Key of C for piano, easy to play, vocal is set high2/10/2013 4:36pm
Typical Stevie Wonder, but the melody only spans an octave plus one note (9 tones)... easily singable if the range fits the vocalist. Piano is written in key of C, very playable, and the bass clef is mostly a single note/tone that sounds like what the bass guitar would play. If male vocalist sings an octave down from where melody is written, melody would start on middle C, and he would sing lowest note as the G below middle C. Highest note would be the second space A in treble clef. This would be a TENOR range for a man, I think. Since we think of Stevie WONDER singing this, I cant imagine it sung an octave lower than that. Stevie sang it "high". Most children should be able to sing in the range listed here... if they can hit the G below middle C. Otherwise, its too high in the original key. ... but it might be cute to have little kids singing about SUNSHINE and APPLES. HA.