I hope you’re ready.
Because in this post we compare an easy version of Titanium piano sheet music…
with a hard version of…
Titanium piano sheet music!
It’s a great song.
It sounds amazing on piano.
So let’s get started.
Titanium Piano Sheet Music – Intro
We’ll start with the easy version intro.
It’s shown just below.
And it’s actually the hardest part of that version of sheet music.
You can see the right hand is playing eighth notes, while the left hand is only playing one note (half note) per bar.
Titanium Piano Sheet Music – Intro – Easy Version
Now comparing this with the hard version, shown just below…
You can see that the hard version is almost identical to the easy version…
Just the last two bars are significantly different.
However, the intro is probably the easiest part of the hard sheet music.
And the Titanium intro is something you don’t really want to mess around with too much.
Titanium Piano Sheet Music – Intro – Hard Version
Now speaking of Titanium, I had to summon my inner Titanium yesterday…
Because it was my son’s first day at daycare. He was crying when we dropped him off. So I felt really bad leaving him there.
But I’m sure it will be good for him in the long run. All the activities look really amazing.
So the inner Titanium came out, and I forced myself to leave my crying baby…
And turns out he didn’t cry all day. Just on and off. Which was a big relief.
I’m sure he’ll be really enjoying it soon.
Anyway, back to sheet music.
Now we’ll compare the verse.
Titanium Piano Sheet Music – Verse
So the easy version verse uses single notes in both hands.
I guess the hardest thing here is getting the rhythm right.
So make sure you play it at a slower speed if you are having trouble with that.
Another thing to note about the easy version is that it lists the chords above each bar.
Which is great if you know your chords (or even if you want some practice with learning them).
Titanium Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Easy Version
Now let’s move on to the verse for the hard version.
The main challenge here is in the left hand.
It’s almost all eighth notes.
And it sounds really lovely when played together with the right hand.
Titanium Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Hard Version
Titanium Piano Sheet Music – Wrap Up (including links)
Okay that’s about it for this post.
I hope you enjoyed it and got some value from it.
Now it’s time to go sit at your piano and play some Titanium yourself.
I’m sure you’ll have a lot of fun doing that.
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