Streisand, Barbara: Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes) Piano Version - Sheet Music Download

Interpreter: Barbara Streisand
Instrumentation: (El.) Piano & Vocal
Music Genres: Jazz, Pop, Chanson
Level: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Order No. 101-505-8064d
Publisher: jazzinotes
Transcription: Vocal Note-for-Note, Piano Arrangement, incl. chord symbols
Delivery Option: Download

Piano & vocal score of "Autumn Leaves" in the interpretation of Barbara Streisand

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Interpreter Barbara Streisand
Music by Joseph Kosma
Words by Jacques Prévert / Johnny Mercer (english lyrics)
Instrumentation (El.) Piano & Vocal
Instruments Vocal, Piano
Instruments on the Recording Violin 1, Violin 2, Viola, Violoncello
Transcription Vocal Note-for-Note, Piano Arrangement, incl. chord symbols
source Album
Album Barbara Streisand - Je M'appelle Barbra
Duration 2:54
Level 3
Pages 3
Songfacts

This is an arrangement of Autumn Leaves in the interpretation of Barbara Streisand for piano & voca. The original version for string quartet and vocal you find here.

Autumn Leaves became famous because of Yves Montand’s interpretation which is available here at jazzinotes. Les Feuilles mortes is the famous song of his second movie Les Portes de la nuit (Gates of the Night), composed by Joseph Kosma, lyrics written by Jacques Prévert, both friends of Edith Piaf. Years later this movie became well-known in the USA, where Johnny Mercer wrote the English lyrics: Autumn Leaves, which helped the song to become well-known all over the world. Edith Piaf herself integrated this song in her repertoire - with French and English lyrics. You can find this version here at jazzinotes.

The song was recorded on Barbara Streisand's album Je m'appelle Barbra in 1966 (Barbara Streisand was 24 years old). Only in 2002, 28 years later, the album entered the US charts and rised till No 5. There are several songs on this album where Barbara Streisand sings in french. In Autumn Leaves she begins in french and turns to english. Barbara Streisand won - besides some Grammies - an Oscar as best main actor in Funny Girl 1969.

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