A classic song makes its appearance today on our website, along with other beautiful choices of our followers.
Quien Sera, by Dean Martin, also known under the title of Sway, the song was released back in 1953.
Dean Martin was an American artist, under the face of an actor, singer, and comedian.
He was born in 1917 and sadly left us on a Christmas day in 1995.
He started his career in 1932 and ended in 1988, singing traditional pop, country, jazz, easy listening, and swing.
Among Dean Martin’s most famous songs, we can name That’s Amore, Everybody Loves Somebody, Sway, or Volare.
Today’s choice is Quien Sera, a song originally released in 1953 by Pablo Beltran, as part of his album named South of the Border.
The song has a length of 2:08 minutes in its original version and it was released as a big band and cha-cha-cha music genre song, which is very different from Dean’s version.
The free Quien Sera piano sheet music, in the artist’s version, has a length of 2:42 minutes and it is considered part of the big band and pop music genres.
The song is a bolero-mambo, originally recorded with Beltran’s orchestra, with melancholic Spanish lyrics about a disappointed man, wondering if he will ever love again.
The new version of the song, recorded by Norman Gimbel, was slightly changed, with lyrics about a man praising his partner’s ability to touch his heart by "swaying" through dancing.
So, the free Quien Sera piano sheets received a new title – Sway.
Dean Martin’s version was the best though, and it reached number 15 on the Billboard magazine as the best-seller chart and number 6 on the UK chart.
The instruments present in the song have such a great variety – marimba, trombone, and mixing engineering, led by incredible backing and lead vocals.
You should switch to a romantic evening right now because with Quien Sera you can never go wrong.