Limelight Theme description
Limelight is a 1952 comedy-drama film written, directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin, co-starring Claire Bloom, with an appearance by Buster Keaton. The film score is composed by Chaplin and arranged by Ray Rasch. The theme to this film, titled "Terry's Theme" (written by Charles Chaplin) became a popular, often-covered song as "Eternally" with words by Geoff Parsons and John Turner. In 1972, twenty years after the film’s first release, Chaplin and his musical collaborators Raymond Rasch and Larry Russell were awarded an Oscar for Best Original Dramatic Score. It was the only competitive Academy Award Chaplin ever received. (He had previously received two Honorary Oscars.) Show Limelight Theme piano sheet
Charlie Chaplin description
Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin, was a British comic actor and filmmaker. Chaplin was one of the most influential figures of the silent era, whose screen character "The Tramp" became a global phenomenon and remains one of cinema's most iconic images. His career in entertainment spanned more than 75 years, from Victorian music hall until close to his death at the age of 88. Chaplin's high-profile public and private life encompassed both adulation and controversy.
Raised in London, Chaplin's childhood was defined by poverty and hardship. He was sent to a workhouse twice, while his father was absent and his mother was committed to a mental asylum. Chaplin began performing from a young age, touring music halls with a clog dancing troupe and later working as a stage actor and comedian. At 19 he was signed to the prestigious Fred K... More piano sheets by Charlie Chaplin
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Learn to Play Blues on the Piano
Learning to play the piano is not really that difficult. Especially when there are lots of free piano sheet music websites out there. Almost everybody loves music. Some of us love different genres such as pop music, rock, jazz, alternative, rhythm, blues and many others. No matter what style of music you love, you can play it on the piano. If you first learn to play...Continue reading Learn to Play Blues on the Piano