#1
Hey.
I got Stevie Wonder - Lately as piano homework a while ago, although the notes doesn't give the correct intro tones.
Is there anyone ehre that knows them or could take them out for me?
I've tried, but I just can't get the right ones!
I'll show the notes my sheet says, and tell which ones are correct.

Notes;
Eb, Eb | [r, F, C] | Ab | [AbL, Bb, Ab] | F, Eb | Db, C | Bb | C |

r = rest note
[ ] = triplet notes
L = linked to the previous note

The correct notes are:
Eb, Eb | [r, F, C] | Ab | [AbL, Bb, Ab] |
Then there should be another triplet bar, which it ain't in my notes.
Anybody got a clue?
#2
It goes Eb Eb [r, F C] Ab as you have it, then:

Bb Ab Eb F (Eb to F is a quick little slur on bass, piano goes back up to Bb), [Bb Eb Db], C Bb
Then bass plays Ab and the note as you begin singing is an Ab on piano, Db on bass.
#3
Hmm, the [Bb, Eb, Db] Sounds correct.
But just to clear it up; He starts singing on a Db
And plays a Db chord.
The scale is Db. (Idk the english names since I'm swedish)
#5
Yeah but the piano chord is also a Db.
The first verse chord.
But the last chord in the intro is Ab - Maybe that's what you mean?
#6
Quote by Cookiebar
Yeah but the piano chord is also a Db.
The first verse chord.
But the last chord in the intro is Ab - Maybe that's what you mean?

That Ab is played by the bass, which is what I stated before.
#7
Yeah but you said you play Ab on the piano as he begins singing, but it is really a Db. :p
#8
Quote by Cookiebar
Yeah but you said you play Ab on the piano as he begins singing, but it is really a Db. :p

The Ab is lower than the Db, that's what I heard; try playing a Db chord with an Ab in the bass (an octave above the bass guitar though).