Mocking Bird and Deitcher's Dog for Recorder Quartet
by Septimus Winner
Recorder - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 20695657
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Recorder - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.831386

Composed by Septimus Winner. Arranged by James Grush. Folk. Recorder Ensemble. 25 pages. JGJG Sheet Music LLC #3431443. Published by JGJG Sheet Music LLC (A0.831386).

Listen to the Mocking Bird (1855) and Der Deitcher’s Dog (1864) are fun to play and are enjoyed by audiences. A bright sopranino line adds color to these unique arrangements. Mocking Bird is instantly recognizable, and the first verse of Deitcher’s Dog became the nursery rhyme "Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone?" The original lyrics to Der Deitcher’s Dog are provided; they suggest an interesting fate for the lost dog.

These popular songs are arranged for NSTB and NATB recorders from the original piano/vocal scores.
Conductor’s scores and individual parts are easy to read and suitable for workshops and recorder society meetings.

This product was created by a member of ArrangeMe, Hal Leonard’s global self-publishing community of independent composers, arrangers, and songwriters. ArrangeMe allows for the publication of unique arrangements of both popular titles and original compositions from a wide variety of voices and backgrounds.

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