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Begginer piano sheet reading question

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Hello, I'm learning piano and reading sheets.

I've seen a few sheets that a tryed to play but some notes are different when I realize, I mean they are sharp (#).

For example, in this piece:
 
https://musescore.com/user/16938116/scores/3896061

When I look the sheet (bass clef), the first C normal C, not sharp, but when I click on the piano player, it plays C#, and I don't understand, because in the sheet it doens't have the # before the note, so for me its C natural.

Sorry if it's a dumb question, but I couldn't find the answer on internet.

Thanks

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