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Say Say

By Kristian Stanfill - Digital Sheet Music

Say Say

By Kristian Stanfill - Digital Sheet Music

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Say Say sheet music by Kristian Stanfill
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Say Say by Kristian Stanfill - Digital Sheet Music
Say Say digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
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Title:

Say Say

By:

Kristian Stanfill

Instruments:

Voice, range: C4-G5 Piano Guitar

Scorings:

Piano/Vocal/Guitar

Singer Pro

Original Published Key:

C Major

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0082076

Price:

$5.75
Includes digital copy + 1 print. Each additional print is $3.99

Number of Pages:

9

Average Rating:

Rated 3.5/5 based on 1 customer reviews

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"This arrangement follows the recording well. It is not a very difficult arrangement, but t..."

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Lyrics Begin:

Some hope in what their eyes can see; we hope in the glorious unseen, in a risen and returning King.

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By:

Kristian Stanfill

Number of Pages:

9

Form:

Song

Instruments:

Voice, range: C4-G5 Piano Guitar

Scorings:

Piano/Vocal/Guitar

Singer Pro

Original Published Key:

C Major

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0082076

Tempo:

Rock 4

Metronome:

q = 144

Styles:

CCM

Christian

Religious

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Composers:

Christy Nockels

Kristian Stanfill

Chris Tomlin

Lyricists:

Christy Nockels

Kristian Stanfill

Chris Tomlin

Date:

2010

Publisher:

Capitol CMG

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0082076

Lyrics Begin:

Some hope in what their eyes can see; we hope in the glorious unseen, in a risen and returning King.

From the Album:

Various Artists - Passion: Awakening

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Starla_Sheffield

Piano: Advanced / Teacher

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8/29/2015 7:45:30 PM

follows recording well

This arrangement follows the recording well. It is not a very difficult arrangement, but the speed of the song makes it a little more difficult. It is mostly 8th notes in both hands, some quarter notes in the RH while playing 8th notes in the LH and some syncopation in the RH against 8th notes in the LH. The 1st 4 measures have the pianist playing quarter notes with LH 1 and 8th notes with the LH 5 finger, which can be a bit challenging since the 5 is the weaker finger, but you can play both notes as 8th notes and it sounds just fine. The Coda section has both hands playing the same notes at the same time, the LH part should have been written an octave lower (m. 55 - 66). The last 4 measures are impossible to play as written unless you have 3 hands. If you are playing with a bass player you can just ignore the bass line, or you can leave out the Middle Cs in the center and bring out the bass line, or you can just skip the bass line and accent the melody line so it brings out the bass line (its the same melody as the top line but played in 8th notes instead of mostly quarter notes like in the bass), or you can just skip the last 4 measures and repeat the previous 4 measures instead. To help the arrangement sound fuller the LH can be played as octaves instead of a single note. The rhythm is pretty easy, but you do need to be paying attention because there is one measure of 2/4 in the middle of the verses. Overall the arrangement is pretty good, but it does have 2 sections that have errors that need fixed as I have discussed.

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