: Blue Bells of Scotland for Trombone solo & Trombone Quartet by Arthur Pryor (): Arthur Pryor, Wes Ballenger: Books. Blue Bells Of Scotland. Arthur Pryor. Solo Part with Piano Reduction. Performing Ensemble: Trombone with Piano Instrumentation: Trombone, Euphonium. Buy Blue Bells of Scotland by Arthur Pryor/arr. Tom H at Concert Band Sheet Music. One of the most well-known of all Scottish folksongs. Th.
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The cadenza that follows demonstrates the arthuur range; jumping about three and a half octaves from high C an octave above middle C to pedal A flat and G, for example. Variation one involves triplets, while variation two involves syncopated sixteenth-eighth note rhythms. Buy sheet music books Pryor, Arthur. Haydn’s String Quartets Opus The bluebell is a flower; see Common bluebell and Campanula rotundifolia.
Pryor, Arthur – This service works with Ecotland, Dailymotion. This page was last edited on 8 Januaryat IAP 1 Key F major? Because Pryor was a trombonist and band leader, it is likely that the instrumentation of the original was trombone and band. Audio and video players are included.
This version is usually called “Blue Bells of Scotland”. Sor – Six divertissements pour la guitare Opus 2.
Blue Bells of Scotland – Arthur Pryor/arr. Sparke
American composer Leroy Anderson also wrote an orchestral arrangement giving a very clean and sprightly melody to blebells high strings and woodwinds, befitting the female speaker of the lyrics. Retrieved from ” http: Scottish folk songs Roud Folk Song Index songs. In the version printed in in the Scots Musical Museumwith “blue bells” in the title, and a different tune to the current one, the words are:.
Bluebells of Scotland
Add Videos on this page Add a video related to this sheet music. However, since all of the published versions are with piano, and the versions with bluebel,s or orchestra have been arranged by others Simon Kerwin for band, and Peter Hope for orchestra it is bluebeols possible at this point to know what the exact instrumentation was.
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Thus, the piece is limited to the best trombonists, although there have been numerous recordings by such famed players as Joseph AlessiChristian Lindberg and Ian Bousfield.
It is often considered to be the trombone and euphonium equivalent in terms of required mastery of the instrument to the Carnival of Venice for trumpet or cornetby Jean-Baptiste Arban. Check date values in: As with most folk songs, it exists in multiple versions.
If you use and like Free-scores. It was written by Dora Jordanan English actress and writer. The song was arranged by Arthur Pryor for trombone with bludbells. First published in Tchaikovsky’s Orchestra Works – I. The Gimo Music Collection. Be the first to write down a comment.
Learn more and set cookies Close. Carl Fischer bluebbells, No. This version is technically challenging and allows the soloist to show off a flowing legato while, in different places, requiring some difficult jumps. Public Not listed Private.
Scores from Anne Potter Wilson Music Library Scores published by Carl Fischer Scores Pryor, Arthur Romantic style Early 20th century Paraphrases Works with undetermined instrumentation For trombone, piano arr Scores featuring the trombone Scores featuring the piano For 2 players Pages with arrangements Works first published in Works first published in the 20th century Pages with commercial recordings Pages with commercial recordings Naxos collection.
The vivace finale brings all these techniques into one, requiring the trombonist to exhibit advanced range, legato, double tonguing and flexibility.
The sheer speed and volume of notes also poses a significant challenge. Paraphrases ; Works with undetermined instrumentation ; For trombone, piano arr ; Scores featuring the trombone ; Scores featuring the piano ; For 2 players. Sor – Six divertissements pour la guitare Opus 1.
After the theme, it moves to the allegro section, in which the variations begin. Views Read Edit View history.
Blue Bells of Scotland (Pryor, Arthur)
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