- Back to Top
- OverviewJump to Overview
- FeaturesJump to Features
- WarrantyJump to Warranty
- ReviewsJump to Reviews
Boosey and Hawkes Queen Jane (CME In High Voice) 3 Part Treble A Cappella arranged by Stephen Hatfield
- Write a Review
- J68125 000000000 J68125000000000
- Free Shipping (48 Contiguous U.S. States)
Queen Ann is Jane Seymour, the third and most beloved wife of Henry VIII, who died giving birth to Edward VI. Originating in England, this ballad the...Click To Read More About This Product
6-Month* financing available.
Queen Ann is Jane Seymour, the third and most beloved wife of Henry VIII, who died giving birth to Edward VI. Originating in England, this ballad then traveled to America where it settled in the isolated Kentucky hills. The story is told by three characters each of whom carry a distinctive timbre: treble I - Jane Seymour, treble II - the narrator, and treble III - Henry VIIII. The slow tempo and emotional context of the text give many opportunities for word painting and subtle dynamic nuances. Duration: 4:45.