Bassoon 2 part from Happy Birthday - bassoon quartet

Composer
Mildred Hill
Duration
1 minute
Genre
Other
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Happy Birthday had its origins in 1893, when Mildred Hill, a kindergarten teacher in Louisville, Kentucky, put together a simple little tune, which she called Good Morning to All, and was used as a welcoming song to be sung by the teacher to the class each morning. The song was eventually published along with the Happy Birthday lyrics as an optional second verse.

This arrangement works very well in concert, having been successfully used many times.

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