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Eric Clapton - Wonderful Tonight - Piano Cover

La descrizione in italiano si trova in basso subito dopo il video. La trascrizione si può scaricare dal sito LULU (link a fondo pagina).

This is my Piano Cover of "Wonderful Tonight" a famous ballad by Eric Clapton (PDF download link below). This is a very simple arrangement. I play the song very slowly, with an easy bass accompaniment and the voice melody on the right hand. No reason to make things complicated here, everybody should be able to play it to his wife, girlfriend, daughter, mother etc.

Download my complete PDF Piano Transcription from LULU website.




Ecco la mia cover per pianoforte di "Wonderful Tonight" famoso lento di Eric Clapton. Si tratta di un arrangiamento molto semplice. Suono il brano molto lentamente con un accompagnamento facile alla mano sinistra e la melodia del canto alla mano destra. Non c'è motivo di fare cose complicate, tutti dovrebbero essere in grado di suonare questo brano, magari alla propria moglie, fidanzata, figlia, madre ecc.
Scarica la mia trascrizione completa per Pianoforte dal sito LULU.


Eric Clapton - Wonderful Tonight - Piano Cover Reviewed by Gaetano Scalfidi on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 Rating: 5

4 comments:

  1. Hi Gaetano,
    I purchased the sheet music from you for Wonderful Tonight. A very nice arrangement.

    Is it possible also to have the piano solo version only i.e. to accompany a singer (without the melody).

    Thank you, grazie.

    Aidan

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  2. Hi! My apologies, I should have missed your first comment! I am very sorry.
    Well, a piano solo version as accompaniment is usually not written. The pianist follows the chords and add some ornaments. In other words it is always different and would be a bit hard to define a fix accompaniment to write down.
    Have you tried to do this way, playing the chords (sometimes as arpeggios) and adding some notes between the chord changes (you can use the same chord notes)? Another suggestion is to play the chords following the rhythm and between two chords you can make a chord inversion that brings you from the first chord to the second one.

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    1. Thank you Gaetano for the information, I will try that.

      Thank you again.

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