Man in the Mirror by Michael Jackson piano sheets for free
Michael Jackson is a pop sensation in the musical area. During his career, Michael managed to release memorable hit songs as is the case of the song Man in the Mirror.
The song was released on 9 January 1988. The lyrics were written by Glen Ballard in partnership with Siedah Garrett, receiving the help of Quincy Jones for the production of it.
The melody belongs to the album Bad and it reached a huge success, being sold in over 1.3 million copies.
The fame of this song was guaranteed by the lesson it offers. Behind the lyrics, the listener discovers a motivational message: be the change you want to see in the world. The song presents a series of problems from the real world, like starvation, poverty or hate.
The solution is between the lines: Michael sings out loud that we are the rescue and by changing ourselves and our attitude, we can change the world. In other words, each one of us must take a look at the man in the mirror in order to make this world a better place for everyone.
The melodic line of this is song is a very specific one, Man in the Mirror being a fusion of background vocals and gospel. Those surprising elements ensure the unique character of the song, along with Michael’s voice. Michael himself admitted that this song is one of his favorites and lately, he took over the gospel touch for several songs.
This soul song is a masterpiece played in G major, on an sweet melodic line that carries Michael’s voice.
The fame Michael reached with this hit song was huge. The list of prices he won includes multiple 1st positions on Billboard, the 7th position on Eurochart, numerous classifications in the musical tops of different countries and a nominalization at the Grammy Awards for the Record of the Year.
There are plenty live versions of this song and many people felt inspired by Jackson’s message.
We felt the touch of inspiration and create it's piano sheet. So start making a change by singing this song to the man in the mirror.
|Producers:||Jackson, Quincy Jones|
|Released:||January 9, 1988|
|Writera:||Glen Ballard, Siedah Garrett|