piano arrangements

New Sheet Music: Tico Tico No Fuba Piano Arrangement

Introducing June's new release in my sheet music storeTico Tico No Fuba, arranged for solo piano!

This song was made famous by Carmen Miranda in the movie Copacabana in 1947, and the title translates to Sparrow in the Cornmeal (who needs to be shooed out of the food supply!)

Here's a video of me performing it a few years ago: 

Tico Tico No Fuba is available as a fully-notated piano piece for $4.99, and will be appearing on my upcoming album of my original Brazilian compositions and arrangements, which you can pre-order through June 19!

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Each month I publish one new piece - if you want to stay in the know about new releases, hop on my mailing list at the bottom of this post!

You can also check out the other pieces in my store (lead sheets and piano pieces) here

My Sheet Music Store is Live!

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I am excited to announce that my sheet music store is finally live, with 5 pieces available!

So far, they’re a mix of piano pieces and lead sheets:

  • Gingando, an uptempo Brazilian choro (lead sheet)
  • Centimonk, a piece dedicated to Thelonious Monk on his 100th birthday (lead sheet)
  • Anelante, a Brazilian choro serenata (both in lead sheet format, and fully notated for piano)
  • Rusty’s Dream, a funny little chase/pounce adventure about my cat (piano piece)
  • Before the Bright Leaves, a nostalgic autumn-themed waltz (piano piece)

Also, I have some 5x7 postcards with a print of a piano drawing that I created:

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Best of all, everything is under $5! And, during the month of February, for every order of 2 pieces or more, I’ll send you a piano print for free! (Add the piano print to your cart, and use the code FREEPRINT.)

I'll be publishing one new piece at the beginning of each month going forward. I'm really looking forward to getting back into a good writing habit again - editing music and setting up this store took up most of my extra time lately. 

Now it's time to relax (and not open up Sibelius again for a while)! 

Wishing you a great weekend, whether you're on Team Super Bowl or Team Kitten Bowl (guess which one I am!)