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English Sea Shanty

By Alice Parker

Choir Secular TTBB choir (A Cappella) (Men's Choir)
English Sea Shanty. Edited by Bob Dingley. Arranged by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw. Music Prodigy; Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles. Sacred choral octavo (TTBB). English Sea Shanty. Choral and Folk. Octavo. With piano rehearsal part. 16 pages. Alfred Music #00-LG51053. Published by Alfred Music (AP.LG51053).

Item Number: AP.LG51053

9x12 inches. English.

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  • February 10, 2011 Awesom

    Our local high school performed this and, whether by their own skill or the musical literature, this song was a hit. This is an amazing song that pleased critics along with the crowd. Definately a "Must-Try"!

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  • January 06, 2010 NOT THE SHAW ARRANGEMENT

    It should be criminal that this editor blasphemes Robert Shaw and Alice Parker's arrangement of this stiring sea shanty. Just looking at the first page in the preview, one immeidately notices the rythmic irregularities starting in the 9th measure!! It is not, "Way-hay and up she rises" It...

    is simply "way-hay up she rises." If you are looking to perform the true rendition, I would try contacting Shirmer to see if they still print the original. This is a poor rip off!!!

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