This 19th-century folk song is best known as the melody used in the last movement of Percy Grainger's masterwork Lincolnshire Posy. Written in 3/4 time with few accidentals, the written
It's Carnaval time! This bouncy and energetic traditional folk tune is popular in Brazil year-round and is closely associated with the Carnaval celebration leading to Ash Wednesday. A
This lyric piece skillfully intertwines the melodies of Shenandoh and The Water Is Wide to create an expressive piece that reflects the flowing beauty and majesty of a great river. The
A symphonic tour de force, this rhapsody is built on three Scandinavian folk songs. Viking-influenced melodies are weaved into a seamless setting that brings out all the rich flavor and history of the
This setting provides a rich tapestry of sound with the opportunity for your beginners to experience making real music. The traditional Scottish folk tune is scored in 3/4 time and does not
Based on a Newfoundland folk song, we are given an exceptionally beautiful setting that expresses a story of lost love. It begins with a transparent orchestration contrasted nicely with the later entrance
Scarborough Fair is simply one of the most beautiful and haunting melodies of all time. This setting of the melancholy tune captures the mood of a gray and rainy afternoon, perfectly matching the
Here is a collection of three contrasting movements taken from the orchestral work "Eight Russian Folksongs, Op. 58" by Anatoly Lyadov. These short pieces have been carefully transcribed for concert band
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