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A sprengisandi / Lead My Horse (SATB)

Chor SATB a cappella

Music: Sigvaldi Stefánsson Kaldalóns (1881-1946)
Michael Aschauer (Arr.)
Lyrics: Grimur Thomsen (1820-1896), Lilly C. Olsen
Order no.: HCCS8363
€ 2.90 (incl. VAT, excl. postage & packaging)
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Quantity discounts:
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from 40 copies -20% = € 2.32
from 50 copies -25% = € 2.18

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This song takes one to a remote, inhospitable region of the Icelandic Highlands that was believed to be the home of legendary creatures and dangerous outcasts from time immemorial. It was fear of such denizens that impelled one group of travellers to put this trail – the so-called “Sprengisandur” – behind them as rapidly as possible. The steady spurring of the horses is effectively expressed in Michael Aschauer’s rousing arrangement of this “highlight” by Sigvaldi Kaldalóns, especially through the rhythmically accentuated bass part.
This edition includes new English lyrics to this most popular of Icelandic folk songs that skillfully and freely capture the special ambiance.

Sheet music downloads (e-prints)

By making it possible to download sheet music in the form of e-prints, Helbling for the first time offers you the economical option of purchasing individual titles from its choral books and choral series in quantities to match the number of singers in the choir (minimum order quantity 20 copies) as well as separate instrumental parts. The user rights that you acquire when purchasing music as downloads (printable pdf files) are stated on the sheets.

Á sprengisandi / Lead My Horse (e-print) (SATB) € 2.60
Quantity discounts: from 30 copies -15% = € 2.21
from 40 copies -20% = € 2.08
from 50 copies -25% = € 1.95

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