If you’re looking for John Legend‘s All Of Me piano sheet music, you have just found it!
Download the All Of Me Piano Sheet Music PDF file all the way at the bottom of the page.
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Details on The All Of Me Song
For those of you who do not know, the All Of Me song was written by John Legend and was published on his fourth studio album called Love In The Future which came out in 2013.
Legend, dedicated this song to his current wife Chrissy Teigen.
Many remixes have been made, including one by DJ Tiesto.
While John Legend had already reached a level of fame, All of Me put him on the map as a pop and urban star.
What There Is To Know About The All Of Me Piano Sheet Music
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The All Of Me Piano Sheet Music that we’ve brought before you here today is pretty straight forward.
What we can deduct from viewing the first page, is that we get to see what the tempo is, which is 120BPM, which we here at Minedit always recommend you play at and practice with a metronome.
Next is that we learn that the song is in the key of F Minor.
Why not Ab major?
Well, because the main vibe of the song, as well as the beginning and end chord are F minor.
When we have this information, it automatically helps us move forward with knowing what keys we will be using to evidently perform the song, which is the next step I always take when practicing a song.
And that is the key of Ab major, which are the notes Ab, Bb, C, Db, Eb, F, G, Ab.
Or if you’re looking to practice the minor version, I highly recommend that you practice that scale starting from the F note (which will give you the F minor scale)
We also see that there are 3 staff lines, while usually we only get 2 staff lines when we play and read music on piano correct?
Well, that top treble clef is actually representing the melody line of Johns vocal line.
The second treble clef resembles what we will be playing with our right hand and everything on the right side of the middle C of the keyboard, while evidently the left hand and the last bass clef will be taking care of lower sounding bass notes that are located on the left side of the middle C note of the keyboard.
The next and final step is to make sure that when you are practicing you go about things the correct way, and yes there is a correct way to practice things.
How To Practice The All Of Me Piano Sheet Music
The very first step is to categorize and compartmentalize the song.
It’s absolutely no use to start taking things head on unless you have fairly decent sight reading skills.
For anyone with sight reading skills I very much recommend trying to practice reading this chart while using the metronome at a much much slower tempo, such as 50BPM or even slower.
This will give your brain time to process things and actually practice the skill necessary with sight reading.
And keep in mind, the better your sight reading becomes, the better your reading becomes in general.
However, let’s assume for a moment you’re new to piano and have no clue how to approach learning a song like this from a sheet music kind of perspective.
Well, that’s why it is important to start out learning this one with very good habits.
Here’s how I go about reading.
First of all, as mentioned above, categorize and compartmentalize. Divide everything into smaller chunks. This will make it feel less overwhelming.
Set yourself a goal so that you can actually say, hey today I’m actually going to complete 2 measures with both hands, or 4.
What I’d also like you to realize is that while it’s okay to practice the treble clef in the right hand separately and the left hand in the bass clef as well, playing parts separately is so much easier than trying to immediately both hands together, and that’s really what we want to get into the habit of.
When you first start out, focus on playing scales and arpeggios separately.
When it comes to actually piano pieces and parts, try to go about it in the following way.
Whenever I always start out with a piece that’s too difficult to sight read, I slow things down and just take a first good look at the first measure..
Next, I line up between the treble and bass clef what specific notes actually overlap each other.
This is a great visual reminder and will help you sort of realize that oh, these two notes are played at the same times in both hands, while at the same time will show case you what notes in each hand are played separately.
Then, next what you do is that you literally try to play both hands, one note and one step at the time.
That’s how you create the feeling and skill to be able to play both hands at the same time fast and well.
No one has ever learned how to walk by crawling. You learn how to walk by trying to walk.
The same is the case here.
Practicing one hand at a time is the equivalent of crawling. Sure you’re making progress, but it’s not the real deal.
Try it out, and let us know how it goes.
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