Eye In The Sky
Alan Parsons Project

Relaxing Piano Cover



"Eye in the Sky" is a song by the band, The Alan Parsons Project. The song was released in 1982 as a single from their sixth studio album of the same name.

The song reached #3 on the Billboard charts in the US, #1 in Canada and Spain, and #6 in New Zealand, making it the band's most successful release.




My goal, as always, is to create a super easy piano arrangement that sounds good and is fun to play. I learned "Eye In The Sky" by The Alan Parsons Project from a lead sheet, which is sheet music that just shows the right-hand melody and chord symbols.


I improvised the left hand part by using blocked and broken chords chords, and played a simple, single-note melody line with my right hand.


Before I knew any chords, it would take me weeks to learn a new song. After I started learning chords, I could learn a new song in less than an hour. I was able to do this because I no longer had to read the music notes on the bass clef.

Knowing chords allows me to create my own piano arrangements. Now all I read is the right hand melody on the treble clef.




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