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Euphoria Piano Sheet Music

In this post we compare two different versions of Euphoria piano sheet music.

One version is easy.

The other version is hard.

So I’ll do my best to help you find the most suitable sheet music for you, and your piano 🙂

Euphoria is a song by the South Korean boy band BTS.

And it works very well as a solo piano piece.

Now in this post we’ll start by taking a look at the intro.


Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Intro

Now the easy sheet music version has a very simple intro (only two bars long).

See image below.

It consists of a G chord in the left hand.

And the right hand plays repeating eighth notes – D, C, A.

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Intro – Easy Version

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music - Intro - Easy Version

Now, the hard sheet music version has a more developed intro.

It uses bigger chords in the left hand.

Changing harmonies.

And an arpeggio run to lead into the verse.

It sounds great on piano.

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Intro – Hard Version

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music - Intro - Hard Version

Now we’ll move on to the verse…


Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Verse

I won’t cover the full verse, just four bars so you get the feel of it.

As you can see below, the easy sheet music uses simple two note chords (root & fifth) in the left hand.

While the right hand plays the melody.

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Easy Version

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music - Verse - Easy Version

And the hard version is actually very similar to the easy version.

The main difference being the left hand chords have the octave note added to make them sounds a bit fuller.

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Hard Version

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music - Verse - Hard Version

One thing to note is that the hard version actually changes up the left hand when the verse melody repeats.

This is really cool and helps to create interest, and capture attention.

Here’s what it looks like:

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Hard Version (Left Hand Variation)

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music - Verse - Hard Version (Left Hand Variation)

Now before I wrap up, I just wanted to say that the easy version doesn’t get much more difficult than the sheet music snippets I showed above.

But the hard version does…

Here’s what a challenging section from the hard version looks like:

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Challenging Section – Hard Version

Euphoria Piano Sheet Music - Challenging Section - Hard Version

So if you’re still kinda new to piano, I would probably stick to the easy version.

Either that, or set aside a lot of time for practice.


Euphoria 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 practice Euphoria.

Yay!

You’re in for a lot of fun.

If you’re interested in either version discussed above, the links are just below:
Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Easy Version
Euphoria Piano Sheet Music – Hard Version

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I hope that makes sense.

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