Grandfather’s Clock -or- My Grandfather’s Clock (WORK) 19th C. American popular song arr. for SATB a cappella voices by Pamela Webb Tubbs
"My Grandfather’s Clock" is an American folk song composed by "Connecticut Yankee" Henry Clay Work, the author of "Marching Through Georgia". It is a standard of British brass bands and colliery bands, and is also popular in bluegrass music. It has also been sung by male choruses such as the Robert Shaw Chorale. The Oxford English Dictionary says that the song is responsible for the fact that a longcase clock is also called a "grandfather clock". (Source: Wikipedia) Enjoy!
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