Les Raftsmen (Unison/2-Part with Tambourine & Banjo)
by Carol Troutman Wiggins
Unison Choir - Digital Sheet Music

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Choral Choir,Choral (2-Part) - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1342650

Composed by 19th Century French Canadian Folk Song. Arranged by Carol Troutman Wiggins. 19th Century,Christian,Folk,Historic,Instructional. 5 pages. Carol Troutman Wiggins #928151. Published by Carol Troutman Wiggins (A0.1342650).

This 19th century French Canadian Folk song describes the raftsmen, or loggers as they made their way through Bytown to Ottawa with their lunches on their backs. Even though life was hard, they still found time to sing and dance in the backwoods.
Unison or optional EASY 2-part harmony
For upper elementary or older singers
French language
Multiple time signatures/16th notes
Accents
Key changes
Tambourine cues included in score
Chords added for banjo, guitar, or ukulele

Piano accompaniment track on this site.

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