Hello Music-Score Blog Readers!
This week Anne has added five new arrangements to music-scores.com which includes Shenandoah Sheet Music.
- Shenandoah is an American Folk Song that was maybe sung as a logging song or by the fur traders as they canoed down the Missouri river. The fur traders were mostly Canadian and US voyagers and you can imagine them singing this lovely song as they glided down the river. They say it may have been the song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. (There’s always someone who will add the romantic option!)
It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor.
- The song has also been performed by many major pop artists including Bruce Springsteen and Van Morrison to name a few. Why not take a look at this You Tube video by Bruce Springsteen if you are not familiar with this lovely song..
This weeks updates:
Flute, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet & Piano
(To view further Shenandoah Sheet Music click on the links above and then on Similar Titles on the left side of the screen)
- Monti: Czardas. No.1
This is a Hungarian dance arrangement. There is contrast between slow and passionate, fast and light, which makes this showpiece great fun to play and is always a huge success with an audience.
Take a look at our extensive list of arrangements for:
Alto Sax, Baritone Sax, and Tenor Sax.
- Beethoven: The Lovely Lass of Inverness
The Lovely Lass of Inverness is a poem by Robert Burns, set to music by Beethoven. It describes of the anguish of a young girl following the Battle of Culloden where she lost her father, 3 brothers and a sweetheart...
Violin, Cello, Voice and Piano