Guitar 1 & 2 part from Hajej, Můj And�lku (Sleep, Little Angel) for TTBB and 2 Guitars

page one of the Guitar 1 & 2 part from Hajej, Můj And�lku (Sleep, Little Angel) for TTBB and 2 Guitars

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Full details

Hajej, můj and�lku, hajej a spi, Matička kol�b� děť�tko sv�, Hajej, nynej, dadej, milej! Matička kol�b� děť�tko sv�.

Hajej, můj zlatou�ku, hajej a spi. Zamhouři maličk� očička sv�. Hajej, nynej, dadej, milej! Zamhouři maličk� očička sv�.

(Thanks to www.emimino.cz for the complete lyrics.)

Simply put, this is a Bohemian lullaby that I came across and it was simply too beautiful to pass up. I hope I did it justice, and realize that (perhaps due mostly to my naivity) I tried to maintain a fairly Bohemian musicality. Let it be very free moving, and drop to a very quiet hush at the end. It was written with a small ensemble in mind, perhaps two voices to a part, where two of the singing individuals also played the guitars. Also, a note on the guitar part: it is only a very, very rough outline for the instrumentalists, and they would be advised to take as many liberties as they are capable while maintaining the feel of the song.

Suggestions for improving the piece, especially its emotional motives, would always be greatly appreciated.


Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Other
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