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“It’s De-Lovely” is one of Cole Porter’s hit songs, originally appearing in his 1936 musical, Red Hot and Blue.It was introduced by Ethel Merman and Bob Hope . The song was later used in the musical Anything Goes, first appearing in the 1962 revival where it was sung by Hal Linden & Barbara Lang. The hit records in late 1936 and early 1937 included versions by Eddy Duchin, Shep Fields, and Will Osborne. Kitty Brown also recorded the song with Les Brown’s Band of Renown.
The song played with words that have the prefix “de”, which leads to the creation of the neologism “de-lovely”: “It’s de-lightful, it’s de-licious, it’s de-lovely.”
How to Learn The Piano Part
Numero Uno for starting-out pianists is the studying of harmonies. You will discover certain courses available specializing in recognizing chord behaviors and nothing else. Our webpage has some great information about chords you’ll be able to use immediately to complement your study of pop-piano music.