The Parting Glass
4-Part - Digital Sheet Music

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Choral Choir (SATB) - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.972797

Composed by John Sandford. Arranged by John Sandford. Folk,World. Octavo. 5 pages. John A Sandford #6036613. Published by John A Sandford (A0.972797).

The famous 18th century Scottish ballad has been given a 21st century makeover! Although I like the well known tune made popular by the Clancy Brothers and the Gypsy Kings (among others), I feel it only really works as a solo unaccompanied song with a relaxed pulse. My melody line is more suited to accompanied singing where the piano provides a strong rhythmic support for the melody line. Some very simple harmonies are included, but the piece could easily be sung by a single voice (male or female) or as a duet. Please note that a simplified (SAB) version is also available to purchase from Sheet Music Plus.

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