Ocean Eyes (easy version)
Cello - Early Intermediate - Digital Download
By Billie Eilish. Arranged by Liz Lee - Cellomoji. Individual Part, Solo Part. 3 pages. Published by Cellomoji (H0.596281-SC001014574).
Item Number: H0.596281-SC001014574
Billie Eilish is the hot new artist out right now. Here is one of her songs Ocean Eyes. I based this version off of the 2017 EP album "don't smile at me". This version puts the notes down an octave into the easier range of the cello. The rhythm seems a bit odd, but be sure to double-check things by sub-dividing as well as listening to the track to hear how you can match her voice. Enjoy playing with the recording as well since it is written out with the same notes. (Keep in mind if this version seems too odd or too easy try checking out the more intermediate version!)
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