You can find the violin sheet music for Batman at the following website - www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/Batman-Theme-2nd-Violin/1934640
- In order to read the sheet music correctly, you need to follow the guidelines provided. For example, a G clef is commonly used at the beginning of a clef and to identify this you will need to see a straight stem that has a circle at the bottom of it to signal the G note.
- You will also notice that there are two small numbers displayed on the top and bottom of the clef. The number at the top represents how many beats you need to count and the bottom number displays the note value that appears in one beat.
- In addition, if a note is sharp then the key signature will be raised slightly and if it is flat then the note will be lower.
- You will notice on your sheet music that the Batman tune will be made up of five lines and four spaces which indicate which consecutive notes need to be played. The lines are labeled E, G, B, D and F, and the spaces are labeled F, A, C, E.
- It is important that you are completely aware of the notes on your violin so when you read the notes displayed on the sheet music, you can locate the appropriate note on your instrument. Once you get the hang of it, it will come naturally to you and you can play all the songs you want.