Inception – Time on Piano

This masterpiece was composed by Hans Zimmer.

After having seen the movie, it instantly become one of my favorite movies; the soundtrack is also partially at fault for this 😉
I have been working on other pieces, but I just had to take time to learn this after I found the sheets (thanks to Tomoki Miyoshi for the sheets;


I hope you guys enjoy; been a while since I uploaded a “normal” piece; it feels nice after such a long time; I miss it…



Skyrim Cover by Lindsey Stomp – One Voice, One Violin

Now, the video that you will (yes, not might, will) listen to below is sure to send chills down the back of any gamers listening to do this.

As you can guess by the title, it’s the Skyrim Main theme on Violin with Vocals. Let’s get something clear, the cover is made up by one man’s voice, one Violin being played and 120 tracks. Yes, 1 2 0. All of this adds up to a song, sounding even better than the original.

The video with the cover is worth watching though. It’s actually very interesting… Kinda hard to say good parts about the video about spoiling anything seen. (No spoilers for the game itself mind you.)

To those out there who don’t have Skyrim at yet. Get it. Just do eet!

Enough babbling, here’s the song:


Inception – Time – Piano Solo by Kyle Landry

Hey guys!
This week I’ll be sharing a piece played not by me, but by someone else. Most of us have heard of him, Kyle Landry.

Check out his channel for his works. He has some great renditions of well and unknown pieces. He even makes his own songs sometimes. Definetely one of the best guys on Youtube!

Enough of this great guy, time to talk about the song. The name of this song is “Time” from the Motion Picture “Inception”. The movie is and should seriously have been seen by anybody who watches movies. Leonardo DiCaprio at his best 😀

The song itself is very reminiscent of time – hence the name.  The piece has a nice progression till the climax at around 3:20. The piece itself is one I really wanna play later on! Seems like a very moving piece to play as it is to listen to.

Here’s the piece for you to judge yourself:

The sheet music from Kyle Landry directly