What key is lightly row in?

A major key
Lightly Row, piece No. 2 in Suzuki Violin School, Volume 1 is in the A major key, meter is alla breve (2/2) and tempo is Moderato. Lightly Row is not an original violin composition, it is Shinichi Suzuki’s arrangement of the German folk song Hänschen klein, original lyrics are by Franz Wiedemann.

What are the notes for Lightly Row violin?

Lightly Row begins with a downbow on E, then two bows on C# on A string. This means a quick and careful crossing to A string in the upper part of the bow. Keep the right elbow low and relaxed. Before playing, get into basic posture with 2nd finger ready above C#.

When was lightly row written?

Wright, W. C. (1874) Lightly Row . Dye & Saunders, Oneonta, monographic.

Is Lightly Row copyrighted?

1870 to 1885 collection is in the public domain and is free to use and reuse.

How many notations are in the sheet music for lightly row?

Browse our 13 arrangements of “Lightly Row.” Sheet music is available for Piano, Voice, Guitar and 25 others with 10 scorings and 3 notations in 4 genres. Find your perfect arrangement and access a variety of transpositions so you can print and play instantly, anywhere.

Are there any reviews written for lightly row?

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What’s included in lightly row?

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What instruments are used in the song lightly row?

Music Letters Violin, Lyre, Flute, Piano, Recorder Chords, etc. “Lightly Row” is an American song from the 19th century. The same melody can be found in the popular German children’s song “Hänschen klein”. The melody can be found in print in Germany as early as 1784.