Free Sheet Music! Goodnight Irene.

Here’s some easy piano sheet music for a American Classic – Goodnight Irene.  It was first recorded by Lead Belly (aka Huddie William Ledbetter or Leadbelly) in 1933.  Apparently, the folklorists John and his son Alan Lomax, after having “discovered” Lead Belly in the Angola prison, sent a copy of their recording him performing “Goodnight Irene”…

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New Easy Piano Sheet music! Iko Iko

New sheet music today!  I arranged an easy piano version of Iko Iko – famously recorded by Dr. John and the Dixie Cups.  This version is RH only.  I’ll probably post another version later with a LH accompaniment.  Stay tuned. Anyway, here is a link to the music.   Enjoy! In case you are unfamiliar with…

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FREE SHEET MUSIC: Ruby Tuesday by Rolling Stones

I’ve created an easy piano version of Ruby Tuesday at the request of one of my students.  Unfortunately, it doesn’t lend itself well to playing in positions, but it’s not difficult for those students who are comfortable moving beyond the position stage.  Also, please note that I originally wrote an 8va marking in the piece…

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Free sheet music – Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.

Here’s my first stab at writing sheet music for beginning students.  The advantage of writing my own music is that I can tailor a piece or song to the students’ current understanding. I like to use Twinkle Twinkle to get students accustomed to reading middle C through G, i.e.: Anyway, here is a free printable…

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