String Quartet String Quartet,Viola - Level 4 - Digital Download
By Elton John. By Bernie Taupin and Elton John. Arranged by Laura Chegwidden. Pop,Rock. 10 pages. Laura Chegwidden #3663619. Published by Laura Chegwidden (A0.812118).
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is one of Elton John's biggest hits, released in 1973 and hitting the Top 10 in both the UK and US. This upbeat arrangement is perfect for weddings, schools, churches and any other performance opportunities that arise for the professional or amateur musician.
The arrangement is for Viola Quartet and goes for approx. 2:30 min. This purchase includes a score and parts for all performers; viola I, viola II, viola III and viola IV. It would work best for players of an intermediate to advanced level. The Viola I player must also be able to read Treble Clef. It is set in the key of F major, which is the original key and is perfect for stringed instruments.
Laura Chegwidden is a pianist, cellist, double bassist and singer from Toowoomba Australia. She recently graduated with distinction from the University of Newcastle with a B.MUS majoring in Cello and Composition. For more arrangements like this one or for any questions you can contact Laura through her facebook page or website:
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