself – a simplified arrangement of the original piece by T. Van Oesten; brisk and charming.

Emma, a Jane Austen “Emma” movie tribute – This is very lovely, and parents love it.

Funeral March by Chopin – A famous and ominous melody.

Gaelic Melody – traditional Celtic music, very lovely

Goober Peas – a fun song, very singable, from the Civil War South.

Harp Ballad – an important piece in my studio, for beginning with big left hand broken chords. It’s very pretty too!

House of the Rising Sun – Several arrangements of this famous piece

Keegan’s Waltz – Another very beautiful piece. This has a singable melody and flowing left hand chords.

Lavender’s Blue – An easy melody to sing, this piano arrangement makes the melody sound elegant.

Loch Lomond – This is is beautiful traditional song from Scotland.

Louie Louie – This sheet is showing the arrangement with chord INVERSIONS, which require SKILL.

Minka – A song from Russia, or possibly Ukraine. Several arrangements here.

The Minstrel Boy – From Ireland, this is a moving patriotic song.

The Moldau (Short) – a famous and stirring theme from a symphonic work

The Moldau (Long) –
a two-page, fuller arrangement

Once I Had a Sweetheart – a vocal/piano arrangement of a pretty folk tune

The Princess Bride – a lovely arrangement of the theme from the movie

Red River Valley


She Moved Through the Fair


Spanish Ladies, vocal/piano

What Do You Do with a Drunken Sailor

White, Orange and Green free Irish sheet music – One of my favorite songs of all time. A patriotic song about a young girl who bravely faces an enemy soldier.

Christmas Music – click here

There are all skill levels of songs represented on this very long (and growing!) page, and most of the pieces have multiple versions, and not just for piano, but guitar and voice!

Also, check on the Black Notes Songs page and the Note Naming Worksheet page for additional, very easy versions of some of these popular songs.

All You That in This House – This unusual carol is offered as a lead sheet in several keys, with just one chord, and with an intermediate piano arrangement

Angels We Have Heard On High – Four different versions

Arabian Dance or Arab Dance – intermediate level, from The Nutcracker Suite. Very evocative, very hypnotic.

Arabian Dance – easy arrangement for first or second year

Away in a Manger – an easy but pretty arrangement

Bring a Torch – a fun, bouncy energy characterizes this sweet carol from France.

Carol of the Bells – a very simple approach to Carol of the Bells, also known as “Hark How the Bells” in my studio

Christ Child’s Lullaby – there are n o lyrics to this lovely lullaby, but a lilting, unusual melody.

Christ Was Born On Christmas Day – This little carol can scoot right along, with the fixed left hand chords. Pretty easy.

Coventry Carol – a minor-key song that tells a sad story about a Bible prophecy. Very beautiful, and familiar

Deck the Halls – the sounds of t his fun carol immediately call Christmas to mind!

Ding Dong Merrily On High – a pretty carol with energy that is fun to play and sing

Entre le boeuf – a pretty minor French carol, with a new English translation.

The First Noel – s everal different arrangements, and different keys offered.

The Friendly Beasts -a rrangements for guitar, piano, and lead sheets too.

Gaudete – especially for singers, the title of this very old Latin hymn means “Rejoice!”

Go Tell It On the Mountain – several versions of this vigorous melody, including an easy and short version of this well-known Christmas song on the black keys.

God Rest You Merry Gentlemen – these arrangement sound full without having to be continually changing left hand chords.

Greensleeves (What Child is This) – as soon as your young students can play broken chords, they will be able to play this beautiful accompaniment part

Greensleeves solo – a full-sounding but simple solo version of the Greensleeves melody

Hark How the Bells (Ukrainian Bell Carol) – a very satisfying three-page easy arrangement of Carol of the Bells (Ukrainian Bell Carol) that sounds much harder than it is – a great favorite!

Hark the Herald Angels Sing – for piano and guitar, with a lyrics sheet too

He is Born (Il est ne) – several arrangements of this pretty French Christmas carol

Holly and Ivy – several levels of difficulty for this older English carol with a captivating energy

Jingle Bells – several v ery easy arrangements of Jingle Bells, and one very full arrangement that will challenge your early intermediate students

Jolly Old Saint Nicholas –t his beginner’s version of the song has a secondo duet part, and also a version with letters in some of the notes.

Lo, I Bring You Tidings – a newer Christmas carol focusing on the words of the angel to Mary, and her response.

Masters In This Hall – an old song from England with unaccustomed lyrics, about how God has helped mankind. It has an exciting, soaring melody.

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel – with arrangements for piano and guitar. The piano version is a recital-worthy arrangement, and can be performed with a vocalist.

O Holy Night – a number of different arrangements of this beautiful song

Pat-a-Pan – a child’s song, very energetic, in a minor key. Beautiful and exciting.

Silent Night – p erhaps everyone’s favorite Christmas carol

Sing We Noel – this is a beautiful and UNFAMILIAR Christmas carol.

Up On the Housetop – a fun song about hearing Santa and his reindeer up on the roof

Halloween Music – click here

From brand-new Middle C note readers to kids who’ve been playing for years, there is something on this page for every student!

Please click on the Halloween music link to be taken there!

Thanksgiving Music

I don’t have very many of these pieces thanking God for the blessings we have received – I hope to add many more, though!

A very old and SHORT hymn, offered here in many keys.

A very pretty non-denominational sort of hymn. with general lyrics that few people could object to.

Short and repetitious – to the point! Also, it is joyful-sounding and pretty. This is a SINGING round.

Groundhog Day

Just one song – but two versions:

One in which the groundhog is male, and one in which the perky little groundhog is female!

One or more of your students may think Groundhog Day is worth celebrating with music.

Valentine’s Day Songs

Some of these songs have sweet lyrics, and at least one is just silly (Chocolate Romance).

“Truffles, he loves me. Orange, he loves me not!”

A sweet little song about promising never to part.

An old nursery song. but very pretty, unlike so many children’s songs!

In the Lily James Cinderella movie from just a few years ago, Cinderella is found by the Prince when he hears her singing this song from high in the attic where she is imprisoned by her stepmother.

This is a folk tune from Germany, made famous in the United States by Elvis Presley. Because his lyrics are copyrighted, I’ve supplied alternate lyrics (and you can also sing the German).

These are different from the rest of the classical piano music on this site, in that they are short introductions, or excerpts from longer works.

Here are the pieces you will find on this very new (and growing) page:

Allegro Burlesco, by Kuhlau

Can-Can by Offenbach, the fun middle section with descending octaves.

Canon, by Pachelbel, the introduction with broken chord inversions.

Canon, the melodic, quick-moving section further into the piece.

Egyptian Dance by Saint-Saens

Etude in C, by Stephen Heller

Fur Elise, the beginning section

German Dance, by Beethoven, transposed to C

Golden Wedding, from “La Cinquantaine”

The Moldau, by Smetana

Moonlight Sonata, a six-measure introduction, with every note – but in Cm. Beethoven.

Prelude in Cm, J.S. Bach, the first eight measures

Sonatina Op. 36, No. 3, Clementi. This is a happy-sounding piece, with a long scale and lots of broken chords squeezed into the first eight measures.

Symphony 6 Theme, Beethoven. Not a piano piece, but such a joyous melody that every musician should know it.

Lead Sheets for All Instruments, click here

See all the free lead sheets at Music-for-Music-Teachers!

Most of these sheets are in treble clef, in multiple keys, and many of them also have guitar tabs. A few songs are featured with bass clef.

All of these songs have lyrics & the chord symbols over the staffs – very handy for groups!

The lead sheets are not listed here; please click on the link above to go there.

Left Hand Only or Right Hand Only – click here

Piano duet & ensemble sheet music for students of every level; classical, folk tunes, Christmas duets, and some original music!

Please click on the link above.

Piano duet sheet music for students of every level; classical, folk tunes, Christmas duets, and original music.

Please click on the link above!

Hymns, Anthems, & Patriotic Songs – click here

These songs are part of the lifeblood of a nation and a people. Here are arrangements easy enough for your young students, and some lovely and “big” enough for church or other public gatherings. Click the link above to be taken to the page.

Broadway Music – click here

A comprehensive list of the most beloved musicals of all time!

Which ones are right for your beginning singers?

Which songs ought you to be wary of?

Oh, yes; there are definitely a few of those!

Piano Teaching Tools – click here

These pages include:

  • paper printouts of piano keyboards,
  • scales and chords (both major & minor),
  • flashcards large and small,
  • exercises such as Hanon & Aloys Schmitt,
  • staff paper of all sizes,
  • theory exercises,
  • ideas for note-reading and also rote learning,
  • my favorite book selections, and more.

You will also find vocal & guitar helps on that page. Please click on the link above.

Every k >piano method books , enjoying each turn of the page with its new challenge, while others find the books boring and dig in their heels as you attempt to drag them through their lesson book.

Some beginners move along quickly, while others need months and months to digest the small handful of notes around Middle C.

Some kids have heard classical piano music from the time they were born; with others, all they know is video game music.

You will have to stretch them, expanding their tastes, but you must still satisfy their desire to play what sounds like music to them (the reason they were excited to play piano in the first place!) or risk losing them as students.

Never will I forget an account by the late John Holt (writer and early home-schooling advocate, and lover-if-not-master of the cello) in his book, Never Too Late: My Musical Life Story , about meeting another adult cello student.

Like him, she was a beginner, and they were comparing notes (no pun intended). Holt was thoroughly enjoying himself with the growing number of real cello pieces he could play, even though he knew his abilities were modest.

But the poor woman cellist was confined to scales by her teacher, week after week. At the end of each lesson this man would say something like, “I think you’re almost ready for a real piece. but no, we’d better continue with the scales.”

Yikes! Can you imagine?

I don’t think too many of us would do that to our students, but the story is a useful reminder that LOVE, a sense of wonder, and excitement are what draw children to music, and we teachers must not forget that.

Scales? Yes. Exercises? Yes. Note-reading? Of course.

But with beginner piano music, always at least one FUN piece, a piece that gives the child something to look forward to at practice time.

Keep looking until you find a piece they enjoy, and they will likely work on it happily until it is perfect.

So where do you find that perfect piece? It’s so easy to make a wrong choice for a picky student!

And there’s the nagging little voice in the back of your mind reminding you that copying is definitely not legal.

If only there were sources of free kids’ sheet music, beginner piano music! Music, in addition, with suggestions for teachers, and stories and tips.

Well, now there is. I have a large and ever-expanding collection of beginner piano music, and what I offer here has been tried and found worthy of keeping!

Much of it is just supplemental to the beginner piano music method books I use, but a lot of it is music I consider essential for my students, to lay down a hands-on foundation of understanding music theory.

Add some spice to your students’ music diet without breaking the bank — almost all the beginner piano music you will find here is free and easily printable, with no strings attached.

Furthermore, you don’t have to guess what’s there before you hit the “Download” link – you can look my free sheet music over before downloading it onto your computer!

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ВїPuedo. Not rated yet
ВїPuedo decir la partitura exacta que quiero? Dana : Hi, Bego, English please. I am not too good at Spanish. Only what you can find on my site …

I’m confused. Not rated yet
I learnt how to play piano and was really good at it and accepted the challenges. but it got really hard and I gave it up and didn’t practise it for a …

Mother of 10 Year Old Boy Piano Player Not rated yet
I was wondering if you had any piano sheet music for songs about hockey? My son will be participating in a Music Bridges Performance and he chose hockey …

Rustic Chapel – Do you know it? Not rated yet
I cannot remember the name for sure, it was a piece I played probably in the early 50s. what do I need I need to do to get more information on your …

Do You Have Any Suggestions for a Non-Traditional Method/Course? Not rated yet
Loved your site, especially the tips for teaching improv. I am looking for a beginner’s piano method to teach my children. Do you have any suggestions …

Older player likes chords and scales Not rated yet
Thank you so much for the time you put into creating the chords and scales, as I’m studying on my own the grade two material and needed to know the fingering …

Thanks so much! Not rated yet
I used to learn piano but my teacher went away and I found this website the best, now I have some music to read and play. I like the carols the best …

Absolutely Wonderful! Not rated yet
I was always interested in playing the piano as a child, but never had the chance to. Now as a mother I wanted to give my son a chance to appreciate …

Do you have clarinet sheet music? Not rated yet
Do you have clarinet sheet music? Dana: Hi, Katy, For clarinet sheet music, the best bet is my long list of LEAD SHEETS . These are mostly …

Easy way to know your piano notes. Not rated yet
I noticed the first day when I practiced my recorder,it has the same exact notes as on piano, and on sheet music the notes look exactly the same. So if …

I Just Began Playing Piano. What Should I Do First? Not rated yet
I just began playing piano and I wanted to know what I should do first? There are so many different sites that say so many different things and I dont …

I Really Love Piano Not rated yet
Hi, I’m 22 and I love really love piano. But in my country the piano is really expensive and in this 22 years I only dream about it at night. I hope …

Shoshone Love Song? Not rated yet
Any chance of a search option on your site please? The range is so extensive it is difficult to find a particular piece. Thanks Dana: A search …

Concerned Teacher — Why isn’t the song I want here? Not rated yet
My kids love the song Mary Did You Know. But for some reason it’s not on here. I also love that song. So it would be nice to Have Mary Did You Know. …

The Day I Learned Piano Not rated yet
The day I learned piano was the happiest day of my life. My piano teacher is named Muad Carroll. She is 90 years old but she has the hand of a cheetah. …

Could You Offer Songs Like Grease? Not rated yet
Ok I have found a few great songs that I think I would love but I have done a few of them already. I need some sheet music to play that is fun and upbeat …

GREAT WEBSITE! Not rated yet
Great website I’m telling everyone I know who loves the piano. Dana: Thanks, Kiah!

Voice and Piano Teacher Not rated yet
This site is FABULOUS. For all the reasons you explain on the site itself–this is exactly what piano teachers need! (I still need to go look at the …

Awesome Not rated yet
Awesome! Thank you for your piano music. I love it! I actually am not a teacher except to myself. I am ten years old and am trying (and succeeding) to …

Teaching for the First Time Not rated yet
I’m 11 (I’m not kidding!) and am supposed to teach my 6 year old brother to play a song on the piano while his two friends sing to it. His friends are …

Hello, I’m a beginner here and I have a question. Not rated yet
Do all beginners get good after the first semester. Dana: No, Kitty, like most of life’s pursuits, you get out of music what you put into it. …

Thank You Not rated yet
Thank you for your web site. My children and I will enjoy playing the music you have available.

Part of Your World Not rated yet
Why don’t you have Disney music on here? Every child loves, let’s say for instance, Part of Your World from the Little Mermaid. So if you want more people …

About the Author

Hi, I’m Dana! (Say that like “Anna”.) I’m the owner of

Like some of you, I’ve been playing the piano since early childhood, and added a few other instruments along the way, plus an interest in arranging and composing music.

You can find out more about me and the reason for this website at my About Me page.

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