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Accordion Transcription Service

Get your accordion songs transcribed accurately into sheet music by professionals​

How does it work?

Send us the music
All we need is a video or an audio file



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We transcribe your favorite accordion songs for you. We transcribe the most iconic accordion parts you can imagine and we can also adapt your favorite song into the accordion. Our professional accordion players and transcribers will create custom sheet music for you.

Days of Wine and RosesThe Days of Wine and Roses - As played by Sture Synnefors - Accordion music sheet
Days of Wine and RosesThe Days of Wine and Roses - As played by Sture Synnefors - Accordion music sheet
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Days of Wine and RosesThe Days of Wine and Roses - As played by Sture Synnefors - Accordion music sheet
Days of Wine and RosesThe Days of Wine and Roses - As played by Sture Synnefors - Accordion music sheet

#1 Musician’s choice accordion transcription service online

transcriptions delivered since 2011

What's included?

Fast turnaround time

1-2 days standard delivery time.
Rush orders available

All sheet music formats

Get the transcription in digital format:

100% accuracy & Customer care

Note-for-note transcriptions and full customer support along the process

Flexible pricing for Accordion


$19-35+ USD

per minute of music

Every transcription is different and our prices reflect the time and skill required to transcribe the music accurately

Our Accordion rates are based on:

1. Difficulty

2. Music density and complexity

3. Song length

4. Instrumentation

Frequently asked questions

Accordion Transcription

What does transposing mean?

Transposing means changing the original key signature of a song, e.g. C into a different key signature e.g. D.

Why would I need to transpose a song?

Transposing is very useful both to singers who need to sing the music in a key signature that fits their voice perfectly; it is also extremely useful for transposing instruments like trumpets and clarinets.

How do you transpose the music?

If the music is already in a digital format such as .musx or .sib, transposing the music is an automatic process. Nevertheless, if the music is not in a digital format such as pdf or handwritten, we have to manually digitize it into notation software (Sibelius or Finale), and only once this is done we can transpose it.

Can you transpose directly from a pdf or image?

No, we can’t. Transposing must always be done digitally, so we need to digitize the sheet music first through a music notation software such as Finale or Sibelius.

How much does the transposing services cost?

Our prices are based on five aspects: the length of the original score, the quality of the scan, the density of music per page, the complexity of music notation, and the inclusion of paramusical text (lyrics, chord symbols, other text markings…). Send us the music you need us to transpose and any details you find important and we will send you a price quote. If you want further information, you can find it [here]

What kind of instruments can you transpose?

We can transpose music of any instrument!

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Which songs can be transcribed?

We can transcribe all songs and music genres! Send us your songs and we’ll transcribe them – whether it’s piano covers, guitar TABs, jazz solos, vocals, orchestral themes, or original compositions. We’ve got you covered!

Which music styles do you transcribe?

All music styles, all genres: pop, jazz, Broadway, rock, classical, R&B, blues, reggae, country, hip-hop, EDM, folk, African music, Indian music… you name it!

Which instruments do you transcribe?

All instruments! We’ve got an expert for every instrument on our team, guaranteeing your specific request is in the hands of the right specialist. We also have professional arrangers, copyists, and a quality control team that will make sure everything is spot on.

If I only want a portion of the song, do I have to pay the full price?

No. If you only want a portion of the song, let us know what timestamps you want and we will adjust the price quote for you – we won’t charge the cost of transcribing the full song.

I don't know how to read sheet music very well. Can you help me?

Yes, we’re here to help! Here are some of the things we can do:

  • Create a Synthesia (piano only) or Soundslice (any instrument) tutorial for you.
  • Simplify the piece to suit your level.
  • Add fingering suggestions in the most complex passages of the score to help you learn the piece.
  • Add educational large noteheads with note names.

Overall, how does it work?

1. You request a quote – Send us the music you want us to transcribe (an audio file or a Youtube link!) and give us all relevant information: instruments, timestamps, difficulty, and arrangement details.

2. We assess and adapt – We are all music transcribers: we will listen to your music and get back to you with a price quote that suits your needs. An in-house specialist is always ready to take care of your project.

3. You place the order – When all details and the price quote have been agreed on, you will place your order securely to get us started.

4. We transcribe – Our professional transcribers will craft your transcription as agreed. We will ensure the process is smooth and keep you updated if we have news or questions.

5. You enjoy the music – 100% satisfaction – We will send you the completed transcription in all the formats you need to print or use it.

We will make sure everything looks good to you. Adjusting any small details that might have been missed is our job too.

How do I get a price quote?

Go to our contact us page where you can fill out our contact form or find our email and phone numbers. Send us the music you want us to transcribe (an audio file or YouTube link!) and let us know all the relevant information: instruments, arrangement details, preferred deadline, etc. We will get back to you with a price quote within the next 1-4 hours!

How long does it take?

Our standard delivery time is 1-2 days and we also have a rush order service!

Larger or highly complex projects may take a little longer. Let us know your preferences – we will strive to meet your deadlines.

I need a transcription done urgently. Can you help me?

Yes, we have a rush order service for urgent requests. Get in touch with your requirements and we’ll take it from there.

I am a songwriter and I want you to transcribe my music. Who will own the sheet music?

If we transcribe your original music, we will not withhold any rights on the transcriptions. The scores provided will belong to you – you can distribute, share, and sell them as you wish.

How do you transcribe music? Do you use a transcription software?

We transcribe and arrange music by ear, manually typing it into our music notation software note-by-note. This is a detailed and thorough process. We do not use any music transcription software because it delivers poor results and at My Sheet Music Transcriptions, we strive to provide a world-class transcription service. 

All of our transcribers are professional musicians who take pride in their craft.

Who are you?

We are a team of 40+ professional musicians, transcribers, arrangers, and composers. Our headquarters are in Barcelona, where we started our journey, but we now work with musicians from all around the world – mainly across the US, Canada, Australia, and Europe – with a strong presence in New York and London! Our mission is to spread music globally through customized transcriptions and arrangements.

We have been growing since 2011, and have completed more than 32,000 transcriptions so far. We believe a friendly customer service and a talented group of music transcribers is the best way to provide you with the sheet music you have always wanted.

Who do you usually work for?

We have an extensive and diverse clientele: from original composers and songwriters who want their music transcribed to music lovers who want to play their favorite songs but cannot find the sheet music online, and gigging musicians who don’t have the time to create their sheet music themselves.

Our work ranges from big projects with orchestras, bands, musicals, and schools to individual projects, with both professional and amateur musicians. 

What we all have in common is that music is our passion 🙂