Elizabethan and Jacobian Songs for Voice and Guitar

Elizabethan and Jacobian Songs for Voice and Guitar


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Guitar, Voice (GTR/VCE)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Catalogue #: SABH147
ISBN: M 2202 0609 2
This Item Earns 13 Musicroom Points

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Songs by Dowland, Danyel, Pilkington and Ferrabosco, amongst others. Arranged for guitar.



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Customer Rating I bought this book because I wanted to learn some songs of the period, accompanying myself on classical guitar - however, most of these pieces also work well as guitar duets: the vocal parts are easy to play, even for someone whose doesn't read music all that well, so they'd be great for a relative beginner to play with a teacher or more experienced player. The arrangements are beautiful, and the lyrics (like any of the period) sometimes have us in stitches, e.g., 'Of all the birds that I do know, Philip my sparrow hath no peer'. I'm getting more than my money's worth of fun out of this book!
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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: Not specified
Format: Score
Length: 23 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Stainer & Bell
Editor: Mary Criswick

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