Sting: Fields Of Gold (SAB)

Books | Soprano, Alto, Bass, Piano

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Artist: Sting
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work

An arrangement of Sting's 1993 single for Soprano, Alto, Bass and Piano. Arranged by Roger Emerson. A ShowTrax CD is also available for this piece (sold separately).

Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 12 June 2003
No of pages: 12
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL08201582

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        Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
        8 out of 10


        Penzance GB
        Beautiful tune by Sting. Easy to learn.
        Confirmed purchase: 11 January 2018
        Published on: 28 April 2018

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        10 out of 10

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        GB Millie
        Excellent harmonic effects
        Some tricky rhythms for MY choir
        Confirmed purchase: 12 September 2017
        Published on: 27 September 2017
        8 out of 10


        Basingstoke GB
        Clear and accurate copy.
        Prompt service.
        Thin paper.
        Confirmed purchase: 19 October 2016
        Published on: 03 November 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

        One of our all time favourites in the choir, some complicated timings but a lovely arrangement and easily coped with by my mixed ability adult choir.
        Anonymous - (Derby, United Kingdom)
        We are a group of folk who just enjoy singing and this piece of music has proved excellent for all.
        Anonymous - (Swindon, United Kingdom)
        This song has been arranged excellently, creating a wonderful sound both when accompanied and when sung without the piano part. I would say that the parts are not very hard, especially the alto part which doesn't move around a lot at all (mostly starting on middle C) The only part which causes any difficulty is the outro, which is unacompanied and requires the baritone to sing from a F sharp to an F,and the Alto sings a C sharp against the soprano's D. However, once sung correctly this does sound amazing. A definite must for any harmony lovers!
        Anonymous - (Billericay, United Kingdom)

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