How to Train Your Dragon is one of the most wonderful cartoon movies in the world.
Released in 2010, the American animated film, based on the book with the same name, had an incredible success.
The story is written by Cressida Cowell and the movie is directed by Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois, produced by Bonnie Arnold.
The soundtrack album of the movie How to Train Your Dragon is composed by John Powell.
The album is named How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture and it won the Academy Award, the International Film Music Critics Association 2011 Awards for the Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the Year.
The album is the result of the sixth collaboration of John Powell with DreamWorks, and it is the first album where he helmed the score on his own, without collaborating with other composers on it.
The song has a lot of Celtic influences and looking into the free Test Drive piano sheet music composition, we can find elements like a fiddle, bagpipes, dulcimer, pennywhistle, and harpsichord.
John also brought the Icelandic singer Jonsi to write and record one of the songs from the album, the one used on the credits of the film.
The album was very well received by critics and earned universal praise.
One of the most appreciated opinions was Christian’s Clemmensen, who said:
Powell has finally managed to create a well-rounded and more easily digestible variation on his typical mannerisms for How to Train Your Dragon
Test Drive has 2:36 minutes and it is on the 11th position in the album.
It is a powerful animated and invigorating song, used in the movie at the moment that Toothless the Dragon, was tested with the new wing that his master built for him.
Some people use to listen to Test Drive whenever they want to celebrate moments of triumph in their lives.
The difficulty of the free Test Drive piano sheets is intermediate, so you can try playing it at your piano at home.