Tiny Dancer by Elton John piano sheets for free
Elton John is one of the best-selling artists in the world, selling more than 300 million records alongside his friend and songwriter partner, Bernie Taupin.
A musician heavily invested with the pop and rock culture, he has been and still is one of the most influential characters right now in music.
A great pianist as well, he is a great choice to learn to play the piano better, as his piano sheets will never disappoint.
Being released as a single in 1972, the song "Tiny Dancer" appears on Elton John’s fourth album, "Madman Across the Water", a song that contains, among other titles, a song called "Rock Me when He’s Gone", has been recorded for and by one of John’s oldest friends, Long John Baldry.
And on this fourth album of his, it was the first time he played only the piano and no keyboards and also, a long-lived collaboration with guitarist Davey Johnstone started with this album.
Having not been really appreciated in the United States at first and not even in the United Kingdom, it became known throughout Australia and Canada, charting at numbers 13 and 19. We hope you can enjoy this jazzy piano song and get to work on the piano sheet listed below to help you learn from one of the best musicians ever.
The song starts with a special pedal steel guitar and light percussion, becoming more dynamic towards the end, especially thanks to Paul Buckmaster’s strings. A choir can be also heard fading towards the end of the song, which adds to its greatness.
The lyrics are about a ballerina that the pianist has conquered with his music and now their day ends and they are together again, finally. It’s a nice love song about dancers and singers, that probably inspired a lot of people to dance, sing and love the one that they want to love.
Getting certified Gold in the United States on 19 May 2005 and Platinum on 19 August 2011, Elton John’s "Tiny Dancer" is one of his best songs and one of the best love songs of the ‘70s.
If you would like to learn such a beautiful song on the piano, use the piano sheet below, along with the video tutorial. If you want anything else posted on the website, use the Request button. Enjoy Elton John.
|Writers:||Elton John, Bernie Taupin|
|Released:||7 February 1972|
|Album:||Madman Across the Water|
|Labels:||Uni (US/Canada), DJM Records|
|Genres:||Soft rock, symphonic rock, country rock|