Hedwig’s Theme Piano Notes Letters
- 1 Hedwig’s Theme Piano Notes Letters
- 2 Harry Potter Hedwig’s Theme Violin Tab
- 3 All Major And Minor Scales (including Fingering For Piano)
- 4 How To Play Harry Potter Theme Song On Piano
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Harry Potter Hedwig’s Theme Violin Tab
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On this page you’ll find glockenspiel tutorial videos, sheet music with glockenspiel charts to help you find the notes on the instrument, and a printable PDF for free download.
Harry Potter – Hedwig’s theme song is moderately difficult and has 14 notes (8 natural notes and 6 accidentals), as you can see on the chart after the song notes.
Actually, “Hedwig’s Theme,” as you’ll discover when you listen to the original composition, consists of three themes and a musical bridge. But the first two are the ones we can sing and memorize, so we’ll talk about them in this tutorial video and music sheet.
Harry Potter Hedwig’s Theme Flute Sheet Music
So, the first two staves of the score are the A part of the piece, and the other two staves are the part. We suggest to start studying the first and then the second one starting at 0:35 in the video.
Watch the video twice and study each part at your own pace. Remember to use both mallets as much as you can – not just what’s more comfortable for you (eg right-handed) as important basic technique.
To save this free glockenspiel sheet music of “Harry Potter – Hedwig’s Theme” to your computer, right click (or tap and hold on a mobile device) and select “Save Image…”. Alternatively, you can download the PDF file below.
To download a printable PDF file with sheet music for the glockenspiel of this song, click the button above or the link below. After sharing my Hedwigs theme tutorial, Harry suggested I arrange Lily’s theme. That’s when I got inspired, but I wanted to save it… until now.
All Major And Minor Scales (including Fingering For Piano)
To commemorate this momentous date, I have composed my own cover arrangement of Lily’s theme from the movie Deathly Hallows, both for solo piano and piano-violin duet.
‘Lily’s Theme’ is a miniature choral piece by Alexandre Desplat, the same composer who wrote and conducted the famous ‘Hedwig’s Theme’ from the Harry Potter films.
The song was originally written for string orchestra and is considered one of the most beautiful and emotional Harry Potter soundtracks in the film series, conveying feelings of loneliness and lost childhood. In the film, this soundtrack is played during the scenes ‘Dragon Flight’, ‘Voldemort’s End’ and ‘The Resurrection Stone’. The haunting, back-and-forth harmonies of cellos, violins, violins and choirs are powerful and inspiring to me.
What I’ve laid out doesn’t sound like the original, but you’ll hear some of the main themes in the music. That’s why it’s a ‘cover’: it’s inspired, not a copy of the original.
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I started this project about a month ago in anticipation of this date, and especially with everything else going on in my life I’ve managed to finish it on schedule. It took about twelve hours to compose the solo piano and piano-violin scores on Musescore, and then a total of five hours to practice all three parts on violin and piano.
I’m afraid that, unlike my Hedwig’s theme blog, this won’t be a tutorial, but instead, an overview of my thought process in creating it. I also add download links to PDF files if you want to try my arrangement.
Here, I’ve played both the piano accompaniment and the violin part separately and then combined them in Adobe Premiere. It is not perfect; Apologies for my out-of-tune violin playing as well as the places where the violin and piano parts are completely out of sync. This was the first time such a thing had been done before.
I first started by arranging a solo piano version. To begin, I listened to the original soundtrack to learn the style, tempo, key signature, and time signature of the piece. Knowing the key signature allows me to pick out the bass notes for the left hand. While listening to it, I could identify four sharp notes: F#, C#, G# and D#. This, at first, I thought the piece was written in E major, but it wasn’t quite right. For one thing, the song didn’t sound like happy, upbeat E major Unicorn Land. Second, the song ends on the note C# instead of the expected E. They both point out that it is rather its relative minor: the key to C#.
How To Play Harry Potter Theme Song On Piano
Next, I wanted to draw the time signature. The time signature tells the type of note worth a beat and how many of those notes are in each measure (group of each note).
I want you to go back to the top of this blog and play the original score again. But this time, I want you to try tapping your feet.
This is exactly what surprised me: at first, I couldn’t “know” how the beats were put together. The tempo remains steady, and yet, the beat seems to reset itself inconsistently. Sometimes I feel the beat in groups of four: ‘1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4’, but at other times, it feels in groups of three: ‘1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3’. That’s when I realized what gives Lily’s Theme such an interesting rhythm: like most songs, it doesn’t have a single time signature, but changes several times throughout the piece.
Eventually, I managed to find the official piano arrangement of this Warner Bros. piece for further inspiration. You can check it out here if you’re interested. To my dismay, that official arrangement sounds pretty tame, as it’s a direct replica of the orchestrated version. The remaining no