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Here Comes The Sun piano sheet music for free - The Beatles

"Here Comes The Sun" is a track that was initially performed by the famous British band The Beatles.

It was written by the band's member, George Harrison.

According to his own statement, he wrote it during a difficult period in both his personal and professional life. He had retired from the band temporary as the "Apple" label was starting to look more and more like a business, instead of being a creative and artistic activity.

As he recalls, one day, during a visit at his friend's, Eric Clapton, house named "Hurtwood", he started composing the track, inspired by the oasis of tranquility he was experiencing there and by the sudden bath of sun after a "long, cold, lonely winter".

"Here Comes The Sun" is played in the key of A Major.

A particularity of the song consists in the fact that it has an increasing syncopation in the vocal parts.

The band's members, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and George Harrison needed 13 takes to record the song, on July 7th, 1969. Due to a car accident, John Lennon was not able to participate at the song's production.

The technique with which Harrison Demi Lovato, the band Ghost, Linda Eder and Nina Simone.

"Here Comes The Sun" is up to our days a popular song which re-enters the charts and people's musical choices with every cover.

It's piano sheet can be grabbed below for free. Have fun and enjoy!

Here Comes The Sun
Artists:The Beatles
Producer:George Martin
Released:26 September 1969
Album:Abbey Road
Writer:George Harrison
Track length:3:05
Genres:Folk Rock, Pop Rock

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