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Sweden Piano Sheet Music

In this post we’ll compare two different versions of Sweden piano sheet music.

Sweden was composed for the popular game Minecraft.

Below we’ll take a look at an intermediate version of the piano sheet music…

And a hard version.

So warm up your eyes.

And ears.

And fingers.

Sweden Piano Sheet Music – Intro

First of all, what a lovely piece of music.

Daniel Rosenfeld (C418) composed it when he was only about 22 years old.

At 22 years old I don’t think I was doing anything useful for anybody.

Actually I wasn’t even playing piano at that age.

Anyway, let’s take a look at how each version of the sheet music approaches the intro.

Sweden Piano Sheet Music – Intro – Intermediate Version

Sweden Piano Sheet Music - Intro - Intermediate Version

As you can see, the intermediate version has chords in the right hand with single notes in the left hand.

It’s not too tricky to play.

And I like that the chord names are written above each chord.

I’m hoping to turn Piano Perfecting into a chord resource too. However, at the moment, out of the chords above, I’ve only covered the E minor chord.

Let’s compare this to the hard version:

Sweden Piano Sheet Music – Intro – Hard Version

Sweden Piano Sheet Music - Intro - Hard Version

So the hard version is actually from a medley of minecraft piano sheet music. It includes the songs Calm 1, Wet Hands and Sweden.

Looking at the Sweden part of the sheet music, the left hand starts off exactly the same as the easy version…

But the right hand has a lot more to do.

One thing I have to mention is that the harder sheet music is a little cramped for my liking. I really wish they would have spaced the sheet music out a bit more i.e. maybe have a limit of 4 bars per line.

Anyway, let’s move on and take a look at how each version of sheet music approaches the development…

Sweden Piano Sheet Music – Development

Below we compare the first four bars of the development.

Just to give you a taste of that part of the sheet music.

Don’t want to give away the whole thing…

But if you like the first four bars, you would likely enjoy learning the whole piece on piano.

Sweden Piano Sheet Music – Development – Intermediate Version

Sweden Piano Sheet Music - Development - Intermediate Version

What you may notice here is that it’s quite similar to the intro of the hard version sheet music.

Much more movement in the right hand.

Now let’s compare that with the development section of the hard version.

Sweden Piano Sheet Music – Development – Hard Version

Sweden Piano Sheet Music - Development - Hard Version

As you can see above, the hard sheet music has a lot more going on.

Both in the left hand, and the right.

Bigger chords. Left hand jumps. Multiple voices.

Yep, it’s a challenge to play. Especially if you’re a beginner.

But even if you are a beginner, I’m sure with a bit of practice you could get the hang of it.

Anyway, that’s about it for this post.

I hope this comparison helps you chose a version to learn yourself.

It really is a lovely piece to play on piano.

And if you are a fan of the game minecraft, I’m sure you’ll enjoy playing it even more.

Here are the links to both versions discussed above:

Sweden Piano Sheet Music – Intermediate Version

Sweden Piano Sheet Music – Hard 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.

Anyway, thanks for reading this post.

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