“Did you ever see a lassie?” is a nursery rhyme which, although first collected in the United States, seems to have Scottish origins, as the words “lassie” and “laddie” mean “girl” and “boy” in Scottish. It is only in the mid-twentieth century that it began to be sung in Great Britain.
On this page you can find an Orff arrangement, as well as a Printable PDF file with sheet music for free download.
Table of Contents
- Arrangement Details
- Did You Ever See A Lassie – Orff Arrangement Free Sheet Music PDF
- Orff Arrangement Sound file
The Orff arrangement of the song includes:
- Alto Recorder
- Alto Metallophone
- Soprano Xylophone
- Alto Xylophone
- Bass Xylophone
- Two woodblocks
An alto recorder accompanies the voice, and remember that you can replace (or double) it with a soprano one, by read the line one octave lower. As for the rest of the instruments, we would say that this is a very easy arrangement that you will not hesitate to recommend to your beginner class without a second though (!).
Did You Ever See A Lassie – Orff Arrangement Free Sheet Music PDF
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of the percussion sheet music in PDF
Orff Arrangement Sound file
To listen to the percussion arrangement offered above, click on the following player.
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