An absolutely beautiful waltz I transcribed from a fan page for the late Johnny Cunningham.
Just in case it’s not perfectly clear, Johnny Cunningham composed this tune, - strictly speaking, as an air, not a waltz, but I appreciate that that’s the only way to post it here. He recorded it with “Relativity” on a CD called “The White Horse[s] Sessions”, if I remember correctly. Thanks for posting this , Joseph – a lovely piece of music.
Johnny Cunningham – gone but not forgotten, his music lives on.
It’s on "The White Horse Sessions", but the band is Nightnoise, not Relativity.
It is, indeed, a lovely tune.
I stand corrected. Absolutely right- thanks sara g
its such a beautiful tune! i was in a session when andy thorburn played it on his keyboard at 3am!
I don’t see the entire sheet music
If the person who posted it could send me the tune per email, I’d appreciate it. Thank you
sea.reine (at) orange.fr
If you cut and paste the ABC (from the ABC tab at the top of the page) into the Concertina net’s tun-o-tron at http://www.concertina.net/tunes_convert.html
The submit, you can get a good quality printout of the dots (click on the PDF) and hear a tinny midi-version.
Thank you Chris
I didn’t know this existed, and I know a guitar friend who’ll be happy!
Night In That Land (waltz)
Note that tune-o-tron will handle only one tune at a time, so don’t expect it print out your tune list in one go! However, perhaps you could get around this restriction by stringing together a number of ABCs to make "one" tune - remembering to put in the various field changes for key, time etc where required.
is not any different, it’s just it fits the sheetmusic onto one page when you print it…