Music Sheet Quincy Jones?
Well, I play flute and I am very interested in playing Tomorrow ( a better you, a better me) from Quincy Jones. Where can I get the score of this song? I have been looking for any book which has this score but I could not find any.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
This wasn't easily found in any form. Mr. Jones was under contract to A&M (Herb Alpert's label on which all the catalog is out of print- that's why Q's classic "The Dude" has never been released in the US on CD); Qwest, Jones' own label, was a joint venture with Warner Bros. which was absorbed by that corporate giant several years ago. To make a long story short: you won't find a bunch of Quincy Jones stuff easily or cheaply for the same reason Irving Berlin tunes don't typically appear in greatest hits collections- great lawyers set up their publishing rights and if you want their material- they get paid. I did find a song book in piano/guitar/vocal for the album "Back on the Block" on which "Tomorrow" was released for $50 used- a bit pricey to say the least. Link here if you're interested: http://www.directtextbook.com/prices/B000HDMXH8
Someone else suggested transcribing the melody; if you want to try this, the tune is in F (the chorus is a variation on I-vi-IV-V) and the rhythms are sixteenth note based. Learning the chords using a piano (especially for the verse which modulates a bit out of F) will help you. Feel free to send me an email if you need help.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I've looked at all the sheet music sharing sites and they do not have this song. You could just transcribe it by ear.
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- ElaineLv 44 years ago
- 4 years ago
This is good
- josefaLv 43 years ago
thanks for the answers.