STOP ASKING FOR FREE MUSIC!! there is such a thing as a copy write law. it seems like every week someone is asking for free music and they get the same answer everytime. people, go out an BUY your music! okay, rant over.
I think the responsible thing is to figure it out on your own. This is pop music (and what most ask for here)...it's quite easy to figur out. There are many odd chords in catchy tunes like this because repitition makes it easier to remember. Work on your ear training. I get a great sense of satisfaction when I figure out songs and pieces without music! The song then means much more to me. Titanic is in E major...the opening flute part starts on middle E...go from there...
I believe that a transcription, or in general any new arrangement of any type, does not void the copyright from the original author, at least for pieces written later than 1923.
So be careful about posting that type of music at any public site and particularly here; we all want to keep this place legal and safe.
The safe thing is to search and buy the scores; the most famous are normally always available and they are not too much expensive.
Searching for scores to buy puts you in contact with editing houses and distributors of sheet music, something that I find exciting and an opportunity to learn many new things, for a modic price.
I would give a finger (from my left foot) to be able of doing what you suggest. Even being able to play the chords at the piano at a decent speed would merit a good piece of that finger. But I am afraid not so many of us could figure out a melody by ear. Maybe by try and error it can be done, if one has the basic knowledge of harmony. Not my case, very, very unfortunately.:(
First off..it definitely does not void a copyright law to use your transcription instead of the actual music that was wrtten...otherwise people with perfect pitch (which I sadly do not possess) could basically be free from copyright laws just from being born a certain way.
Secondly...you can defintely learn to do this jose_luis! This is how I do it (and taught myself)...I started with a simple melodical pop song. I listened to it over and over and over until I knew the melody by heart. I started with "Right Here Waiting" by Richard Marx. The melody is simple, repetitive, beautiful, and easy to learn. Once you get this song you will want to rip through the CD collection doing others. The melody is perfect on flute also. Forget about the "key" right now. It's in a mode I will talk about in a second. I don't want to give awy too much, but I wil guide you as howo start learning it. This is a VERY popular 80's love song...most people my age or a little older have it...otherwise...iTunes has it for $.99. Listen to it over and over (believe it or not I have been known to repeat the song all night when I'm sleeping, and I know the song even better in the morning). This one is free of sharps and flats in the melody. You might think it is in C major or a minor with the key signature...but it's actually in G Mixolydian...I definitely suggesta little theory knowledge if possible...but it's ok to just jump in...that's what I did. I used to just relate everything to the key signature that I discovered while playing through it. Now that I have had some thry training...instead of saying C major starting on the note G...I can say G Mixolydian and know what I am talking about more precisely. Mixolydian mode is this...take the key signature of C major...take the Dominant or 5th note...G...Play a G scale with the C Major key sig....sounds confusing, but that's only one of the 7 modes...lol You can also remember it by the W and H steps...W-W-H-W-W-H-W....or that scale degree 7 will be lowered one Half-step.
Anyway...the song starts on G with no accidentals whatsoever...it doesn't modulate (change keys) at all, and is quite simple to get down. When you know about chords and what chords are in each key...then you can go through with pettygood accuracy and listen to the bass line...plug in the chords that fit with the melody and bass line..and call it a day. I'm not saying you will get everything right away, but you can at least get the melody fairly quickly soon after starting it. I play pop music all the time because it helps my ear training. If you want a challenge...try Beauty and the Beast from the movie...not the end credits with Celine Dion...the one with Angela Lansbury singing...that one is ridiclous with key signatures and modulations! If you need any help figuring anything out - feel free to email me. I am also going to posta recording of Right Here Waiting on my file site...take a listen if you want...
Not to point out the obvious but why would someone want "Titanic Piano Notes"? Any notes from any Titanic piano would sound a bit dull, lifeless and somewhat water-logged after spending so much time at the bottom of the north atlantic since 1912.