We’ve been going through the top sheet music from a variety of categories. Now it’s time to count down the twenty most popular pieces of sheet music overall!

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What songs do you think will make the list? Let’s find out!

 

20. “Lover (Wedding Version)” – Paul Hankinson

19.  “Oogway Ascends” – Patrik Pietschmann

18. “Love of My Life” – Queen

17. “You Know My Name” – Tasha Cobbs Leonard feat. Jimi Cravity

16. “Lover” – Taylor Swift

15. “In Case You Don’t Live Forever” – Ben Platt

14. “Raise a Hallelujah” – Bethel Music

13. “Don’t Give Up On Me” – Andy Grammer

12. “Grow As We Go” – Ben Platt

11. “Señorita” – Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello

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10. “Home” – Beetlejuice the Musical

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9. “I Say No” – Heathers (Musical)

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8. “Is He Worthy?” – Chris Tomlin

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7. “The Sound of Silence” – Pentatonix

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6. “Show Yourself” – Frozen 2

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5. “Old Town Road” – Lil Nas X

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4. “Into the Unknown” – Frozen 2

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3. “Dead Mom” – Beetlejuice the Musical

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2. “Someone You Loved” – Lewis Capaldi

And finally…

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1. “Speechless” – Aladdin (2019)

 

And those are our 20 most popular pieces of sheet music from last year! Thanks for following along as we looked back at some of the great music of 2019!

If you’re interested in learning more about our other popular sheet music from the past year, check out all of our “Best of 2019” blogs below:

 

There’s been some great new music released in 2020 so far; we can’t wait to see what the rest of the year will bring! To shop our constantly-growing collection of music, be sure to visit our site often. Stay musical!


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