In this post we go back into the world of La La Land…
Because we’re going to compare two different versions of Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music.
One version is at an easy piano level.
The other version is more of an intermediate level.
I have to say, Another Day Of Sun is such a fun, high energy piece!
So get ready.
Put your dancing shoes on.
And let’s get started:
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Intro
A quick note about keys – the original song key is Eb major.
But the sheet music we’re about to look at isn’t…
The easy version is in F major.
And the intermediate version is in G major.
The great thing about the sheet music (links at end of post) we’re about to look at is:
You can change the key.
I didn’t bother, as I wanted to show how it looks when you first download it.
Anyway check this out —
The intro is really long!
16 bars of sheet music.
So I won’t put the whole thing below. Let’s just do half.
Below you’ll see the easy version intro.
I love the big notes. So easy to read.
We still need to do some more chord posts, to cover the others… Hopefully someday soon.
Anyway I love the simplicity of the easy sheet music.
It really is for beginner pianists.
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Intro – Easy Version
Now if we compare that to the intermediate sheet music intro…
You’ll see that the right hand is very similar.
However, there’s a bit more going on in the left hand.
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Intro – Intermediate Version
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Verse
Now let’s take a look at the verse. Just the first eight bars again.
Then we’ll send you off to to do some playing on your own piano.
How does that sound? (Like fun I hope!)
Anyway the easy version sheet music first.
It includes lyrics. So you can sing along.
Don’t pretend like you don’t want to sing along.
You’ll also see some two note chords in the left and right hand. So it is a bit more complex than the intro. But still not too hard.
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Easy Version
Now the intermediate sheet music.
Again, there’s a bit more movement in the left hand.
And the complexity of the right hand is quite similar between both versions.
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Intermediate Version
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Wrap Up (including links)
Well that’s all for this post.
I hope you found some value in it.
Now it’s time for you to go to your piano and learn Another Day Of Sun.
You’re in for a lot of fun.
If you’re interested in either version discussed above, the links are just below:
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Easy Version
Another Day Of Sun Piano Sheet Music – Intermediate Version
Note: These are both affiliate links. Which means that sheetmusicplus will give me a tiny bit of money if you decide to purchase. It’s kinda like them giving me a gift because I introduced you to their sheet music.
I hope that makes sense.
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