Payphone Piano Sheet Music
Maroon 5 – Payphone Piano Sheet Music
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Payphone Piano Sheet Music.pdf
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This Payphone by Maroon 5 piano sheet music is not fake, it’s real. It’s available in a neat pdf file.
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So this time, unlike some of my previous transcriptions, I tried to transform this song into something more romantic. I slowed down the tempo, arranged the chord accompaniment and arpeggios and added some space for the dynamics. Basically, what I did was trying to make the song “more pianish” (if I may say so) when being played on a piano. Please watch the tutorial video provided below as your reference. And please don’t hesitate to leave your comment about the transcription. Do you like it? Or do you prefer if I make the transcription in its original style?
Sheet Music Details
Original Published Key: B Major
Sheet Music Key: C Major
Difficulty: Intermediate – Advanced
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How To Play Payphone by Maroon 5
I’ve also recorded the tutorial using synthesia to give you a little picture of how to play this song on a piano or keyboard. You can have a look the video at Youtube.com: How to Play “Payphone” by Maroon 5 – Piano Tutorial.
Payphone – Song Trivia
“”Payphone” is a song performed by the American pop rock band Maroon 5. The song was released on April 17, 2012, as the lead single from their fourth studio album Overexposed (2012). It features American rapper Wiz Khalifa. It was written by Adam Levine, Benny Blanco, Ammar Malik, Dan Omelio, Shellback and Wiz Khalifa, and it was produced by Benny Blanco and Shellback. The song is a pop ballad and it talks about a romance that is no more.
The mid-tempo song finds Adam lamenting a deteriorating relationship and Wiz’s verse talks about how regretful the unlucky lover will be for walking away. The song’s title comes from Levine’s line: “I’m at a payphone trying to call home / All of my change I spent on you.” The song has received positive reviews from music critics, who praised the catchy melody and named it “a radio success”. Some critics dismissed Wiz Khalifa’s appearance and its title.” (Source: http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Payphone_%28song%29)Related search terms for this article:
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