Digital Diownload: Scarborough Fair, Flute and Piano

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The version using the melody later used by Simon & Garfunkel in "Scarborough Fair/Canticle" was first sung by Mark Anderson (1874–1953), a retired lead miner from Middleton-in-Teesdale, County Durham, England to Ewan MacColl in 1947.

Scarborough Fair," popularized in the United States by the 1960s singer-songwriting duo Simon & Garfunkel, is an English folk song about a market fair that took place in the town of Scarborough in Yorkshire during medieval times. Like any fair, it attracted traders, entertainers and food vendors, along with other hangers-on. The fair peaked in the late 14th century but continued to operate until the end of the 1700s. Now, several fairs are held in remembrance of the original.


Ms. Bujacich has many other arrangements for Flute and Pian9 as well as numerous arrangements for solo piano on various levels. She is always adding to her library, so come back often to see what new arrnagemnts she will be bring you and your students!


10 total pages: Cover, 7 pages full score, 2 pages flute part solo


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