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Folksongs In Recital (Low)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Book/CD
Desc Bk/Cd
Arranger Richard Walters
Artist Enya
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Vocal Collection
Catalog # 00000474

Price: $19.95

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Folksongs In Recital (Low) Arranged by Richard Walters. Performed by Enya. For Book/CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00000474, UPC: 884088113322)

Contains 14 folk favorites: Bill Grogan's Goat • The Cruel War Is Raging • How Can I Keep from Singing • I Gave My Love a Cherry (The Riddle Song) • Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier • Nine Hundred Miles • Shenandoah • The Streets of Laredo • When Johnny Comes Marching Home • and more. Includes two CDs with full performances and accompaniment tracks, notes on each piece by the arranger, and performer biographies. Great for recitals!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEWARE OH TAKE CARE WALTERS,RICHARD 19TH CENTURY AMERICA  
BILL GROGAN'S GOAT WALTERS,RICHARD FOLK SONG  
CRUEL WAR IS RAGING,THE WALTERS,RICHARD AMERICAN FOLKSONG  
HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING ENYA WALTERS,RICHARD ENYA/RYAN/AMERICAN F  
I GAVE MY LOVE A CHERRY (THE RIDDLE SONG WALTERS,RICHARD TRADITIONAL  
I KNOW WHERE I'M GOIN' WALTERS,RICHARD ENGLISH FOLKSONG  
JOHNNY HAS GONE FOR A SOLDIER WALTERS,RICHARD TRADITIONAL  
NINE HUNDRED MILES WALTERS,RICHARD TRADITIONAL  
ONCE I HAD A SWEETHEART WALTERS,RICHARD SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN  
SHENANDOAH WALTERS,RICHARD AMERICAN FOLKSONG  
SINGLE GIRL WALTERS,RICHARD 19TH CENTURY AMERICA  
WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME WALTERS,RICHARD GILMORE,PATRICK SAR  
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