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Fantasies, fairies and folktales

Sheet Music: Score

Fantasies, fairies and folktales : five pieces for solo guitar based on English, Irish and Welsh folksongs / Richard Charlton.

by Richard Charlton (2003)


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Five pieces for solo guitar based on English, Irish and Welsh Folksongs.

Pages: 1 score (11p. -- A4 (portrait))

Difficulty: Medium — Medium to Difficult

Duration: 12 min.

Contents note:

Greensleeves processional / arranged by R. Charlton -- Down by the Salley Gardens / arranged by R. Charlton -- A vision of angels / trad. Irish melody, arranged by R. Charlton -- All through the night: based on a Welsh folksong -- Turlough's ghosts.

Dedication note: Turlough's ghosts: For Alan Banks.
Commission info: Turlough's ghosts commissioned by Alan Banks

First performance 4 May 03. Harty Room, Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music, Queen's University of Belfast, Ireland.

"Greensleeves Processional, Salley Gardens and All Through the Night were part of a set of folksong arrangements written for Timothy Kain ... Turlough's Ghosts was especially composed for Australian guitarist Alan Banks and was premiered by him at the 2003 'Sonorities Festival' in Belfast" -- p. [1].

Copyright held by Richard Charlton.

Greensleeves processional, Down by the Salley Gardens and All through the night composed in 1997. Turlough's ghosts composed in 2003.

Includes brief programme note.

"All are based on traditional folksongs of the British Isles" -- p.[1].

Cover title.

This is a handwritten edition — it is not typeset.

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