On Wings of Song numbered musical notation and stave are corresponding completely, which is the specified track for EOP Demon Training Camp and also suitable for his members to practice!
On Wings of Song (German: "Auf Flügeln des Gesanges") is a poem by the German Romantic poet Heinrich Heine. It was published in Buch der Lieder in 1827. Felix Mendelssohn set it to music as the second of his "six songs for voice and piano" (Opus 34-2, 1834). This song has been translated into other languages and has been adopted in school music textbooks for China, Japan and Korea.
Mendelssohn wrote many songs, both for solo voice and for duet, with piano. Many of these are simple, or slightly modified, strophic settings. Some, including Auf Flügeln des Gesanges (On Wings of Song), became popular. Nine of Mendelssohn's songs, including Auf Flügeln des Gesanges and Neue Liebe (New Love, set to a poem by Heinrich Heine) were transcribed for piano solo, in a virtuoso style, by Franz Liszt.