When the Saints Go Marching In
Composed by Traditional - Digital Sheet Music
Product InformationWhen the Saints Go Marching In composed by Traditional - Digital Sheet Music
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My primary instrument is the pipe organ.: Virtuosic / Teacher / Director or Conductor / Composer
6/18/2015 4:52:10 PM
The arrangement was not what I had hoped it would be. The arrangement is not written for a Church Postlude, but a gathering of sorts. While I am on the subject, let me interject here that when an organist needs a piece of choral music he or she likes for a prelude or postlude, we have to purchase 6 arrangements. We should purchase only ONE!!! Thanks for listening to this lowly organist. Thanks also for being there for such lowly organists such as myself, for the music we need to purchase for print. Many times I have to go to other music printable sights to get what I need at the time. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!! Michael
8/12/2010 10:59:17 PM
Im familiar with swing, but this version is pretty much dead off the mark. After the download gave me trouble, I saved the file and attempted to print it off the computer itself... but I dont even know if that was worth it. The song sounded pretty terrible and pretty much wasted $5
3/12/2016 6:01:30 PM
close but no cigar
Not quite doing it for me. At first i thought it had potential as a bluesy piano solo, but I soon realised it needed a rework