Below is printable sheet music for Beethoven’s Für Elise (the entire piece), which I’ve marked up for you, to include each note’s letter name (E, A, B, D#, etc.) . I’ve used this mark-up method with many of my early piano students, allowing them to start playing great sounding pieces that are well beyond their current reading level.
This approach is best for people with a general idea of how piano notation works, but who are weak on associating all those lines and spaces with the keys on the piano, or maybe not too keen on interpreting key signatures.
Disclaimer: The marking of letter-names on sheet music is a valid tool for learning piano, depending on how and when it is used.
Be advised that in the context of academic study, for example traditional piano lessons, this practice should be at the discretion of the professional instructor, and not of the student. This is because, when used in the wrong setting, or in the wrong way, letter-notes can actually become a hindrance to one’s learning to read music fluently!
A big focus of “Piano with Kent” is to get people to their pianos, and to bring musical experiences and knowledge to those who may not have the time, the funds, or the circumstances to be taking formal lessons. Millions of people want to play piano, and also to play better and better, and most of those millions do not have the luxury of a private instructor. The letter-name sheets provided here, are in that spirit.