Elton John - Sixty Years On sheet music

Sir Elton Hercules John, born in England, is an English singer, pianist, songwriter, and pianist, with more than 50 years’ experience and active in his career since 1962.

He has been collaborating with Bernie Taupin almost all his career and they had more than 30 albums together.

Elton John is one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

Sixty Years On is a song composed and interpreted by Elton John and of course, written by Bernie Taupin. The song is part of the album named Elton John and it was released in 1970, with a duration of 4 minutes and 48 seconds.

Looking into the composition of the free Sixty Years On piano sheet music, you can find as main elements these instruments: Piano, Vocal, Electric Guitar.

The free Sixty Years On piano sheets is a song composed and interpreted by Elton John and the text is by Bernie Taupin. It was released as a single in 1971 together with "The Cage" and "Honky Tonk Women".

Sixty Years On is one of the most sophisticated songs on the artist's self-titled album (Elton John, 1970), played practically live with the orchestra, in one of the purest Baroque styles. Genre regarded, it is to be cataloged in the symphonic progressive rock.

The story behind the lyrics is about a blind war veteran, presented as a metaphor for a man growing old and unwanted, unappreciated.

The strings are very evident throughout the piece and the ingenious arrangements of Paul Buckmaster make themselves felt. Also noteworthy is the harp which is highlighted in the introduction. The melody is decidedly gloomy, as well as the lyrics of Bernie, dark like almost all the songs on the album.

In Italy, it was recorded by the Nomads with the title Ala Bianca.

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