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Wellerman

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Wellerman digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
  • Does not contain lyrics
  • This product is available worldwide

Title:

Wellerman

By:

Paul Hankinson

Instrument:

Piano

Scorings:

Instrumental Solo

Original Published Key:

C Minor

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0227034

Price:

$9.99
Includes 1 print + interactive copy. Each additional print is $9.99

Number of Pages:

4

Average Rating:

Rated 3/5 based on 1 customer reviews

Top Review:

"Ok the overall melody and idea is really good. I have a big problem with your crossing of ..."

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By:

Paul Hankinson

Arranger:

Paul Hankinson

Number of Pages:

4

Form:

Solo

Instrument:

Piano

Scoring:

Instrumental Solo

Original Published Key:

C Minor

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0227034

Tempo:

Moderato

Metronome:

q = 94

Styles:

Folk

New Zealand

Traditional

The Song Details Tab gives you detailed information about this song, Wellerman

Composer:

New Zealand Folksong

Lyricist:

New Zealand Folksong

Date:

2021

Publisher:

Paul Hankinson

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0227034

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jasonvideogamer

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3/13/2021 5:01:40 PM

Poor writing

Ok the overall melody and idea is really good. I have a big problem with your crossing of hands. I understand the first cross cause it makes sense because the left hand switches between treble and bass while the right hand keeps the melody. My issue is the other 2 crosses of the hands it doesnt make sense. yes it looks cooler to others but there is no reason for it. It is way easier to have the melody switch to the left hand. I actually brought the pdf of the music into adobe illustrator so i could edit the pdf to switch the staffs. Other than this clear oversight and not really thinking of how to play this, this score is really good. I know I saw your youtube video and I know it can be done to just cross your hands for all the sections it just doesnt make sense though. if I wanted to play maple leaf rag with the staffs switched I could do it, there just is no reason other than making the song look way harder and challenging your brain to reverse process the music.

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