Frank Sinatra, by his real name Francis Albert Sinatra, was an American artist, acting as a singer, actor, and songwriter.
Sinatra was one of the greatest musical artists of the 20th century and still is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with more than 150 million records sold.
His song Singin' in the Rain was written by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed and was produced by the latter.
The song was originally conceived by MGM producer Freed, who was also the head of the Freed Unit.
The free Singin' in the Rain piano sheet music was introduced in The Hollywood Music Box Revue by Doris Eaton Travis.
The song was released in 1929 and was composed for the 1952 musical named Singin' in the Rain.
Because of its success, the song was recorded by many contemporary artists and loved by the public and critics.
It was also used in popular culture and featured in movies, TV shows, or commercials.
The most famous covers are the ones by B.A. Rolfe in 1928, Annette Hanshaw in 1929, Nick Lucas in 1929, Dean Martin in 1950, Mint Royale, and many others.
The interesting thing about the song is that the scene with the performance of the song by Gene Kelly, dancing through puddles in a rainstorm is one of the most famous scenes in the world of movies.
Looking into the composition of the free Singin' in the Rain piano sheet music, we see another interesting fact, that it was composed in a very unusual form.
The song has a 32-bar chorus, preceded by a verse and containing an internal bridge. This was becoming standard at the time.
The song has a length of 3:26 minutes, and it has been topping the charts in many forms until today.
We are happy to include Singin' in the Rain in our collection today and put it at your disposal so you can freely access it whenever you feel like it.