Turret Opera (Cara Mia) – Piano!

Based on comments on a fellow video-game-music-playing pianist, Taioo, piano sheet music for the Turret Opera is in high demand. So far, only the Choral / SATB version was available, which I arranged yesterday. Now there’s a piano version!

This is the as-of-now untitled operatic song at the end of the game. Due to lack of official word from Valve, it is referred to as The Fat Lady Sings</strong, Turret Opera or O Cara Mia, Addio. It was composed by Valve’s awesome in-house composer Mike Morasky. Lyrics by Ellen McLain.

Taioo’s performance of the song:


Download sheet music!
Piano solo
Choral / SATB


33 thoughts on “Turret Opera (Cara Mia) – Piano!

  1. Do you think anyone could translate this piece into the Alto Clef? If so, please email me the sheet music at [email removed].


    1. Just take it down two half steps. If you can’t do it you should learn to do it; transposition is an important skill.


      1. This is many months late, but for trumpet you should read it two half-steps up. Don’t forget to change the key too! If you do it right, it’ll be in the trumpet’s key of C major, which is wonderful.

        Also, thanks for the music Sebastian! Saved me the trouble of arranging it for myself, haha.


      1. I disagree! I think it’s very good. The only thing I can think of is the F# in measure 4 should really be Gb in order to keep the triad properly spelled. It’s not that big of a deal, but Bb aeolian doesn’t have a F#. If you have a different reason for that, let me know!


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  3. the video that’s up there did you make the sheets AND the video cause I NEED to know or i want print it cause i want to make sure that’s that’s you using these sheets so if you can tell me thank you


    1. The video isn’t mine, like I wrote above. I did not play this version, someone else did.
      Also, I’m not entirely sure what you’re asking. Protip: Punctuation.


  4. Hi yes, I have no clue at sheet reading, im currently jut started learning htis as school so i was going to ask a completely stupid question. The sheet with the “doo doo doo…” thats the piano version…right? :3 Thanks for replying if you do.


  5. I have to say, this is great. Just finished learning it on the piano and it sounds pretty much spot on. Only qualm I have is that there’s an extended version out there which is about a minute longer – any chance of adding the arrangement for the extended version, or any tips on doing it myself? Thanks.


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