You have already purchased this score. To download and print the PDF file of this score, click the 'Print' button above the score. The purchases page in your account also shows your items available to print.
This score is free!
This score is available free of charge. Just click the 'Print' button above the score.
It looks like you're using an iOS device such as an iPad or iPhone. Unfortunately, the printing technology provided by the publisher of this music doesn't currently support iOS. After making a purchase you will need to print this music using a different device, such as desktop computer.
I was impressed by the movie "Moonlight" which I saw on 30 October 2016. It is about a gay black man growing from child to adult during Miami’s crack cocaine epidemic years. The protagonist’s slightly older friend addresses him with the n-word as a nickname.
This film inspired me to the music which I gave the title "Pleasure City", with a rather poignant meaning, understanding under “pleasure” a means of escape from a harsh and bitter reality, as expressed in the first part.
The lyrics of the second part, where I myself recur to the n-word – not in a derogatory manner but a form of expression between black people – play on those by “Prince” (Prince Rogers Nelson, 1958-2016): “I got a sugarcane/that I wanna lose in you/but can you stand the pain?” The music is absolutely my own; I have never heard that of “Prince”.
Sorry, there's no reviews of this score yet. Please .
In order to submit this score to ScoreExchange.com Michael Drewes has declared that they own the copyright to this work in its entirety or that they have been granted permission from the copyright holder to use their work. If you believe that this score should be not available here because it infringes your or someone elses copyright, please report this score using the copyright abuse form.