Sailor's Hornpipe - arranged for recorder quartet
by Traditional
Woodwind Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

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Alto Recorder,Bass Recorder,Soprano Recorder,Tenor Recorder - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1296470

Composed by Traditional. Arranged by Orlan Charles. 19th Century,Celtic,Folk,Irish,Traditional. Recorder Ensemble. 15 pages. ORLAN CHARLES MARCHIORI PRADO #886653. Published by ORLAN CHARLES MARCHIORI PRADO (A0.1296470).

The Sailor's Hornpipe (also known as The College Hornpipe and Jack's the Lad[1]) is a traditional hornpipe melody and linked dance with origins in the Royal Navy. It was used as inspiration for the opening theme of the cartoon "Popeye".
Arranged for Recorder Quartet (Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass).

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