Skye Boat Song (AL-12-0571538126)

Skye Boat Song
Model# AL-12-0571538126
UPC 9780571538126

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The Skye Boat Song is perhaps one of the best-known Scottish melodies of all. It refers to the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie who, still only a boy, was smuggled out of Scotland to France after the Scots' defeat by the English at the Battle of Culloden in 1745. Despite there being a huge reward on his head, not one of his faithful Highlanders would betray him to the "auld enemy": a girl named Flora MacDonald disguised him in her maid's clothes and helped to row him "over the sea to Skye." The words by Sir Harold Boulton date from the nineteenth century.

Faber Choral Singles offer a series of beautifully crafted arrangements in a diversity of musical styles for today's choirs. From Broadway, pop and folk to spirituals, gospel and original works, the Faber Choral Singles series guarantees the perfect repertoire for every occasion.
Publisher: FABER MUSIC
Publication Date: 6/2013
Arranger(s): L'Estrange, Alexander
Medium: Choral Octavo
Series: Faber Choral Singles
ISBN: 0571538126
Voicing: SAB
Instrument: Choir
Instrumentation: with Piano
Genre: Folk; Secular

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