Performed by White Stripes
“Seven Nation Army” is a song by the band White Stripes, which has become legendary thanks to its simplicity and also due to becoming a European football anthem, as audiences chant a series of “oh” sounds (or the name of an athlete) to the tune of the song’s riff.
As it’s typical for White Stripes, the instruments used are only drums and a guitar that accompany the vocals. The song’s characteristic riff resembles the sound of a bass guitar, but is actually played with a semi-acoustic guitar connected to a pedal that lowers the pitch by an octave.
On this page you can find Percussion ensemble sheet music and a Printable PDF file for free download.
The following arrangement is for a percussion ensemble for advanced students (e.g. high school) and includes the following instruments:
- Marimba (2players)
- Wood Block
- Drum Set
The marimbas and the vibraphone are the instruments that play the melody, with the glockenspiel also completing melodically and the other instruments completing rhythmically in rock style.
Seven Nation Army (White Stripes) – Percussion Ensemble Free Sheet Music PDF
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Percussion Arrangement Sound file
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Seven Nation Army – Original Video
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