What many piano learners are curious about is the difficulty of the music. However, it is not easy in the first place to simply indicate the difficulty of a music as levels. Every person has a difference in their playing techniques, hand sizes and has different feelings about the difficulty. In addition, different publishers have different standards for evaluating difficulty, which can lead to confusion. PianoLevels.com is intended to measure and refer to the average difficulty level by participating in the difficulty assessment by many people, including piano learners, teachers, and pianists. Vote for your difficulty rating! (→ How to vote?)
Difficulty Evaluation Criteria:
PianoLevels.com uses 10 levels of difficulty. Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced are divided into 3 levels, and you can vote in 0.5 units. (For level 10 ‘not human’, select a super-difficult work that seems impossible for humans to play.) Please vote for the difficulty level you feel.
- The difficulty level displayed on this site is the average of the evaluations that the users voted for. Depending on the number of votes, the actual difficulty level may differ considerably.
- The links to find the music sheets are just to help you find them, and other products may appear in the search results. When purchasing a sheet music, please check the contents carefully and purchase it at your own risk.
Administrator of this site
A piano teacher. When I was teaching piano in a certain country, I realized how grateful it is to get good quality sheet music easily. I introduce various sheet music that will help us not only learn techniques but also enjoy the fun of expressing music in piano lesson and practice,.