All of Me | Melody with Chords and Easy Piano Accomaniment

by | Jan 22, 2018 | Arrangements, Sheet Music, Sheet Music | 0 comments

This is my best selling arrangement, and it isn’t any wonder why! All of me is a great piece of music to learn. This modern pop love song topped the charts around the world and is a favourite for weddings. I actually played a guitar arrangement of this at my sisters wedding with flute. 

I arranged this because one my piano pupils wanted to learn it so I made a simple arrangement of the accompaniment she could play as she sang. 

I am working on the audio for this, while I do enjoy the original audio and video below and go and take a look at my arrangement on sheet music plus and by it if it is what you are looking for. 

Key

C major / Am (Natural)

Instrumentation

Guitar (Notation and Tab)

Voice. Range: E4 – E5

Other Info

Written By: 

David Hodges and Christina Perri

Contents: 

Score and Parts

Description

All of Me by the Legend who’s first name is John, is a great piece to learn to play. In this arrangement you will get the full score with Melody and chords and a simple piano accompaniment and each part also separately included.

The melody part could be used by various instruments in C if you would like to have an instrumental version. Also with the melody parts and chords you can use with a keyboard and use Casio chord if you like! Find a rhythm and go with it!

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