Stevie Wonder - Isn't She Lovely sheet music

Among the most loved American artists of all time – Stevie Wonder, gives us a wonderful song that we are going to talk about today - Isn't She Lovely.

Stevie Wonder is an American singer and songwriter, and a prominent figure in the world of popular music, mostly during the second half of the 20th century.

He wrote and composed Isn't She Lovely in 1975 and included it in his 1976 album named Songs in the Key of Life.

The interesting fact about the free Isn't She Lovely piano sheet music is that it was written in order to celebrate the birth of his daughter, Aisha Morris.

The song is a collaboration between Stevie Wonder and Burnetta Jones.

Isn't She Lovely has a length of 6:33 minutes, was released by Tamla label, and is part of the soul music, r&b, progressive soul music genres.

All the instruments from the song’s composition are mainly played by Stevie Wonder, except for Greg Phillinganes on some of the keyboard parts.

The song also contains a recording of Wonder bathing his daughter, in the final section of it.

Other instruments that can be heard in the song are the bass guitar, keyboard bass, and chromatic harmonica.

Isn't She Lovely starts with a baby’s first cry recorded during actual childbirth.

The problem with the free Isn't She Lovely piano sheets was that it was not released as a single, because Wonder did not want to shorten the song to fit the normal format of 7", 45 rpm format.

However, Tamla finally gave a promotional version to the radio stations in late 1976.

Because of the song being so appreciated, many other artists also covered it, such as David Parton in 1977, Bill Holman in 1987, Jacky Terrasson in 2002, or Victor Feldman.

The good news is that you can now freely enjoy Isn't She Lovely at your piano at home, with the help of our materials, reachable on our website.

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Isn't She Lovely - Stevie Wonder piano tutorial

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