Your Funny Uncle
String Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

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String Quartet Cello,String Quartet,Viola,Violin - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.928714

Composed by Chris Lowe, Christopher Sean Lowe, Neil Francis Tennant, and Neil Tennant. Arranged by Matthew Spinner. Contemporary,Pop. Score and parts. 11 pages. Matthew Spinner #6077377. Published by Matthew Spinner (A0.928714).

Your Funny Uncle is a moving ballad from the B-side of the Pet Shop Boys’ 1989 hit It’s Alright. It observes the funeral of a close friend of the lyricist, Neil Tennant. This arrangement is faithful to the original song, transposed up a semitone. It begins with the melody in the viola, moving to the first violin for subsequent verses. The download includes the score and a full set of parts. It has a duration of 2 minutes 30 seconds.

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