Abschiedsmelodie

Concert Band

Abschiedsmelodie

Auld Lang Syne
Nehmt Abschied, Brüder

Arranger:
Genre:
Ballad
Grade Level:
Unterstufe
Performance time:
00:04:20
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
March / Card Size
Info:
Condensed Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR1077
Release Date:
1977

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„Nehmt Abschied, Brüder" (Auld Lang Syne) ist eines der bekanntesten Lieder im englischsprachigen Raum und wird dort traditionsgemäß zum Jahreswechsel gesungen, um der Verstorbenen des zu Ende gegangenen Jahres zu gedenken. Das Lied singen seit vielen Jahrzehnten auch die Pfadfinder in ihrer jeweiligen Landessprache und „Nehmt Abschied, Brüder" ist wohl eines der weltweit bekanntesten Lieder überhaupt.

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