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    Freddie Mercury

    I meant to add something about Freddie Mercury because he was such an extraordinary talent. He was born Farrokh Bulsara in Zanzibar on 5 September 1946  to Parsi-Indian parents.  They fled the Zanzibar Revolution in 1964 and…

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    Bohemian Rhapsody

    Final fling for this term (hope!) and a challenging one.  But the hard graft done by Jeannie again, with twiddly bits added by me, including a ghost pianist to fill in the gaps. Here are the parts.…

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    Come Holy Ghost

    Parts for Come, Holy Ghost Thomas Attwood was born in 1765 and had five sons and one daughter. The eldest son was a lieutenant in the Royal Engineers but was murdered in Seville in 1821. His second…

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    Greensleeves

    Well done Jeannie on interpreting this, with all those intricate repeats etc. Greensleeves parts here. The folklore is that Henry VIII had a hand in writing this, intending it for Anne Boleyn before her headstrong nature ended…

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    Scarborough Fair

    Big thanks to Jeannie for creating these parts, great tenacity and accuracy! Parts are here. On a lyrics note I’d much prefer us to say ‘She once was .. ‘ as Simon & Garfunkel, rather that ‘She…

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    All will be well

    Latest addition to the collection, parts here. For some reason the recent Musescore upgrade has stopped showing the menu across the top.  Instead you have to click the stack of three small bars top left to show…

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    Joy to the World

    Joy on two accounts!  First the parts  for Jeremiah then big thanks to Jeannie for offering to do some of the transcribing. If anyone’s interested, Musescore has a Rhythm facility to allow entry of all note durations…