House Of The Rising Sun Piano Sheet Music

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The House Of The Rising Sun – MEDIUM Piano Tutorial – [Sheet Music]

On this page, we are offering Level 1 of “The House of the Rising Sun” for piano. You can stay in one hand-position for the entire song. After you download it, please locate the hand position on the tutorial page. There are fingering numbers provided on every note. You’ll be playing only melody notes . And there is no black key that you need to play. This arrangement was written for piano solo. However, you or someone else can sing along with your favorite version of its lyrics.

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The House of the Rising Sun Acc. in Am
MP3 added the 2011-08-17 by bernard-dewagtere

Dewagtere, Bernard

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Like many classic folk ballads, the authorship of “TheHouse of the Rising Sun” is unknown. Some musicologistsbelieve it is based on the tradition of broadsideballads such as the “Unfortunate Rake” of the 18thcentury which were taken to America by early settlers.Many of these had the theme of “if only” and after aperiod of evolution, they emerge as American songs like”Streets of Laredo”. The most successful commercialversion was recorded by the English rock group TheAnimals in 1964.
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About The House Of The Rising Sun:

“The House of the Rising Sun” is a traditional folk song that became very popular in popular culture because so many artists including a band, The Animals , did their versions of this song. Originally, it started as a blues song in New Orleans. But other research shows that it might have come from Europe before that.

Overview Of This Digital Piano Sheet Music:

House Of The Rising Sun Sheet Music For Piano, Percussion
  • “The House of the Rising Sun”
  • Traditional folk song
    • Hand positions and brief tutorial page
  • Fingerings: on all the notes
  • Instrumentation: For piano solo
  • Complete audio sample: Always free to listen to on our website. No vocal recording included
  • Arranger and music editor: Mizue Murakami
  • Publisher: Galaxy Music Notes
  • Product code: GMNS00462

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