The Rolling Stones - Wild Horses sheet music

Today we are talking about a great song by a great band – The Rolling Stones.

They are an English rock band, formed in London way back, in 1962.

They are considered to be the pioneers of the heavy-driven sound – hard rock, and they have been performing for decades now.

Wild Horses is one of their most amazing songs, released in June 1971, as part of the Rolling Stones’ album named Sticky Fingers.

The song was released as a country-rock music genre and has the song Sway on its B-side.

The free Wild Horses piano sheet music was produced by Jimmy Miller and written by Jagger/Richards between December 1969 and February 1970.

It has a length of 5:38 seconds and it’s labeled Rolling Stones – RS-19101.

The song was ranked by The Rolling Stones number 334 in its "500 Greatest Song of All Time" list from 2004.

It was considered by Richards:

the classic way of Mick and me working together. I had the riff and chorus line, Mick got stuck into the verses. Just like "Satisfaction", "Wild Horses" was about the usual thing of not wanting to be on the road, being a million miles from where you want to be

The song is also the favorite Rolling Stones song of Jagger’s ex-wife, Jerry Hall.

With all the success it achieved, the free Wild Horses piano sheets are remarkable through the great instrumental composition, made out of Mick Jagger's amazing vocals, twelve-string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, and drums.

The song also has a music video, all in black and white.

The video was released in 1995 and features the band playing the incredible sounds they are so good at.

The video is deep and very well interpreted by the members of The Rolling Stones.

You can now easily try playing it at your piano at home, with the help of the materials we offer on our website.

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Wild Horses - The Rolling Stones piano tutorial

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