I have been tied up with lots of things lately, mostly job related stuffs. I have not been working OT till late night for ages, therefore the best word that fits perfectly in my situation now is: Fatique!
Last week, I received an email from my reader about her request for songs from a Korean Drama called Coffee Prince 1st Shop.
Hello Ah Doe,
I’ve tried your rainbow song from Jay Chou and it sounded perfect. I keep playing over and over again… thank you for sharing! 🙂
I wanna ask, do you erm, do requests? I have 2 piano song pieces from a Korean movie but I couldn’t find it anywhere. Not even in the Korean sheet music sites. What’s worst, I don’t even know the exact titles of the song. (I searched through the ost categories). So I’m wondering if you could put the songs into proper sheet music for me. I can give you their MP3s if you’d take up my request. so, will you?
PS: These songs are played in the ‘Coffee Prince’ drama for their episodal scenes. So maybe that’s why I can’t find them because they’re ‘scene’ songs…
Thank you 🙂
And that’s the reason behind the creation of this piano sheet you see below…
Firstly, triggered by a request
Secondly, due to the reason that I have also watched this drama before (Although I can’t even remember at which scene this music was played)
Thirdly, the music itself sounds pleasant
And it’s name is May Second – Giving Tree
*ahem* Strange name for me~
This piano sheet is designed at its original key, E Major. I’ve left out the guitar chords intentionally because this song is meant to be an instrumental piano piece.
Don’t worry about the lyrics, as I mentioned, this song is “instrumental”. If you prefer, you can imitate the idea from “Sound of Music”:
“When you know the notes to sing, you can sing most anything”
Just joking, again…
Well, back to the most important thing: