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What A Wonderful World - Solo Cello - Louis Armstrong arr. Cellobat
Cello - Early Intermediate - Digital Download
By Louis Armstrong. Arranged by Sarah Cellobat Chaffee. Solo Part. 1 pages. Published by Sarah Chaffee (H0.760879-915947).
Item Number: H0.760879-915947
Released in 1967 as a single by Louis Armstrong, "What A Wonderful World" is one of the most beloved ballads of all time, and is sure to pull at the heartstrings of your audience! This arrangement for solo cello is great for weddings, receptions, cocktail parties, solo & ensemble contests, and any other event that needs a heartfelt tune. No accompaniment part -- it stands alone, or can be played with a backing track for solo gigs. It will definitely make people happy! This is an early-intermediate-level arrangement in 12/8 (lots of tied rhythms) and entirely in 1st position.
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