My Soul: The July Sheet Music You Need

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Contributors: Andranick Tanguiane, Fred Lerdahl,


Looking for some new music to get you through the summer heat? Check out our top picks for July sheet music, perfect for any occasion!

July Sheet Music

July, a month of hot weather and long days, is the perfect time to sit outside and enjoy some soulful tunes. This playlist of July sheet music will have you feeling the heat and the groove all month long.

“My Soul”

“My Soul” was written by Michael Jackson and produced by Quincy Jones. It is the fifth track on Jackson’s 1979 album, Off the Wall.

The song is a ballad with a gospel-influenced sound. Jackson’s lyrics are about a person’s spiritual essence. The song features Jackson’s falsetto vocals, with backing vocals from Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section singers Lynne Randle and Clifton Davis. “My Soul” received positive reviews from music critics.

The song peaked at number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States and at number 11 in the United Kingdom.


One of the most classic songs of summertime, “Summertime” was first recorded in the 1930s. Since then, it has been covered by countless artists, from Billie Holiday to Janis Joplin to George Gershwin’s own opera version. If you’re looking for a piece of summer sheet music to help you cool down, this is the perfect one.

“S Wonderful”

“S Wonderful” is a song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin. It was written for the film Funny Face, sung by Audrey Hepburn in the role of a fashion model named Jo Stockton. The song is also included in the 1957 stage musical Funny Face, although it was cut from the original Broadway production. In 2004, the American Film Institute ranked “S Wonderful” as the 85th greatest song as part of their 100 Years Series.

The original sheet music publication of “S Wonderful” was released by Harms Incorporated in 1926. The song became a popular standard and has been recorded by many artists. Some notable recordings include those by Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Sarah Vaughan, Bill Evans, Oscar Peterson, Oscar Levant, Barbra Streisand and Diana Krall.

Where to Find July Sheet Music

July is a great time to find new sheet music to learn. You can find July sheet music at your local music store, online, or even in the library. The great thing about July sheet music is that it is usually for beginner to intermediate level players. This means that you can find music that is not too difficult to play, but is still enjoyable.

Local Music Stores

In addition to perusing the racks at your local music store, you can also find July sheet music online. Not only do these websites offer a wider selection, but they also provide the convenience of home delivery. Whether you’re looking for the latest pop hits or classic July standards, you’re sure to find what you need at one of these online stores.

-July Music Online: This website offers a wide selection of July sheet music, arranged by artist and song title. You can also search by grade level to find music that’s appropriate for your skill level.

-Piano Street: With more than 50,000 titles in stock, Piano Street is one of the largest online retailers of July sheet music. In addition to printed music, they also offer digital downloads and subscriptions to their online library.

-Musicnotes: Musicnotes is an online retailer that specializes in digital July sheet music. In addition to offering a wide selection of titles, they also provide handy features like transposition and playback so you can hear the piece before you purchase it.

Online Retailers

There are many reputable online music retailers that sell July sheet music. You can find July sheet music for a variety of instruments, including piano, guitar, and voice. You can also find July sheet music for a variety of genres, including pop, rock, jazz, and classical.

Some online music retailers that sell July sheet music include Musicnotes, Sheet Music Plus, and JW Pepper. Musicnotes is an online retailer that specializes in digital sheet music. Sheet Music Plus is an online retailer that specializes in both digital and print sheet music. JW Pepper is an online retailer that specializes in print sheet music.

When you’re searching for July sheet music on an online retailer’s website, it’s helpful to use specific keywords. For example, you could search for “July piano sheet music,” “July guitar sheet music,” or “July classical sheet music.” This will help you narrow down the results so you can find the July sheet music that’s right for you.

Downloadable Databases

There are many online sources for downloadable sheet music, but not all of them are legal. Some sites may offer July sheet music for free, but the quality is often poor and the selection is limited. Other sites will charge a monthly or annual fee for access to a database of July sheet music. Here are some reputable sources for downloadable July sheet music:

-Musopen: Musopen is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free and legal access to music. Their July sheet music collection includes over 1,000 pieces of well-known classical pieces, as well as many lesser-known works.

-Sheet Music Plus: Sheet Music Plus offers both free and paid July sheet music downloads. Their free collection includes over 9,000 pieces of popular sheet music, making it one of the largest collections available online. Sheet Music Plus also offers a wide variety of digital subscriptions, which give you access to their entire catalog of over 1 million pieces of sheet music.

-Voice Partwork: Voice Partwork is an online database that specializes in vocal July sheet music. They offer both free and paid memberships, with the paid membership giving you access to their entire catalog of over 30,000 pieces of sheet music.

How to Use July Sheet Music

July sheet music can be a great addition to your summertime repertoire. This type of music is perfect for barbecues, pool parties, and other outdoor gatherings. The best thing about July sheet music is that it’s easy to find and easy to play. In this article, we’ll give you a few tips on how to find and use July sheet music.

Printable Versions

You can find printable versions of the sheet music for “My Soul” below. Simply click on the version you’d like to print, and you will be taken to a page where you can download and print the PDF.

For best results, I recommend printing on heavy weight paper (100 lb. or more). You can also print on regular printer paper, but the sheet music may be more difficult to read.

If you have any questions, feel free to post a comment below or contact me directly. I’m always happy to help!

Digital Versions

If you’re wanting to use July sheet music, you have a few options. You can either use digital versions or physical copies. If you choose to go the digital route, you’ll need a devices like a laptop, tablet, or smartphone that can open PDF files. You can then purchase PDFs of July sheet music from online retailers or musical score websites. Once you have the PDF, you can either print it out or use a music watching app to play it on your device.

If you prefer physical copies, you can purchase July sheet music from regular outlets like music stores or online retailers. Be sure to check the requirements of the piece before purchasing, as some may need special instruments like a harp or violin. Once you have your music, you can begin practicing!

Creating a Playlist

Now that you have an understanding of the structure of July sheet music, it’s time to start creating your own playlist! Below are instructions on how to do just that:

1. Go to your music streaming service of choice and create a new playlist.

2. Start by adding some of your favorite July songs to the playlist. These can be songs that you know well or have been wanting to learn.

3. Once you have a good base of songs, start adding in July sheet music that you think would complement the playlist. Be sure to preview the song before adding it, so you know it flows well with the other songs on the playlist.

4. Continue adding songs until you have a complete playlist that you’re happy with. Then, it’s time to start playing!

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