Pieces on KEY MAPS

This page provides information and links to our sheet music on Key Maps - Key Maps provide vertical notation that maps the location of your fingers on the keyboard (pitch). The notes are on a timeline that shows the length of each note (rhythm). Key maps are the featured notation of this site. This page guides you to the individual pieces and collections that are notated as key maps.
 

 For information on how to read Key Maps
click on this link: How to Read Key Maps

For information on how to play from Key Maps
click on this link: LEARNING Series

Links to the key map sheet music (by skill level) are contained at the end of this page. Links that provide useful information about this music are shown immediately below.

About Key Map Skill Levels - For information about the skill levels, click on this link.

About "Key Map "Versions" -  We are providing sheet music in the four versions of key maps that we consider most promising. The "versions" of any key map are identical to each other except for the coloring of the notes. Note that these "versions" are NOT different versions of a piece - as in when the notes are arranged differently so as to change the sounds that are played - as when a difficult piece is arranged to be easier to play. These "key map versions" also should not be confused with the "notation versions" which are different versions of the notation: key diagrams, key maps, and grand staff. For more information on these versions, click on the above link.

About Key Map File Names - In addition to the key map titles, skill levels,  and version codes, other useful information is included in the file names. If you want to know more about the information in the file names. click on this link. 

You can organize your music in a 3-ring view binder library using our: Binder Organizer


For direct access to the sheet music, click on the link (below) to the page that you want to view, and you will find direct links to the music for viewing or download:

Level A - Beginner - For the beginning student. Focuses on playing single melodies with both hands (one note at a time).

Level B - Advanced Beginner - Focuses on 2-part pieces, occasionally with 3 notes at a time. 

Level C - Player - This level includes a large part of the available piano literature. Pieces include melodies played along with chord symbols.

Level D - Advanced Player - Includes difficult pieces that take a good bit of effort to learn.

Level E - The Artist - Includes pieces requiring the highest level of skill.

For examples of music at these levels, simply click on one of the links above to view the listing of pieces at your chosen level. Then in the chosen list, click on the name of the unit that you want to view. This will display the selected unit.