Auld Lang Syne

Accordion Orchestra

Auld Lang Syne

Ballad on a Famous Scottish Tune

Genre:
Ballad
Grade Level:
Mittelstufe
Performance time:
00:03:17
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
DIN A4
Info:
Full Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR2324AK
Release Date:
2001

Info

Today this famous song from Scotland is generally attributed to Robert Burns (1739-1796) although the exact extent of his responsibility for the words and the music has always been controversial. However, it is generally agreed that he was not the author of the words of the first verse. The germ of the melody can be found under the title “The Duke of Burclugh’s Tune” in an edition of 1687 and it then developed under various titles such as “The Miller’s Daughter” or “Don’s Strathspey”. The present words and the present melody first appeared in “A Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs” by George Thomson in 1799. In addition to the general importance of this song in the Anglo-Saxon world, it meets with growing popularity in our area too. Consequently, this arrangements for band reacts to widespread requirements.

The accordion orchestra version of this piece is combinable with the concert band version!

Available parts

MVSR2324AK
Auld Lang Syne (AKKO) Score + Parts
46,00 €
MVSR2324AP
Auld Lang Syne (AKKO) Score
10,00 €
MVSR2324AS
Auld Lang Syne (AKKO) Parts
36,00 €

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