A Wonderful Guy Sheet Music

A Wonderful Guy | South Pacific

  • KEY: C Minor
  • Voice, range: B3-C5 + Piano
  • Tempo: Allegro
  • Date: 1949
  • Metronome: q = 154
  • Composed by: South Pacific

“A Wonderful Guy” is a song from the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific. The chord progression is phenomenal. It was first introduced in the last act by Mary Martin as Nellie Forbush. It’s sung by Mitzi Gaynor in the 1958 film adaptation. In this rewrite, the song starts with “A Wonderful Guy”.

A Wonderful Guy Sheet Music:
This 1949 song by South Pacific was originally published in the key C Minor, but with the proper adjustments could possibly be played in C major. the tune tempo is to be played  Allegro with a metronome of q = 154.

Lyrics begin: I expect ev’ry one of my crowd To make fun of my proud protestations Of faith in romance
Instruments: Voice, range: B3-C5 + Piano

A Wonderful Guy (South Pacific ) - Accompaniment *Cminor/major*

A Wonderful Guy (South Pacific ) -...

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