Lead sheets

 

Teresa’s lead sheets featuring extended chord voicings

 

Body and Soul – This lead sheet is set in A major to showcase lower female voices, and features extended chord voicings. It should be sung one octave down.

Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright ~ This lead sheet maps out a classic tune of Bob Dylan’s as interpreted by Eric Clapton. Teresa kept Dylan’s original melody for now, though Eric Clapton sings it slightly differently.

Glittery ~ Ready to evoke sweet love and the holidays with this beautifully chill ballad? This lead sheet features melody, lyrics, chord symbols for extended chord voicings, and guitar chord diagrams. The key of C makes it more user-friendly for many musicians than Kacey’s key of E. Use capo 4 on guitar or transpose up two whole steps on the keyboard to sing and play with Kasey and Troye.

I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight ~ Teresa’s take on this great Dylan tune includes a laid back, jazzy, sexy vibe. The lead sheet is set in G major to showcase lower female voices. It should be sung one octave down.

I’m Just a Lucky So and So ~ This delightful declaration of a beautiful life is one of Teresa’s all-time faves. Her lead sheet is set in C major to showcase lower female voices and includes some extended chord voicings.

Is You is or is You Ain’t My Baby ~ This lead sheet is set in Bb major to showcase lower female voices and features extended chord voicings. It should be sung one octave down.

Lover Man ~ This evocative Billie Holiday classic is one of Teresa’s all-time faves. Her lead sheet is set in C major to showcase lower female voices and includes some extended chord voicings. It should be sung an octave down.

Maybe You’ll Be There ~ Teresa has set this exquisitely heartbreaking jazz classic in Eb major to showcase lower female voices. The lead sheet features extended chord voicings. It should be sung an octave down.

More to come…