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Lute Solo: Greensleeves Variation (Part)

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  1. scores found for "Greensleeves" ALL INSTRUMENTATIONS Piano solo (95) Guitar (45) Guitar notes and tablatures (42) Concert band (39) Piano, Vocal and Guitar (37) String Orchestra (26) Organ (25) Brass ensemble (24) Choral SATB (21) String Quartet: 2 violins, viola, cello (20) Flute (18) Harp (14) Handbells (14) Jazz Ensemble (13) Trumpet (
  2. » MIDI | Greensleeves. Most people seem to associate this tune with the Middle Ages, but I have read that its musical patterns put it firmly in the late s. Other tunes called Greensleeves are older. This one became the Christmas song What Child is This?. The arrangment is the common hymnal version.
  3. Old Dance Music Set For The Lute $ Each. Simple Gifts - With Variation by Allan Alexander (In Variety of Lute Music Collection) Greensleeves - Four Renaissance & Medieval Versions, 3 with variations; Two Courantes - Michael Praetorius - Set for the lute by Allan Alexander.
  4. Oct 13,  · Keeping with the baroque theme+variations model, I have played around a bit with some more pieces I found at the Mutopia site. The first two are from the same source as the Greensleeves variations, namely John Playford's "The Division Violin" (the same pieces are also with slight differences in a second -- and somewhat better known -- Playford book, "The Division Flute").
  5. Lute solo: Almaine / Vautor --Song: It was a lover and his lass: from As you like it / Morley --Song: Sing willow, willow, willow: from Othello / Anonymous --Lute solo: Tarleton's resurrection / Dowland --Song: O, mistress mine: from Twelfth night / Morley --Song: Take, o take those lips away: from Measure for measure / Wilson --Lute.
  6. Greensleeves to a Ground (Anonymous) First Publication Genre Categories: These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection, and are also included in the Mondrup Recorder Collection. Purchase: Javascript is required for this feature. Sheet Music. Scores (2).
  7. Jul 25,  · The third variation "Leggiero" is an amalgam of the 'courante' and 'gigue' forms and some of the running semi-quaver passages bring to mind the work of Luys de Narvaez (fl .
  8. Dec 25,  · Greensleeves was a popular song in the fifteenth century. The Cutting lute variation has been transcribed for guitar and is part of the beginner's repertoire being easy to play with a recognisable melody. Greensleeves was made widely popular in the twentieth century by the orchestrated version "Fantasia on Greensleeves" by Ralph Vaughan Williams.

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