: Blue Bells of Scotland for Trombone solo & Trombone Quartet by Arthur Pryor (): Arthur Pryor, Wes Ballenger: Books. Buy Blue Bells of Scotland by Arthur Pryor/arr. Tom H at Concert Band Sheet Music. One of the most well-known of all Scottish folksongs. Th. When Shawn’s teacher refuses to teach him the Arthur Pryor piece, Blue Bells of Scotland, he teaches himself. In this, too, he imitates Arthur.

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Arthur Pryor: Blue Bells and Trombone

It is in theme and variation form, and opens with a cadenza-like introduction. We recommend that you assign name-surname. I was just searching for some info on this topic you wrote and found this blog. The bluebell is a flower; see Common bluebell and Campanula rotundifolia. Joseph Haydn wrote a piano trio accompaniment for this song Hob.

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October 6, at 3: Share this sheet music Free-scores. In this, too, he imitates Arthur Pryor. It is often considered to be the trombone and euphonium equivalent in terms of required mastery of the og to the Carnival of Venice prjor trumpet or cornetby Jean-Baptiste Arban. Although the exact date is disputed due to some naming questions, Pryor probably composed the piece around This service works with Youtube, Dailymotion.


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Bing Crosby included the song in a medley on his album Gang Songs A broadside ballad version words only from slightly later in the 19th century makes references to George III and the Napoleonic wars:. Scottish folk songs Roud Folk Song Index songs.

Free sheet music : Pryor, Arthur – Blue Bells of Scotland (Trombone, Piano)

Retrieved from ” https: Add Videos on this page Add a video related to this sheet music. This version is technically challenging and allows the soloist to show off a flowing legato while, in different places, requiring some difficult jumps.

It would be five prypr before someone told him the full length of the slide, all seven positions, could be used, not to mention passing on the helpful information that the slide really ought to be oiled!

As with most folk songs, it exists in multiple versions. Follow this composer Be informed by email for any addition or update of the sheet music and MP3 of this artist. However, since all of the published versions are with piano, and the versions with band or orchestra have been arranged by others Simon Kerwin for band, and Peter Hope for orchestra it is not possible at this point to know what the exact instrumentation was.


In an unintended instance of art imitating life, Blue Bells of Scotland opens with Shawn Kleiner marching bluebells to audition for the position of second trombone, and walking away as the new principal player. Sousa convinced Holton to stay, but inArthur Pryor did assume the official position of featured soloist with the Sousa band. After the theme, it moves to the allegro section, in which the variations begin.

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About the author Laura. The vivace finale brings all these techniques into one, requiring the trombonist to exhibit advanced range, legato, double tonguing and flexibility.

It was after this that he received the telegram inviting him to play for John Philip Sousa, and still later that he began working with recording. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Because Pryor was a trombonist and band leader, it is likely that the instrumentation of the original was trombone and band. Check date values in: