I Forgot That You Existed
Cello - Intermediate - Digital Download
By Taylor Swift. Arranged by Liz Lee - Cellomoji. Individual Part, Solo Part. 3 pages. Published by Cellomoji (H0.678925-SC004055772).
Item Number: H0.678925-SC004055772
Here is a fun song by Taylor Swift off of her newest album "Lover". This is written in the key of F Major which is what Taylor is singing in her track. While the key is not difficult it does go into some upper ranges of the cello and tenor clef so be sure to watch your posture and intonation as you play these notes. It is helpful to know the F Major scale in two octaves and even better if you know 3 octaves. Have fun with the song and play along with her album!
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