About this sheet music and what it includes:
- "Greensleeves" (English folk song)
- Level 1: Beginner (See other levels of this song)
- 2 pages of music
- Hand positions & brief tutorial page
- Additional lyrics page
- Cover sheet
- Fingerings: on all the notes
- Key (for this arrangement): A minor
- Instrumentation: For piano solo
- Complete audio sample: Always free to listen to on our website. (No vocal recording)
- Downloading file: PDF
- Arranger & music editor: Mizue Murakami
- Publisher: Galaxy Music Notes
- Product code: GMNS00131
More about this Level 1 "Greensleeves":
"Greensleeves" is an English folk song, loved by a lot of people in the world. It is in the style of romanesca started in Spain in the 16th's century which consists of 4 chords in general. It is believed that "Greensleeves" was composed by the English King, Henry VIII.
In this Level 1 arrangement for beginners, you can stay in one hand-position for the entire song. Please take a look at the hand-position tutorial page after you download it. There are a few black keys that you need to play in this song, one with the right hand and two with the left hand. When you see a sharp sign (#) on the music score, please go to the black key. Those black keys are also described on the tutorial page. You will be playing only the melody line (a single note at a time) without other additional notes for harmonic support for this level. If this arrangement is too easy for you and If you would like to play additional harmonic notes, please try Level 2 "Greensleeves."
This Level 1 "Greensleeves" is arranged for piano solo. However, you or someone else can sing along. The separate lyrics page is included in the PDF file.
To learn more about the story behind this folk song, "Greensleeves," please visit our page, "About Greensleeves."
To find more piano sheet music for other folk songs, please visit our collection page, "Folk Songs."
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