Thomas Arne’s “Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind” — and how appropriate is that?

Thomas_Augustine_Arne

Greeting music lovers,

It’s time to shiver through a sweet and lively yet wintery new piece.  Aside from posting the graphics of the sheet music and the audio parts for you to listen to, I will also post PDFs of the sheet music (find links below parts) so you can download the lot and print it out if you so desire.  Ain’t I helpful?

I hope to see you all soon!

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All 3 Parts Audio


Blow, Blow_3part_p1
Blow, Blow_3part_p2

Soprano Part Audio


Blow, Blow_Sop

Alto Part Audio


Blow, Blow_Alto

Baritone Part Audio


Blow, Blow_Bar

PDFs to download
Full Score
Soprano Part
Alto Part
Baritone Part

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2 Responses to Thomas Arne’s “Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind” — and how appropriate is that?

  1. Joe B. says:

    Wow. Actually some heavy lyrics here. Chilled me to the bone, quite frankly. Thanks for sharing it… … … I think.

    • lewesclassical says:

      Listen here, Pal! Are you a member of this organization? I mean, what do you really know about chilling lyrics? Why, you should hear some of the truly terrifying things we sing about––Nero’s expedition, faining and complaining, Sicilian banks and Jack the Syrian Ho––huh! and you think some silly little winter winds are chilling! Che!

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