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Rock music is the music that rocks. Well, it would be much easier if the definition was that simple, right? But this music genre is a very complex notion with lots of shapes, moods and nuances behind. Having a little of ‘everything’ – Rhythm and Blues, Folk, Country, Jazz and even Classical music – today Rock is a wild mixture that is cherished by a huge audience of music lovers worldwide. What we know for sure is that it originated from Rock’n’Roll in the 40-50ies and developed into a separate genre in the UK and the US in the late 60ies. Technically, Rock music could be characterized as a genre centered on the electric guitar with an amplifier, played in a band with the drums, electric bass and a singer (or more). The band would typically perform a verse-chorus type of song in a 4/4 signature. This is the most wide-spread association with the genre but the truth is it has become extremely multifaceted and diverse and can no longer fall under a single definition. The history generated numerous hybrids of Rock and to name all of then one would have to enumerate almost every genre of music there is. Thus, the possible forms of Rock are Blues, Folk, Country, Jazz, Progressive, Glam, Heavy Metal, Indie, Punk, New Wave, Rap, Psychedelic, Britpop, Garage, Grunge, Alternative – and there are more. While Pop music has its ‘Kings’ and ‘Queens’, the main unofficial title in Rock would be a ‘Rock Star’. Looking back at the long history of this genre, one can name a lot of title-holders like Mick Jagger, Prince, David Bowie, Kurt Cobain (Metallica), Sid Vicious (The Sex Pistols), Keith Richards (The Rolling Stones), Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Chuck Berry, Bruce Springsteen, Keith Moon (The Who), Tom Waits, Freddy Mercury (Queen) and many-many others. It is hard to say what the common instruments in the Rock music of today are. If earlier electric/bass/acoustic guitar, drums, synthesizers and keyboards prevailed, nowadays you can see any instrument involved, depending of the form. Our sheet music catalogue is meant to provide the Rock music lovers with the scores of any type, difficulty and cost.

16385 compositions

Title Composers   Genre
Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? (Derek and The Dominos) Whitlock B., Clapton E. Rock
Why Don't We Do It in the Road (The Beatles) Lennon J., McCartney P. Rock
Why Don't You Believe Me (Joni James) Rodde L.W., Douglas L., Laney L.K. Rock
Why Don't You Find Out for Yourself (The Killers) Morrissey, Whyte A. Rock
Why Don't You Get a Job? (The Offspring) Dexter Holland Rock: Metal
Why Don't You Try Cohen L. Rock
Why Don't You Write Me (Simon & Garfunkel) Simon P. Rock
Why (Frankie Avalon) Marcucci B., DeAngelis P. Rock
Why Georgia Mayer J. Rock
Why Go (Pearl Jam) Ament J. Rock: Alternative
Why I am (Dave Matthews Band) Tinsley B., Beauford C., Matthews D.J., Moore L., Lessard S. Rock
Why I Can't Stand One Night Stands Catatonia Rock: Indie
Why Must You Always Dress in Black (Ben Harper and Relentless7) Mozersky J., Ingalls J., Richardson J. Rock
Why not? Holmer M. Rock: Instrumental
Why Should I Cry for You? Sting Rock
Why, Why, Why (The Lightning Seeds) Broudie I. Rock
Why Won't You Give Me Your Love? (The Zutons) Harding A., Chowdhury B., McCabe D., Pritchard R., Payne S. Rock
Whyyawannabringmedown (Kelly Clarkson) Aranda D., Biancaniello L., Watters S. Rock
Wicked Soul (Kubb) Langmaid B., Collier H., Patterson J. Rock
Wicked Ways (Five Finger Death Punch) Moody I.L., Jason Hook, Spencer J., Churko K., Bathory Z. Rock: Metal
Wide Awake (Audioslave) Cornell C. Rock: Metal
Wide Awake (The Twang) Watkin J., Saunders M., Clinton M., Etheridge P., Hartland S. Rock
Wide-Eyed and Legless Fairweather Low A. Rock
Wide Lovely Eyes (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds) Cave N., Ellis W. Rock: Alternative
Wide Open Space (Mansun) Draper P. Rock

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