Super Paper Mario – Floro Caverns Piano Sheet Music Super Paper Mario is a 2007 platforming video game for the Nintendo Wii. It was developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo. The game is considered to be the fourth installment in the Super Paper Mario series, preceded by Super Paper Mario for the Nintendo Wii in April of 2007. Super Paper Mario was first announced by Nintendo of Japan during the E3 trade show of 2006, and was officially unveiled at their press conference held on January 26th, 2007. Super Paper Mario was released in North America on March 23rd, 2007; the game was later released in Australia on April 9th, 2007; and in Europe on May 7th, 2007. Super Paper Mario is part of the Paper Mario series, an RPG spinoff of the Super Mario franchise. Super Paper Mario was directed by Ryota Kawade, who also worked on Super Paper Mario; and co-directed by Naohiko Aoyama; it was produced by Kensuke Tanabe, who had previously been involved with Super Paper Mario. Super Paper Mario takes place in the fictional world of the flat planet called “Paper Mario”, where its inhabitants are 2D beings known as “Trixies” and “Yoshis”. Super Paper Mario is an RPG focused on turn-based battle mechanics, utilizing a system that was distinct from previous installments in the series. Super Paper Mario was released to positive reviews, with much praise for its graphical style. Super Paper Mario has sold 2.03 million copies worldwide since its release in April 2007. Super Paper Mario takes place one hundred years after the events of Super Paper Mario, in a flat world called “Paper Mario”, where two dimensions exist: the “Real World”, where 3D beings and objects exist; and the “Paper World”, where 2D beings and objects reside. Super Paper Mario is played by moving through stages, which contain puzzles that must be solved to reach new areas. Super Paper Mario employs a system of RPG elements that has been distinct from other titles in the series. Super Paper Mario consists of 28 chapters, in which the player controls Mario or Princess Peach, who are trying to save the denizens of Paper Mario from destruction by Count Bleck.
George Gershwin – I Got Plenty O Nuttin Piano Sheet Music George Gershwin’s “I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’” was featured in Porgy and Bess, a George and Ira Gershwin musical which debuted on Broadway in 1935. The song is sung by the protagonist of George and Ira Gershwin’s opera, Porgy. The song is significant because