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Perhaps due to its presence in so many movie scores these days, the piano has epitomised itself as an instrument of intense emotional expression. There is often something inherent in its richness and range that draws the ear towards the story it is offering in a way other instruments do not. The first work on my list is the opening movement of what has come to be nicknamed, the moonlight, sonata after a critic described the opening of the piece as moonlight dancing on the water of a lake. One of the more outwardly simplistic pieces that Chopin composed, this Prelude has a brooding pensiveness about it from the opening chord. Melodically, Chopin chooses to write a rising arpeggio that climbs from the darker regions of the piano register. Each time it is heard, it seems to attempt to reach upwards towards a light, only to fall each time back to where it came from. The whole Prelude is barely two minutes in length with an unfaltering ostinato in the right-hand like a tolling bell that simply stops at the pianissimo close of the piece. From the final dynamic marking of this brief Prelude, we have a clear sense of the nature of the composition. Chopin writes smorzando , meaning dying away which adequately reflects the despair the composer was feeling at the time of writing from the Monastery in Majorca. Similar to the B minor Prelude above, Chopin uses a simple but elegant melody that struggles to move against the unrelenting pulse of the accompanying chords.


And this sad song medley will have you mastering sad songs on the piano in no time! Make sure to check out the sheet music from Sheet Music Boss exclusively at musicnotes. If you want to learn these songs individually, check out our Easy Piano Sheet Music arrangements, or browse for the arrangement of your choice by clicking the links below.

The beauty of playing music is that it can help you express your sadness, and allow you to let it go. Here is a selection of twelve sad songs and pieces from across genres to capture and soothe a melancholy mood, all available to learn in the flowkey app. That said, there is a sense of optimism at the end to carry you through. Satie himself said he was inspired by a novel by Flaubert, and the piece was published alongside a poem by Latour. Probably his most famous piece, it evokes the peaceful feeling of simply staring up at the moon at night. It may begin quiet and minimal, but builds into expressive, fast runs of the fingers. The effect is majestic, before tapering back down to a gentle ending. Whether stately, sexual or purely spiritual, this piano arrangement allows you to strip away the lyrical meaning and simply play out your emotions. Paul Simon once said that the inspiration for this song came while sitting in a bathroom at age twenty-one with the lights out, no sound but the water running. He wanted to capture the feeling of these solitary times, the ability to create a perfect moment when alone with an instrument.

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And this sad song medley will have you mastering sad songs on the piano in no time! Make sure to check out the sheet music from Sheet Music Boss exclusively at musicnotes. If you want to learn these songs individually, check out our Easy Piano Sheet Music arrangements, or browse for the arrangement of your choice by clicking the links below. Not quite ready for these arrangements? Beginner Notes are sheet music arrangements for beginning musicians, featuring large notes with the letter of the note name indicated in the note head.

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