Can't you see the music? Please, scroll down the page...
Click the buttons below to transpose your score, substitute instruments, play, change tempo and print your music. Need help or want to learn more? Watch the videos!
If your music doesn't appear above after a few seconds, install the Scorch plug-in from either the Scorch website or directly by downloading its installer here(IMPORTANT: If your computer tells you that this plug-in can "harm" your computer, please ignore that warning and click on "Keep" or "Proceed" to complete the installation. Nothing will harm your computer with the Scorch plug-in installation which is 100% safe). You can also Watch a Video about how to install it.
Be sure to download the Scorch installer first, then quit your browser before begin its installation, and then re-launch your browser to get back to this page. (to make it easy, your web browser must be closed during the Scorch installation)
the original of this begins on the E string, but this popular version, meant to be played all on the G-string, is warmer and more approachable.
I play this at lots of weddings, funerals, you name it, people even request it at dinners or parties. Just perfect!
Music in the Mountains
by anonymouson July 21st, 2010
How great to have this on line service! We needed something, we found it! Thank you!
Tears were shed at high-profile wedding
by Johann and Sebastianon December 28th, 2007
We performed this at a recent high-profile wedding, which received glowing remarks from the bride and groom. Several tears were shed as the violinist played the entire piece on the G string. We're not sure if they were tears of joy or tears of pain. unlike the midi file, the last note ended with musical finesse rather than an uncomfortably long and nasal fermata. Overall, we highly recommend purchasing this transcription on VirtualSheetMusic.com
by dalvamaracion August 29th, 2007
I am brasilian, I'm a beginner, but I think it is
I played this for a wedding as a soloist, and it worked quite well. Overall response was very good, and I don't think the absence of piano or other accompaniment hurt at all.
Over all very nice.
by Richard Hellingeron December 29th, 2006
Obviously a Midi player cannot account for a "musicians licence". Which is what this piece needs. Just some shortening of notes, vibrato, and phrasing. But over all I think that this is a nice transposition. One that I think Bach him self would approve of.