Violin, Viola, Cello, String Trio, String Quartet - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
By Van Morrison. Arranged by Dan Sanchez. Individual Part, Score, Set of Parts, Sheet Music Single. 18 pages. Published by Dan Sanchez (H0.690623-312040).
Item Number: H0.690623-312040
Thank you for downloading my String Quartet arrangement of “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You” by Van Morrison. Rod Stewart also had a popular rendition of this tune in the 90’s. This can also be performed with a String Trio, since the 2nd Violin Part is optional. It has a lovely melody with the inner voices filling in while the cello keeps a solid foundation. The viola gets a not-too-difficult solo in the middle section.
This is just one of my many special arrangements. Check out my full listing on Sheet Music Plus! I am always adding new items for String Duo, Trio, and Quartet. One thing that sets my arrangements apart from others is that I fit all of my parts on 2 sheets of music. This makes it so the songs can fit into a binder, without the need for flipping pages!
Another great thing (for multi-instrumental arrangements) is that I include cue lines on each part, so that every player in the ensemble can see one other person’s music at the same time. This is so amazingly useful and has saved countless performances in the past. If someone skips a beat or misses a measure, you can now see where they are and reconnect! This also helps with sight-reading and keeping the group together in general.
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