Golden At My Feet - Quartet for Horns

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This is an adaptation of an earlier score for Male voice choir in the style of a Victorian Glee. The song is about a guy who has to leave his girl to go off to some duty, and is getting very sentimental(and a little drunk)in the process. This piece has elements of song and hunting styles (typical of Classical Horn music)and a certain amount of late 19th century harmony that would be at home in a Barber's Shop quartet. It is great fun to play and goes down well with audiences - make much of the 6/8 section, which is all about drinking ale to dull the heart-ache of parting. The original lyrics can be checked out in the original setting for voices among the associated scores on this web site.

All parts are also available.


Score ID
42821
Composer
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Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Quartet of Horns in F
Genre
Classical music
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