Bobby Shaftoe (clarinet and guitar)
Clarinet, Guitar - Intermediate
Composed by Traditional. Arranged by David Warin Solomons. 21st Century, World, Folk. Score, Set of Parts. 7 pages. Published by David Warin Solomons (S0.21062).
Item Number: S0.21062
Variations on Bobby Shaftoe, which is a traditional English folk song about a sailor who leaves his girlfriend for the seafaring life, but she is still hoping for his return.The pdf file contains score and parts.The sound sample is an electronic preview.This is the second in a series of seven folk song variations for the same combination of instruments The complete series comprises: 1. Gilderoy 2. Bobby Shaftoe 3. David of the White Rock 4. Hunting the Hare 5. I have a bonnet 6. The Scottish banana 7. A Hoe-Down in The Ash Grove .
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