Happy April Piano Players!
I’ve been revisiting some beautiful old folk songs lately. With all the pain and difficulty in the world right now, these songs bring comfort and connect us to our joy. In 2018 I gave you an intermediate arrangement of Shenandoah, a gorgeous 19th Century ballad popular with lonely river men and sailors. Today I have an advanced arrangement for you, and will also reissue the intermediate arrangement to you. The advanced arrangement is only available for a year, so print today! After that it will be for sale along with many more of my arrangements at Sheet Music Plus.
Click DOWNLOAD to print my intermediate arrangement of Shenandoah. Hint: the first 2 notes in the treble staff are F and G. Sorry they are so low, but I wanted to offer this arrangement in the Key of C, which put the first 2 notes on the F and G below middle C 😊
I hope you enjoy playing Shenandoah this month! If you are a beginner, just play the top notes of the intermediate arrangement, wherever you see lyrics. Ignore the notes with no lyrics below them- they are what we call “fils.” Fils fill in the spaces between the melody, but are not part of the melody.
Happy Easter, Ramadan and Passover to all who celebrate, and enjoy the splendor of spring! With love and music, Gaili
6 Replies to “April Free Sheet Music: Shenandoah”
Thank you so much!
You are so welcome! I hope you enjoy playing Shenandoah 🙂 Best, Gaili
Thank you for this lovely arrangement. Shenandoah has always been one of my faves and I look forward to learning it. I agree that songs of comfort and joy are needed now. I’ve been playing Sheep May Safely Graze and America (My Country Tis of Thee).
I love Sheep May Safely Graze and America. Such beautiful pieces. I hope you enjoy playing Shenandoah! It really speaks to me. THanks for your comment I really appreciate it!
You are so welcome!! Hope you enjoy playing Shenandoah 🙂