I Say a Little Prayer - Aretha Franklin Free Piano Sheet Music

Aretha Franklin - I Say a Little Prayer piano sheet music

I Say a Little Prayer description

"I Say a Little Prayer" returned to the Pop & R&B Top Ten in the fall of 1968 via a recording by Aretha Franklin taken from her 1968 Aretha Now album. Significantly re-invented the from the format of the Dionne Warwick original via the prominence of Clayton Ivey's piano work and the choral vocals of the Sweet Inspirations, the Aretha Franklin version was intended as the B-side of the July 1968 single release "The House that Jack Built" but began to accrue its own airplay that August. Show I Say a Little Prayer piano sheet

Aretha Franklin description

Aretha Louise Franklin is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and pianist. In a recording career that has spanned over half a century, Franklin's repertoire has included gospel, jazz, blues, R&B, pop, rock and funk.
Franklin is known as one of the most important popularizers of the soul music genre and is referred to as the Queen of Soul, a title she was given early in her career. Franklin, the daughter of prominent Baptist minister and activist C. L. Franklin, began her singing career singing in her father's church at the age of ten and started recording four years later. After several years in the gospel circuit and with her father's blessing, she formed a secular pop music career at the age of eighteen, signing with Columbia Records, where she was branded by its CEO John Hammond as his most important act since Billie Holi... More piano sheets by Aretha Franklin

Did you know?

Learning How to Play Piano. 5 Tips for Beginners
So you decided to learn to play piano for your own pleasure. If you really want to make playing the piano a truly rewarding experience, you have to get past the recreational pursuit and gain true piano mastery and artistry. Do not treat your piano learning experience casually even if you have a lot of fun learning how to play piano. You should treat...Continue reading Learning How to Play Piano. 5 Tips for Beginners

Musicnotes.com

Receive all updates via Facebook. Just Click the Like Button Below...