Free Blank Piano Sheet Music

Looking to write your own songs or music scores? Here's some blank piano sheet music to get all that music that is floating around in your head down on paper. 

It always seems like when I get that great new song or melody I never have any music paper to write it down on. And if I don't get it down on paper as soon as I can I end up forgetting it. It's awful to loose that awesome melody or lick because you don't have any music paper to write it down on.

So.... here is some staff paper that you can use to get all of those piano music notes written down before you forget them and they are lost forever.

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Types of Free Blank Sheet Music

There are a few different types of blank piano sheet music that I have available. Not every situation calls for the same type of paper. 

For piano players, you are more than likely going to need blank piano music paper. This type of music paper contains the grand staff. The grand staff is made up of both the treble clef and bass clefs.

The piano solo sheet is similar to the above piece of music except instead of labeling the treble and bass clef, it leaves them out. This is good if you want to really customize your piece of
music to meet your needs.

If you are looking for a blank canvas of staff lines, you can use the eight staff paper, or the 10 staff paper. This paper is great for any instrument. All you need to do is add the clef you want and you’re ready to go.

The eight staff blank piano sheet music gives a lot more room for writing your music. If you are needing to edit or add any side notes, this music paper is great. If you are just copying a piece of music, or don't need all the extra space, then the ten staff paper will work. 

The elementary music paper is great too for young children. It has only six sets of staff lines. It gives a lot of room for kids to learn to read and write music notes. It is a wide-ruled paper giving plenty of room!

If you have a melody for a solo singer, then you can use the Vocal with piano sheets. I love this paper if I have a piano piece and need to add in the vocal melody.

Most choirs directors will use the SATB with piano paper. If you are needing to write out each part: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass, along with the piano, this is great for that. It gives you one set of staff lines for each part, and a grand staff for the piano.

The SATB paper gives you a blank music score with a set of staff line for each part like above. The only difference is, you get a lot more on one side of the paper. Here you can get three lines of parts, where above you only get two.

For two piano playing together, or multiple instruments with a piano, use the two part piano sheet. Use this blank piano sheet music to write multiple piano parts, or you can add any other instrument together with the piano.

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How To Use This Sheet Music

Now that you have you sheet music, it’s time to learn how to use it.

To use this paper properly, you need to first decide what purpose you are using them for. Make sure to use the guide above and pick the best sheet music that works the best for you.

Each piece of music has to have the key signature labeled. First decide what key the song is in, and label the proper number of sharps and flats next to the clef.

It is helpful to go ahead an label the sharps and flats on every set of staff lines in the song.

Also, make sure to draw in the correct clef. The piano uses the grand staff which is made up of the treble clef and bass clef.

Other instruments might only use one clef. Make sure you know which clef your instrument uses, and label them on the staff lines.

Another important thing to mention when when using this blank piano sheet music is to label any accidentals.

An accidental is a sharp or flat note that falls outside of the key you are playing in. If you are in the key of C, and you need to write an E flat, you need to make sure to draw in a flat sign next to the E so you know to play a flat.

You have to write this in because E flat is not in the key of C, so you have to label it next to that note.

A final tip when writing music, is to make sure you always have something with you to write it all down with. If you don’t have this sheet music with you, make sure you have a piece of notebook paper on hand so you don’t forget anything.

It is very easy to get an idea in your head and then forget it.
 With this free blank piano sheet music that will never happen to you.

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