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Postby Bernhard Heimann » Mon Aug 27, 2018 2:29 pm
- that's a really nice final encore (not only!) piece. You did the song justice, even if I didn't fall asleep -
quite the opposite: I listened very, very carefully several times.
And thank you for providing the score, too.
Very touching rendition!
This melody is well-spread in east Asia. Though it has been heard and sung by generations of Chinese, maybe most of us don't know that it actually origins from Korea.
The rearrangement of the song really add in some fresh elements into it. Where can I find the score?
Thank you Bert!
Thanks for the comment. Someone asked for the score here on the forum. I didn't know the song (I'm in the wrong part of the world), but the melody seemed well suited for an arrangement. The score is available at my site
BTW,on Youtube the version I really liked was from the Shanghai Restoration Project.