This song has been recorded during the following studio sessions
Get Back sessions - January 3, 1969 - Day 2
Jan 03, 1969
Other songs covered during January 3, 1969 session
When You're Drunk You Think Of Me
What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For?
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“Chopsticks” (original name “The Celebrated Chop Waltz”) is a simple, widely known waltz for the piano. Written in 1877, it is the only published piece by the British composer Euphemia Allen (under the pseudonym Arthur de Lulli). Allen—whose brother, Mozart Allan, was a music publisher—was sixteen when she composed the piece, with arrangements for solo and duet. The title “Chop Waltz” comes from Allen’s specification that the melody be played in two-part harmony with both hands held in a vertical orientation, little fingers down and palms facing each other, striking the keys with a chopping motion. The similar “The Coteletten Polka” also was first heard in 1877, with the piano collection Paraphrases elaborating on the theme by 1879. “Chopsticks” continues to be popular in various forms of media. […]
On the second day of the “Get Back” sessions (January 3rd, 1969), Paul McCartney noodled on the piano and played “Chopsticks“, waiting for John Lennon and George Harrison to arrive in the studio.
Last updated on October 5, 2021
A/B Road Complete Get Back Sessions - Jan 3rd 1969 - 1 & 2
Unofficial album • Released in 2004
0:30 • Rehearsal • Jan.03 - D1-10 - Chopsticks 3.10 - Paul McCartney only on piano
- Paul McCartney :
- Session Recording:
- Jan 03, 1969
- Studio :
- Twickenham Film Studios, London, UK
Paul McCartney has never played this song in concert.
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