The Wild Rover is a popular folk song of unknown origins. It's been suggested that the song is in fact Scottish and not Irish as it is found in a collection of ballads dated between 1813 and 1838 held in the Bodleian Library. Often considered to be a drinking song it is a staple for artists performing live music in Irish pubs. It's been covered by a multitude of artist like for instance Andre Rieu, The Dubliners, Johnny Logan and The Corries Duet Sheet Music for C Instrument accompanied by Trombone arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. the Wild Rover is also known by alternative title: Nafarroa gure aberria. - Instrumentation: C Instrument and Trombone - Level: Easy - Score Type: Solo Score - Tempo: Fast - Genre: Folk Music - Composer: Anonymous - Year Composed: 1813 - Pages (approximate): 4
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|Size: ||465 KB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781326334840 (DRM-EPUB)|
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