Frank Sinatra - Theme from New York, New York sheet music

The famous New York, New York is here with us today.

In 1977, Liza Minnelli, together with John Kander and Fred Ebb, released the incredible theme song for the movie New York, New York, by Martin Scorsese.

Liza Minnelli is an American artist, acting as a singer, dancer, and actress.

She sings mainly traditional pop, musical theatre, and disco music and debuted in 1965 winning a Tony Award for her role in Flora the Red Menace, which marked her lifelong collaboration with Fred Ebb and John Kander.

The free New York, New York piano sheet music is the theme song for the 1977 movie with the same name.

It was first released in June 1977 by Liza Minnelli as part of her album named New York, New York.

The song was written by Fred Ebb and John Kander and released through Capitol records as a traditional pop song.

It has a length of 3:16 minutes and an incredible rhythm.

Since its release, New York, New York remains one of the best-known songs about NYC and still is on top of the charts, used in media, TV commercials, or movies.

Notable examples of the use of New York, New York are the ones from the Yankees games in 2020, Jimmy Picker’s animated short – Sundae in New York, or the one by Queen, covered for the movie Highlander in 1986.

The interesting fact about the free New York, New York piano sheets is that the song’s success was attributed to Robert De Niro, who thought the first version of the song was too weak and he rejected it.

The moment New York, New York became so popular was after it was performed by Frank Sinatra in a concert of his.

His version of the song has 3:26 minutes and is considered part of the jazz music genre.

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Theme from New York, New York - Frank Sinatra piano tutorial

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