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We don't hear this carol much these days; collected by Thomas Ravenscroft (15-88-1635), it's one of those lovely folk tunes in a minor key that can be reflective, sombre or lively - it's all down to how you play it.
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There are five different sections to this lovely piece, in 3/4 time. Originally written for the piano, it gains a new lease of life when translated for the accordion. It was published as a piano duet in 1910, under the pen-name of...
Version; Lead sheet (treble stave with chord symbols)
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This delightful three-part waltz by Felix Burns (1864-1920) was originally published as a piano solo. It was dedicated to Miss Phyllis Dare....
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Vocal melody plus piano accompaniment.
Piano difficulty; intermediate.
Cecil J Sharp (1859-1924) collected and arranged this folk song, which recounts an apocryphal tale of nasty things happening to boys who mock Jesus. It may have been influenced by "Little Sir Hugh of Lincoln".
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Cecil J. Sharp was a prolific collector of folk songs and dances; this is one of his lively arrangements for piano.
Listen to a sample of this piece below...
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This bright piece, by Felix Burns (1864-1920), was obviously given its title in a more innocent time. It was composed as a piano solo, but adapts superbly in this accordion arrangement....