A Nacht in Gan Eden, (A Night in the Garden of Eden), for Violin Duet (arr. David McKeown) by Traditional Sheet Music for Violin Duet at Sheet Music Direct
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A Nacht in Gan Eden, (A Night in the Garden of Eden), for Violin Duet (arr. David McKeown) Digital Sheet Music
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A Nacht in Gan Eden, (A Night in the Garden of Eden), is a Jewish Folk tune, often performed by Klezmer musicians. This version is arranged as a duet for two Violins.

Little is known of the origin of this traditional tune. A Nacht in Gan Eden is in the Freylekh style, a happy piece played at medium to fast tempo for dancing.

A Nacht in Gan Eden is simply arranged in a key and range best suited to the instruments. The melody is in three sections; overall the tune is played twice with a final repeat of the first section and with constant variations in the accompaniment. A Nacht in Gan Eden is suitable for players at an intermediate level and above. With a performance time of around four minutes, this version of A Nacht in Gan Eden is perfect for weddings, celebrations and concert performances, both formal and informal. Click the link above to listen to a full Youtube performance of the Clarinet version of this duet.

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