MANYWAYS #1 Suantra� na Maighdine

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This is one of the few songs from MANYWAYS, 50 SONG ARRANGEMENTS,published in 1982, without accompaniment. MANYWAYS has been long out of print and many Primary teachers have requested its re-publication. Most of the songs have been arranged for 2-part choir of trebles and have ad-lib accompaniments for ad-hoc instruments commonly found in Irish Primary schools. It is my fervent hope that teachers, having purchased the songs that attract them, will make copies for each student and that they will 'colour code' their own line/part so that these arrangements will help them become musically literate. My choice of keys for the songs has been dictated by the ease with which the instrumental parts can be played on the instruments suggested. The latter, of course, can be changed to suit circumstances! The book was, after all, called MANYways!

Score ID
Easy (Grades 1-3)
2 minutes
World music

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