The sheet music offered here is a piano arrangement of “A Thousand Years”, a song featured in the movie The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 and composed by Christina Perri and David Hodges. This version is arranged for simple piano and contains the lyrics to help one follow where one is in the song. The chords are included for a beginner piano piano student to take alternate notes or to pretend this is a lead sheet. I kept the original key of Bb major.
Edit: I did not check my fingering on a piano yet. I put this out quickly when someone reminded me that I said had this. I see a few things right away that I might do an alternate way.
Two students, one violin and one piano and both 12, requested this song at the same time. The simple violin arrangement for “A Thousand Years” can be found at Christina Perri – A Thousand Years – Arranged for Simple Violin. Both arrangements were scored after listening to the official music video.
This is a lullaby, which means that it should be rather gentle. Please listen to the original song to understand the desired mood.
To download free sheet music for “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri and David Hodges arranged for easy piano as a .pdf, please click here:
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Thank you. Loved it
Thanks, will try it this week
Love it. Very simple yet sounds nice
Sorry but there are a number of incorrect chords here
It looks like I used Sibelius’ auto find-the-chord-based-on-notes after writing all the notes in the right and left hands, so the chords should be correct relative to the notes written. Do you mean that there are chords different from the original? That is possible, yes. If you can tell me the measures, I could go back and check them.
I love it! 💗
I’m Evan and I’m nine years old and I have been working on this song for five months and I have mastered this song and played it for a wedding
That sounds fun and exciting! You must have practiced diligently in those 5 months, and I am glad to hear that your performance went well.