Armstrong, Louis: Go Down Moses - Sheet Music Download

Interpreter: Louis Armstrong
Instrumentation: Choir, Band/Ensemble
Music Genres: Spiritual, Jazz, Early 20th
Level: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Order No. 101-160-8001d
Publisher: jazzinotes
Transcription: Note-for-Note, incl. chord symbols
Delivery Option: Download

Note-for-Note- transcription of the spiritual "Go Down Moses", including all instruments and vocaks (lead vocal and choir): score and parts

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Interpreter Louis Armstrong
Music by trad.
Words by trad.
Subgenres New Orleans
Instrumentation Choir, Band/Ensemble
Instruments Vocal, Choir, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Piano, El. Organ, Guitar, El. Guitar, Double Bass
Instrumentation Details In the piano only the right hand is transcribed. The left hand usually plays the bottom notes of the chords which are also notated in the piano part (and in the score). In the drums only the bacic pattern is notated. The clarinet and the trumpet are in Bb. The chord symbols are notated in the piano and double bass parts and of course in the score, too.
Transcription Note-for-Note, incl. chord symbols
source Album
Album 50 Greatest Hits of Louis Armstrong
Duration 3:40
Level 3
Pages 31 (15 score + 16 parts)

The note-for-note transcription of Go Down Moses (also known as "When Israel Was in Egypt Land") includes the score and all parts: lead vocal (Louis Armstrong), choir (soprano, alto, tenor, bariton, Bass), 2 clarinets in Bb (one may be omitted), trumpet in Bb (Louis Armstrong), trombone, piano, el, organ, el. guitar and double bass. In the drums only the basic pattern is notated.

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