Music Scores & Parts for March 4th Society Meeting Open Ensemble Session

Dear Guitar Enthusiasts,
Here is the music we will be playing in the open ensemble session at the March 4th Guitar Society meeting at Odd Fellows Hall. Some pieces we have looked at already this year, some are new. Everyone is welcome to come and join in! Take a look at the scores and decide which parts you would like to play, print them out, work on them a bit, and bring them along to the meeting with your guitar. Don’t worry about whether you can play everything, just come along and have fun. This is the order in which we will play.

Mall Sims Old English dance arr. A Forrest

Les Barricades Mysterieuses by Francois Courperin arr. A Forrest

Stare Ljubavi Croation walz song arr. A Forrest

Noches de Luna An Argentinian folk song arr. A Forrest

Fiddlers Playing A Ukrainian dance song Arr. A Forrest

Keep scrolling down for more information and details about the upoming meeting on March 4th. I look forward to seeing you there!
Best Regards
Jon Sharp
President, Corvallis Guitar Society

Open Ensemble Session Music Scores & Parts for February 4th Meeting

Dear Guitar Enthusiasts,
Here is the music we will be playing in the open ensemble session at the February 4th Guitar Society meeting at Odd Fellows Hall. Everyone is welcome to come and join in! Take a look at the scores and decide which parts you would like to play, print them out, work on them a bit, and bring them along to the meeting with your guitar. Don’t worry about whether you can play everything, just come along and have fun. This is the order in which we will play. Scroll down for more information about the meeting.

Planxty Irwin (Turlough O’Carolan) arr. A. Forrest

Drink to Me Only (Anon.) arr. A. Forrest

Nimrod (Edward Elgar Enigma Variations) arr. Hirsch
The full score and parts cannot be posted online for copyright reasons. If you wish to choose a part, email me at jmds157@yahoo.com

Stare Ljubavi (Delo Jusic) arr. A Forrest

Mysterious Barricades (Francois Couperin) arr. A Forrest
Note: the Requinto part can be played as written on a standard guitar with a capo on the 5th fret. Although the Bass part is written in the bass clef, note-wise it’s equivalent to the bass line of guitar part 3 (treble clef), but one octave lower.

I look forward to seeing you on February 4th at the upcoming Meeting (more details about the meeting below)
Best Regards
Jon Sharp
President Corvallis Guitar Society