Sad Piano


Sometimes you feel faded. Listen. Rest. Fade away.
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F-A-D-E-D is a beautiful piano piece by Rafał Bienias, exploring the “F-A-D-E-D” motif (each letter refers to a pitch in the motif). This emotional and pensive work will transport you to a fantasy world, where everything you know starts to fade away into the ether. This would be an excellent piece to play in a recital, or to friends.

F-A-D-E-D is of upper intermediate to advanced level difficulty, so pianists of approximately Grade 6 (AMEB, ABRSM, Trinity, etc.) and above ability would be best suited to learn this piece.

Composed by Rafał Bienias
Edited by Andrew Wrangell & Samuel Dickenson

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Hello is the ninth track from Fallen (2003), the first studio album by Evanescence. The song was written in remembrance of Amy Lee’s younger sister who passed away at a very young age. Fallen was a huge success, selling over 17 million copies since its release and had several charting singles. Amy Lee’s whimsical piano playing can be heard on Hello, and the riffs appear here, in this version of the sheet music. It is guaranteed to bring tears to your eyes.

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Playground school bell rings again
Rain clouds come to play again
Has no one told you she’s not breathing?
Hello, I’m your mind
Giving you someone to talk to, hello

If I smile and don’t believe
Soon I know I’ll wake from this dream
Don’t try to fix me, I’m not broken
Hello, I’m the lie
Living for you so you can hide, don’t cry

Suddenly I know I’m not sleeping
Hello, I’m still here
All that’s left of yesterday