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Scarborough Fair


This well-known English folk song was made popular during the mid-1960s by the singing duo, Simon and Garfunkel. 

The title "Scarborough Fair" refers to a large trading event (a fair) held in the seaside town of Scarborough (England) during the 13th century. 

Harry Swenson set this piece for a three-part (CCB) all-boys choral group of early adolescents.  Access the Three-part Variable Voicing Chart to determine the different voicings that may fit your singers.


Words and Music:  English folk song.

Arranger: Harry Swenson

Vocing: Three-part Variable Voicing with Piano or Harpsichord

Cambiata Press catalog #U97691


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