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What Are The Coronation Street Notes For Keyboard?

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You can get sheet music for the Coronation Street theme tune at www.musicsheetz.co.uk/Original/Coronationstreettheme-TVshow.

According to a post on the Answers website (wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_notes_to_the_coronation_stre), the notes to the Coronation Street theme are as follows:

Trumpet :
C# Bb Ab Bb F Ab
Bb Ab Gb Ab Eb Gb
Ab B Ab Eb
Bb B C Eb
Clarinet :
Bb C Db G Bb
Trumpet :
C Bb Ab Bb F Ab
Bb Ab Gb Ab Eb Gb
Ab B Ab Eb
Bb B C Eb
Clarinet:
Bb C Db B Bb G F E
Trumpet:
C Bb Ab C Ab Bb C F C
Bb Ab Gb Bb Gb Ab Bb Eb Bb
Ab B Ab Eb
Bb C Db F F

Coronation Street is a long-running British soap opera set in the fictional Manchester suburb of Weatherfield. It was first broadcast on 9 December 1960 and has been shown on all ITV regional channels for almost the entirety of its existence.

As of 1 August 2011, there had been 7,657 episodes of Coronation Street. Each show lasts 30 minutes (including adverts) and there are five shows per week:
• At 19.30 and 20.30 on Mondays
• At 20.30 on Thursdays
• At 19.30 and 20.30 on Fridays

ITV have confirmed that the show will return to Wednesday evenings from late 2012.
The theme music is a cornet piece accompanied by a brass band with clarinet and double bass. It was written by Eric Spear. The same theme tune has been used for the entire existence of the show, although it has been re-recorded on several occasions. It was re-recorded most recently when Coronation Street started broadcasting in high definition as of 31 May 2010. A new title sequence featuring images of Weatherfield and Manchester were also introduced at this time.
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