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Boosey and Hawkes Loch Lomond (No. 2 from Scottish Folk Song Suite) 3 Part Treble arranged by Lee R. Kesselman
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This is one of the most famous of all Scottish songs - a song of friendship, of love, and of parting. This arrangement begins as a march, with soft, ...Click To Read More About This Product
This is one of the most famous of all Scottish songs - a song of friendship, of love, and of parting. This arrangement begins as a march, with soft, gentle (distant) bagpipes heard in the upper voices, as the singers resolve to part without sadness. The piece becomes progressively more legato and the pace slows. Finally, the end lingers, not wanting to leave the true love and memoires behind. No. 2 in Kesselman's Scottish Folk Song Suite. Duration: 3:15.