My pet peeve is sheet music that is not charted! No road map, no chords, no scale degrees. How does one learn to use progressions and scale degrees if music is never charted? And how can you begin to arrange or compose without using progressions and scale degrees? Every piece you ever play ought to be a study in theory. You should:
So here is an arrangement of 'The Lonely Man' in D Minor' by Joe Harnell. It's the saddest song you will ever play. I have charted the scale degrees and chords on the pdf and shown in red the notes that make up the chord.. The roadmap is shown below the score.