Notes about this work: Shenandoah could have been a song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. Some people say it was a logging song. It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor. In an improvisational style, the notes given can be a starting point, or played as written. For Unaccompanied Alto Saxophone.
Recommended Skill Level: 6 out of 9 ( 1= Beginner, 9 = Expert - It is possible to play a piece outside your current ability but you might take longer to master it.)
Type: Arrangement: This work is unique to our site and was arranged by: Anne Christopherson GRSM ARCM
Composed by: Traditional (0 to 0). We have a blog entry about Traditional which you may find useful as well as links to other websites of interest.
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