Ending this wonderful week with a big personality – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard to Do.
We are lucky to have Neil Sedaka among us as one of the pioneers in the pop music genres in the world of music.
He was born in Brooklyn in 1939 and has been acting in the music world from 1957 until the present, enchanting us with his incredible voice and talent.
Neil Sedaka is acting as a pop singer, composer, record producer, pianist and songwriter, and he has sold millions of records and co-written over 600 songs.
Mainly in the pop music genre rhythm, Sedaka has also composed brill building music genre songs throughout his career.
Today’s song was born in June 1962 – the free Breaking Up Is Hard to Do piano sheets, and was released through RCA Victor Records, as part of the artist’s album Neil Sedaka Sings His Greatest Hits, having on its B-Side the song As Long as I Live.
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do was recorded twice- in 1962 and 1975 and immediately became Neil Sedaka’s signature song.
With a length of just 2:18 minutes, the free Breaking Up Is Hard to Do piano sheet music had a great impact on the public and critics, being highly appreciated.
The song has been covered by many artists over the years, the outcome being great songs that topped the charts for many years, such as Lenny Welch’s version- reimagined as a torch ballad, or The Partridge Family’s – in 1972, which was the most successful cover of the song.
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do is also known as a doo-wop pop song, and the story behind the lyrics frame the fear of the artist of losing his girlfriend, so he asks her to remember the good times.
We kindly encourage you into trying to play Breaking Up Is Hard to Do at your piano at home, since we made it available on our website starting from today.