Scarborough Fair for Soprano Saxophone and Tuba - Pure Duet Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm
By Lars Christian Lundholm
- Release Date - Published: 2015-06-29
- Book Genre: Art & Architecture
- Author: Lars Christian Lundholm
Scarborough Fair for Soprano Saxophone and Tuba - Pure Duet Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm Lars Christian Lundholm read online review & book description:
Scarborough Fair, recorded by among others Simon and Garfunkel, Andy Williams, Sarah Brightman and Sergio Mendes is a traditional English folk song, ballad and broadside dating back to at least 1650. It's most likely based on an obscure Scottish ballad, The Elfin Knight but is very typical of an English ballad from the 17th century. Simon and Garfunkel had a smash hit based on the melody in 1968 and before this Bob Dylan borrowed the melody to create his song Girl from the North Country. In popular culture it's been featured in films and on TV like for instance The Graduate, The Wonder Years and No me la puc treure del cap and the song is often performed at weddings
Duet Sheet Music for Soprano Saxophone accompanied by Tuba arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm.
Scarborough Fair is also known by alternative title: The Elfin Knight, Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight.
- Instrumentation: Soprano Saxophone and Tuba
- Level: Easy
- Score Type: Solo Score
- Tempo: Medium
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