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Married Life piano sheet music

married life piano sheet music
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Michael Giacchino


“Married Life” is a piece of music from the Pixar/Disney film “UP”. It’s a bitter-sweet sounding waltz, one of many pieces that make up the film score. It is played by an orchestra for the movie but sounds beautiful played on a piano.

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Michael Giaccino wrote the score for the movie, “Up” and won a Grammy, a Golden Globe a BAFTA and an Academy Award. He was also composer for the video games “Medal of Honor” and “Call of Duty”.

Married Life is a beautiful song to learn to play in 3/4 time using broken chords in the left hand with the melody in the right hand.

Cheat sheet


ArtistMichael Giaccino
ComposerMichael Giaccino
Release Year2009
Genre(s)Film score
Difficulty levelIntermediate
Key(s)F major
Meter 3/4
Techniques Broken chords in the left hand


Interesting fact

When Michael Giaccino found out there was a school that exclusively taught what he loved to do – combine visual with music – he couldn’t believe his luck. He signed up to the School of Visual Arts in New York City and majored in film production.

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