Fare Ye Well My Darlin’

for SATB choir a cappella

Premiered in June 2018 by San Francisco Choral Artists, “Fare Ye Well My Darlin'” is an arrangement of an American folksong, perhaps dating from the Civil War, collected in South Carolina. A soldier bids farewell to his beloved, informing her that he has enlisted to fight in the war.

SKU: SWM-019 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Voicing:SATB
Language:English
Duration:1-5 Minutes
Instrumentation:A Cappella
Difficulty:Intermediate
Descriptive Tags:American, Ballad, Civil War, Farewell, Folksong, Grief, Love, Parting, War
Sacred or Secular:Secular

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