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Aloha oe sheet music

Aloha oe sheet music

Play clarinet – aloha oe

I got this one as a FREE monthly download, so I can’t say I didn’t get my money’s worth. The piano version lacks lyrics, so those looking for a piano-VOCAL version should look elsewhere. The arrangement, on the other hand, is a full version with intro and verse, and it has an old fashioned charm to it, as if it were something that would be played in a family "parlor" in the Victorian era. I also got the guitar arrangement (with lyrics) and the ukulele lead sheet (natch).

Aloha oe, farewell to thee, hawaiian, easy piano tutorial with

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Queen lili’uokalani: aloha ‘oe (piano transcription)

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Aloha oe | farewell to thee (sheet music – piano solo

Aloha Oe by Queen Liliuokalani for piano solo, beginner piano sheet music There’s even a High-Quality PDF file to download right away. Hal Leonard® publishing company has granted Virtual Sheet Music® a license. NOTE: The picture above is just a glimpse of the item’s first page. Purchase this item to view, print, and listen to the entire album.
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“Aloha Oe” is a piano piece with digital sheet music.
Hal Leonard is the publisher.
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Piano solo is the instrumentation.
Beginner skill level
Folk, patriotic, festival, and children’s genres
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Aloha oe (farewell to thee) – piano solo

“Aloha Oe,” written by Queen Liliuokalani, the last ruler of Hawai‘i, is one of the most well-known songs associated with the Hawaiian Islands. She was a gifted and prolific composer, as well as an author and musician. “Farewell to thee,” as translated by Liliuokalani in an 1878 handwritten manuscript, is the English title. Here are the full lyrics and translation, as well as the song’s sources. Versions with Liliuokalani as the composer were published in San Francisco as early as 1884, according to OCLC.
“At first I had no instrument, and had to transcribe the notes by voice alone; but I found, despite disadvantages, great consolation in composing, and transcribed a number of songs,” Liliuokalani wrote during her house arrest (1895-1896) in Iolani Palace. Three of them made it from my prison to Chicago, where they were printed, including “Aloha Oe,” or “Farewell to Thee,” which became a very popular song.” 2
Here’s a later edition from 1914, with a new English title at the start. Toots Paka was a singer who popularized Hawaiian music in America with her husband July Paka’s recordings for Columbia and other labels. From 1914, the Toots Paka Hawaiian Company sings “Aloha Oe.”