Night and Day
By Frank Sinatra - Digital Sheet Music
Product InformationNight and Day by Frank Sinatra - Digital Sheet Music
Night and Day digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
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8/15/2015 4:26:12 PM
Night and Day
This arrangement is great; the chords and harmonies are rich, its a pleasure to play it.
Bassoon: Virtuosic / Composer
7/13/2009 10:04:12 AM
good for the base of orchestrating
This arrangement is pretty well laid out, but I dont entirely recommend it for just piano and voice. What I do with arrangements like that is look at the piano part and the chords, and orchestrate them. That is, I write the voicings for woodwind and brass instruments in a larger ensemble, especially a jazz band. I think that piano part in the arrangement of "Night And Day" that I bought is a good general idea of what the accompaniment should sound like. The part for the voice is accurate, so I would keep it as it is when writing it for jazz ensemble. Oh, by the way, I am not by any means a plagiarist or a pirate; I am a composer and arranger for large ensembles.
Recorder: Advanced / Director or Conductor
8/5/2008 5:02:49 AM
Night and Day by Cole Porter was originally written in Db major. Frankie makes it sound easy, but it is very complex harmonically. I ordered a version transposed down a half step, because page 1 looked all right in the preview. Here's the problem: Later on in the piece, the transposition resulted in chords like B# and E# major, which is what a bad notation program would do when transposing down a half step. All those sharps and double-sharps are impossible for a pianist to read. For that kind of money I would expect somebody to look at the transpositions before putting them up for sale. I want my money back.