Sea Shanties for Cello Compilation


A collection of sea shanties for cello with piano accompaniment. Easy to Intermediate Level

1.   What shall we do with a drunken sailor?


"What Shall We do with a Drunken Sailor" is a sea shanty, sung to accompany certain work tasks aboard sailing ships. It is believed to originate in the early 19th century or before, during a period when ships' crews, especially those of military vessels, were sufficiently large to permit hauling a rope whilst simply marching along the deck. There are many variants of verses, each successive verse suggests a method of sobering or punishing the drunken sailor.

Trad.




What shall we do with a drunken sailor?


2.   Soon May the Wellerman Come (New Zealand Trad.)




Soon May the Wellerman Come (New Zealand Trad.)


3.   Il etait un petit navire (French Traditional)




Il etait un petit navire (French Traditional)


4.   Shenandoah




Shenandoah


5.   Sloop John B (The John B. Sails)


"Sloop John B" is a 1966 single by the Beach Boys and the seventh track on their album Pet Sounds. It was originally a traditional West Indies folk song, "The John B. Sails", taken from Carl Sandburg's 1927 collection of folk songs, The American Songbag.

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Sloop John B (The John B. Sails)


6.   Balakirev  -  The Song of the Volga Boatmen




The Song of the Volga Boatmen


7.   William Boyce  -  Heart of Oak




Heart of Oak


8.   A-Roving (English sea shanty)




A-Roving (English sea shanty)


9.   Blow the Man Down




Blow the Man Down


10.   Spanish Ladies




Spanish Ladies


11.   Leaving of Liverpool




Leaving of Liverpool


12.   Haul Away, Joe




Haul Away, Joe


13.   All for My Grog




All for My Grog











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