I’m a self-taught piano player myself, and finding free sheet music online is always a treat. I remember how I used to struggle back in the late 90’s to find such scores as those offered by PianoForge. But there’s a lot more to this website than free sheet music – so that’s why I really wanted it included in the Re-Cognition family of great websites.
Learning to Play Piano at PianoForge
The website, as mentioned above, offers free piano sheet music. And it’s not just the classics you won’t have trouble finding all over the web. They offer sheet music for popular songs as well, transposed for solo piano, meaning that the sheet won’t be encumbered with other instruments. And what’s great is that the sheets are pretty basic, so anyone with a bit of piano know-how can give them a try.
But it doesn’t stop there – PianoForge also offers YouTube videos of their sheet music as well. They’re created with a special software that aims to offer a tutorial for those willing to lean the pieces. Most songs are represented in normal and half speed as well, so you can easily follow the notes when trying to learn the song. As the piano sheets, the videos are free to access. Sheet music comes in the form of images hosted on Scribd – you only need to save them to your computer and print them if you want a physical sheet for you music.
So go on – learning piano is a great adventure and there’s something magical in the act of learning. A shout out to the people behind PianoForge – keep up the amazing work and thank you for offering these sheets freely!