Encanto: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack Arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar with Color Photos!   Import  Single ASIN

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Additional information

Publisher ‏

‎ Hal Leonard; Bilingual edition (31 January 2022)

Language ‏

‎ English

Paperback ‏

‎ 96 pages

ISBN-10 ‏

‎ 1705159338

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 978-1705159330

Dimensions ‏

‎ 22.86 x 0.62 x 30.48 cm

5 reviews for Encanto: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack Arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar with Color Photos!   Import  Single ASIN

  1. mczepi

    True to score
    I appreciate that this book didn’t shy away from the difficult rhythms and key signatures, keeping it true to the original music. This was listed as a drawback for some, but for me, I dislike when sheet music is simplified to easier keys or rhythms. That being said, this isn’t a book for beginners. Another drawback mentioned by other reviewers was how some songs’ lyrical lines were written an octave “up”. This is very commonly done to avoid excessive ledger lines for the low songs, or the need to read bass clef for male singers. So again, not a drawback for me either as long as you keep the appropriate vocal range in mind.

  2. Tom

    Right key, accurate representation of recording, many pages
    Purchased to learn to play for my grandchildren, I find this to be in the right key, good arrangement similar to available YouTube recordings. The arrangements are lengthy however, with many pages. I think they could be reworked to be more concise. Print is easy to read, binding is appropriate.

  3. Dominique

    Fun music; not too hard, but an octave off
    The music is in the original key as the songs in the movie (which I always appreciate), but many of the singer’s lines are an octave too high. It’s not too difficult to take them down the octave, but I just think it’s strange they would write it up really high when it doesn’t need to be. Most people’s voice range includes a low G and not a high G. (See pic of last page of Waiting on a Miracle as an example.)Dos Orguitas is in there twice—once in Spanish and once in English. But the music is exactly the same.There are some funky rhythms but I’m not a perfectionist pianist so I’m okay with approximate rhythms. 🙂 I bought the book for singing and it’s fun to sing!

  4. Kilu

    not ready for that
    didn’t realize they had an easy version out for piano.. probly 6 mo to year till able to handle the cords and changes. its mine. glad I got.. the rythems are amazing

  5. Siobhan

    Maybe not for piano students
    I have many Hal Leonard Disney books, and have been anxiously waiting for this one to come out. After playing through it once, I think the arrangements are nice, and enjoy the full-color stills from the movie at the beginning.However, I want to give a caution for people thinking of buying this for their children in piano lessons. This music is maybe advanced intermediate. Some of the songs are difficult to play because of the syncopation of the music. But two of the songs are difficult because of the key signatures (which could easily have been changed by the editor). The Family Madrigal is in D flat major (5 flats), and What Else Can I Do? is in B major (5 sharps).

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