? asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicR&B & Soul · 10 years ago

rasputin violin music?

i need some free printable violin sheet music. not musicnotes, i need something free that works. for the song "rasputin"

THANK YOU! i appreciate it

3 Answers

  • 10 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    1) Can you be more specific about the song? Is this a number from the animated movie Anastasia? Or the 1978 disco song by Boney M ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rasputin_%28song%29 )?

    2) Either way, I'm afraid you're out of luck unless you want to break the law, as neither of those works are old enough to be public domain or are released under a creative commons license or similar agreement.

    3) Even if you were willing to pony up a few dollars, I can't find a song called "Rasputin" either to download or buy through the mail.

    Good luck! Maybe if you post more information you can get better help.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    I've played for one wedding and been at others where they've played "Hole in the Wall" by Purcell. It is beautiful and has a few sections with repeats so you can adjust it easily to how long it needs to be :) Also, you could try Ave Verum Corpus by Mozart. You'll find a lot of arrangements of sacred pieces are really nice, for example, as music before the bride arrived, we played "What wondrous love is this". Jessica's Theme from the Man from Snowy River is quite popular, and at one wedding I was in (as a bridesmaid!), the music was "River Flows in You" by Yiruma - absolutely gorgeous :) I hope it works out for you!

  • 10 years ago

    download Vuse.

    These are from my bookmarks, which I've been accumulating for a while on this subject.

    Try this site: http://freesheetmusic.net/Violin1.html

    This one: http://www.publicdomainsherpa.com/free-sheet-music...

    And best of all this one: http://imslp.org/wiki/Main_Page

    I didn't check for your song, but between those it might lead you in the right direction!

    Source(s): www.antoinette.ws
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