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Londonderry Air (O' Danny Boy) Piano solo


Uploaded on Jul 14, 2013

8/11/2015 - Converted to Version 2.0.2 (Mellow Yamaha Grand Piano)
4/29/2014 - Worked on the dynamics to bring out the melody more. Increased the tempo a little. Cleaned up the score by making invisible all the pedal markings.
7/14/2013 - This fine arrangement for just piano was found in an old songbook copyrighted in 1937. I would think it would now be in the public domain.

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Pages 2
Duration 01:04
Measures 18
Key signature 3 flats
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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This is fantastic! thank's for bringing this into my view!
Hi, Thank you for sharing this music sheet. I've liked the tune of this song since I was a kid. now I'm 47 and just started learning piano. I have a basic question about note C flat on treble staff, how to play it?
i saw the markings but do they actually make a difference to the actual peice? just wondering so if it does i might try and use some
Nice marking of dynamic and speed making it more musical.
Hello, I have one question if you don't mind... With the music score here, I notice that the piece starts with 3 parts texture, then constantly shifting between 3 to 4 parts texture. So I'm wondering if this piece was arranged in 3 parts or 4 parts texture?
As I commented when I uploaded it on 7/13/2013, I found this arrangement in an old songbook published in 1937. It is entitled "Robbins Mammoth Collection of World Famous Songs", edited by Hugo Frey, and came down to me from a collection of sheet music formerly owned by a deceased relative. Inside the title page it states that Hugo Frey was a "foremost arranger in this specialized field...of songs that are internationally renowned." After playing it I was struck that while not that difficult, the arranger gave it just the right amount of "texture" to make it sound rich and full.
The change of speed really makes a difference. Fantastic!