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Greensleeves By Richard Ashdowne
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Attributed to Henry VIII, Greensleeves remains one of the most hauntingly memorable melodies of English music. This straightforward arrangement for male voices (TTBB) offers a fresh but traditional... More > setting of this important work.< Less
Greensleeves (What Child is This) By David Crittenden
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This is the printed music of an arrangement of Greensleeves (What Child is This) for solo guitar in treble-clef notation. The arrangement includes passages with three-voice texture, a freely... More > composed variation on the romanesca bassline, and a passage with artificial harmonics. Difficulty level: Intermediate to fairly difficult< Less
Greensleeves (What Child is This) By David Crittenden
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This is the printed music of an arrangement of Greensleeves (What Child is This) for solo guitar in treble-clef notation. The arrangement includes passages with three-voice texture, a freely... More > composed variation on the romanesca bassline, and a passage with artificial harmonics. Difficulty level: Intermediate to fairly difficult< Less
Who Wrote Greensleeves? By Dennis Miller
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Who really wrote the age old classic song "Greensleeves"? You know, the one we sing at Christmastime, "What Child Is This?". Was it King Henry VIII who wrote the song, as legend... More > says?? Did he write a tawdry song to his daughter Queen Elizabeth to taunt her about his love affair with her mother Anne Boleyn??? THIS BOOK WILL CLEAR UP ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS GREAT SONG. With multiple proofs from many sources Dr. Miller shows the real truth about Greensleeves. The findings are quite revealing!< Less
Who Wrote Greensleeves? By Dennis Miller
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Who really wrote the age old classic song "Greensleeves"? You know, the one we sing at Christmastime, "What Child Is This?". Was it King Henry VIII who wrote the song, as legend... More > says?? Did he write a tawdry song to his daughter Queen Elizabeth to taunt her about his love affair with her mother Anne Boleyn??? THIS BOOK WILL CLEAR UP ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS GREAT SONG. With multiple proofs from many sources Dr. Miller shows the real truth about Greensleeves. The findings are quite revealing!< Less
Greensleeves Beginner Piano Sheet Music PDF By King Henry the Eighth
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A SilverTonalities Arrangement! Easy Note Style Sheet Music Letter Names of Notes embedded in each Notehead!
Greensleeves Easy Piano Sheet Music PDF By King Henry the Eighth
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A SilverTonalities Arrangement! Easy Note Style Sheet Music Letter Names of Notes embedded in each Notehead!
Greensleeves Elementary Piano Sheet Music Pdf By King Henry Eighth
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A SilverTonalities Arrangement! Easy Note Style Sheet Music Letter Names of Notes embedded in each Notehead!
Greensleeves Easy Violin Sheet Music PDF By King Henry the Eighth
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A SilverTonalities Arrangement! Easy Note Style Sheet Music Letter Names of Notes embedded in each Notehead!
Greensleeves for Accordion and Bassoon - Pure Duet Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm By Lars Christian Lundholm
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Greensleeves recorded by among others Andre Rieu, John Coltrane, Olivia Newton-John is a traditional English folk song, ballad and broadside ballad first printed in 1580. It was not (though commonly... More > believed) composed by Henry VIII for his lover and future queen consort Anne Boleyn. It is a ground based on an Italian Passamezzo Antico or Spanish Romanesca that did not reach England until after The king's death. Ralph Vaughan Williams composed a Fantasia on Greensleeves based on the Greensleeves melody in 1934. The tune like Scott Joplin's The Entertainer is popular as a standard chime for ice cream vans and in popular culture it's been featured in films and on TV like for instance Zero Dark Thirty, The Big Bang Theory, Friends and The Simpsons Duet Sheet Music for Accordion accompanied by Bassoon arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. Greensleeves is also known by alternative title: What Child Is This, Al Labous Mary, Green Sleeves, Greensleeves And Pudding Pies, Ye Ladie Green....< Less