Sometimes a fantastic piano piece doesn’t need to be difficult. The facade of complexity may come from the gentle connections between harmonies, from the beauty of the melody and simplicity of structure. F-A-C-A-D-E is a gentle and lyrical waltz that references the quaint beauty of composers such as Erik Satie and Frederic Chopin. It is a gorgeously lyrical piano piece that you will be able to learn and play quickly, for a concert or at home! This piano piece is of an advanced technical level suited to pianists of a grade 3 (ABRSM, Trinity, AMEB) technical level or above. Enjoy!
F-A-C-A-D-E is fantastic to play! You can learn it with our Synthesia piano tutorial, or from our official Sheet Music Boss sheet music at the top of the description!
D-E-C-A-D-E is a beautiful piano piece by Rafał Bienias that takes you on a pensive journey. This relaxing yet powerful piano piece uses a six-note motif with the pitches D-E-C-A-D-E to create a rich landscape that you will want to revisit over and over again! You will love this incredible piano composition, and it will sound equally amazing in a concert performance or at home. If you are at an advanced piano level equivalent to Grade 8 (ABRSM, Trinity, AMEB) or above, this is the perfect piece for you!
Learn how to play A-C-E by Rafał Bienias on piano with this Synthesia piano tutorial! Please enjoy!
Are you a piano A-C-E? This awesome piano composition by Rafał Bienias uses these three notes to create an exciting, mysterious, and emotion piece that would be great to perform in a concert, or at home! The piece is at an upper intermediate to advanced technical level that would be appropriate for pianists at a Grade 6 level (ABRSM, Trinity, AMEB) or above.
Learn A-C-E with our Synthesia piano tutorial, or from our official Sheet Music Boss sheet music at the top of the description!
Composed by Rafał Bienias
Edited by Andrew Wrangell & Samuel Dickenson
Most composers spend their entire lives trying to make something that sounds good, but we have made something that is really, really B-A-D. No, seriously, this is B-A-D, like the piano notes B, A and D. Don’t believe us? Check out the top notes on those first three chords. If you love hidden words in music, or using the letter names of musical notes to spell out words, you’ll love playing this cryptic piano piece in a concert or recital. It is perfect for pianists of an intermediate technical level.
Composed by Andrew Wrangell
Edited by Samuel Dickenson