Taylor Swift took to the stage at the 2014 Grammy Awards on Sunday night (Jan.26), performing 'All Too Well.'

The pop-country princess began her celebration of the Grammy ceremony in December, when she performed for the star-studded ‘Grammy Nominations Concert Live — Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night’ television special, along with Perry, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Lorde, and Keith Urban with Miguel.

The seven-time Grammy winner delivered her new single in an intimate performance, seated at a piano and keeping the focus on the music, rather than pyrotechnics. The song demonstrated the lower register of Swift's voice before building up into a crescendo that also allowed her to jump up into the highest part of her range.

Swift dominated the nominations this year with four, including Best Country Album and Best Country Song. The superstar also scored a nomination in the all-genre Album of the Year category for her genre-bending album, ‘Red,' as well as Best Country Duo/Group Performance for her role in Tim McGraw's 'Highway Don't Care,' which also features Urban.