arr. Brad Printz - Heritage Music Press
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This extraordinary arrangement highlights the striking difference between traditional Korean music and Western musical style, presenting the song in both ways. The text speaks of Ahrirang Hill outside of Seoul, Korea, believed to be a symbol of personal contentment and triumph. This superb setting offers a marvelous cross-cultural slant on the favorite folksong while the canonic nature of the melody presents an excellent opportunity to develop independent part-singing!
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