Bob Dylan - Blowing In The Wind sheet music

Absolutely lovely voice and talent, Bob Dylan, gives us today one of his amazing songs, Blowing In The Wind.

Bob Dylan is an American artist, mainly a singer and songwriter.

He is also an author and visual artist, and he is seen as one of the greatest songwriters of all time.

Bob Dylan is a major figure in the music world for more than 50 years.

Today we are talking about Blowing In The Wind, a song was written by Bob Dylan in 1962.

The song was released in August 1963, as part of his album named The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan.

The song has a length of 2:48 minutes and it was released under the Columbia label, like a folk song.

The story is that the free Blowing In The Wind piano sheet music is considered to be a protest song, about sensitive themes as peace, war, and freedom.

The author has a very touchable answer for everything like the lyrics say - The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind.

In addition, this is the part that touched a lot of critics, considering it hard to look at. Because maybe sometimes, the answer to all the problems is just right in your face and you could just look at it and do something about the problem itself.

Blowing in the Wind was performed for the first time on TV in the UK in January 1963, at BBC, and it was described as an anthem of the civil rights movement.

It was also used a lot in media, movies, and TV shows.

The song has also other versions, one of the most important, for example, being the one made by the trio Peter, Paul, and Mary, in 1963, the version recorded by Stevie Wonder in 1966, or the German version recorded by Marlene Dietrich.

You can find all the information about the free Blowing In The Wind piano sheets on our website, so you can play it on your piano at home.

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