Dr. John: When the Saints Go Marching In - Sheet Music Download

Interpreter: Dr. John (Mac Rebennack)
Instrumentation: (El.) Piano
Music Genres: Boogie Woogie, Ragtime, Spiritual, Jazz, Early 20th
Level: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Order No. 101-115-8004d
Publisher: jazzinotes
Transcription: Note-for-Note, incl. chord symbols
Delivery Option: Download

The lyrics are written in the piano score. NEW: With Intro!

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Interpreter Dr. John (Mac Rebennack)
Music by Trad. (James M. Black)
Words by Trad. (Katherine E. Purvis)
Instrumentation (El.) Piano
Instruments Piano solo
Instrumentation Details Without vocal, but the lyrics are written in the piano score at the right place
Transcription Note-for-Note, incl. chord symbols
source DVD
Album Dr. John teaches New Orleans Piano - Lesson Two
Duration 3:12
Level 5
Pages 6
Songfacts

NEW: The jazzinotes transcription contains the intro (the first 49 seconds played rubato)!

Dr. John (legal name Malcolm John Rebennack) was born in 1940 in New Orleans. His phenomenal piano stylings are inimitable: always varied and inventive, very complex yet catchy and groovy.  He won the Blues Music Award in 2011 for Best Pianist, but he didn’t appear only as solo pianist, but also as composer, producer, accompanist (and as music pedagogue, as attested to on his website). He did not restrict himself to the native blues of his home town, but ventured into various other genres such as Rock, R&B, and Creole Soul Music.  Through his extravagant performances, he became the icon of psychedelic rock.  The list of musicians he collaborated with is a long one.  Here are just a few names: Frank Zappa, The Rolling Stones, Phil Spector, Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin, Canned Heat, Sonny and Cher, and later also Charles Brown and Eric Clapton.  His performances in the films The Last Waltz (Martin Scorsese) and Blues Brothers 2000 (John Landis) are also legendary.  In 2007, Dr. John was welcomed into the Blues Hall of Fame and in 2011 into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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