Autumn free piano sheet music by Paolo Nutini
About the song
"Autumn" is a song from the "These Streets" album, and it is sung by Scottish artist Paolo Nutini.
The song was released along with the album, in the year 2006.
Nutini recorded "Autumn" at a relatively small age, soon after turning eighteen.
After signing with Atlantic Records, in 2005, he started recording the album "These Streets", which includes "Autumn".
The album debuted at number three on the British Singles Chart. It appears to be a very personal one, as Nutini stated that "the album is a little glimpse of the experiences I have been through in the past three years".
In had sold more than two million copies in Europe only and received a platinum certification from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. It also received five platinum certifications from the British Phonographic Industry.
The songs are a mixture of the genres pop rock and acoustic.
"Autumn" was performed, along with the other songs from the album, during some sold-out concert, throughout Great Britain
It has a small length, of only two minutes and fifty seconds, but it compresses a big palette of deep, sad emotions.
Just like many songs from the album, "Autumn" had profound personal connotations.
According to the artist himself the song was written in honor of his grandfather's life and death, who was a very important person to him and the first to believe in his musical talent. The song has sad, almost tragic lyrics that are a reflection of the inevitability of death and also the triumph of life:
"Autumn leaves have faded now,
That smile I lost, well I've found somehow,
Because you still live on in my father's eyes".
The song was written by Paolo Nutini himself and Jim Duguid, with whom he collaborated for most of the songs on the "These Streets" album and who held the double bass, drums, keyboards, percussion, piano and strings.
Despite not being released as a single, "Autumn" is not just one of the most profound songs from the album "These Streets", but one of the most profound and melancholically sung pieces from Paolo Nutini. It represents a personal tragedy that people can reflect in, be touched and inspired by it.
The piano sheet for Autumn is a beautiful one, so, grab it below and start enjoying it!
|Writers:||Paolo Nutini and Jim Duguid|