Help to identify a (copyrighted) edition of Scarborough Fair

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choralia
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Help to identify a (copyrighted) edition of Scarborough Fair

Post by choralia » 11 Aug 2017 17:12

One of my "virtual pupils" provided me with a (probably illegal) scan of a SSAA, a cappella arrangement of "Scarborough Fair":
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(first page only to prevent copyright issues)

I tried to locate the name of the publisher or of the arranger in order to lawfully obtain a copy, without success. Can anyone help to identify it?

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Re: Help to identify a (copyrighted) edition of Scarborough Fair

Post by vaarky » 09 Sep 2017 19:15

Does using the search and preview option at SheetMusicPlus help locate the edition?

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Re: Help to identify a (copyrighted) edition of Scarborough Fair

Post by choralia » 09 Sep 2017 20:38

I searched and used the preview function on SheetMusicPlus and other websites, without success. I guess it is probably a "homemade" edition, never published.

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Re: Help to identify a (copyrighted) edition of Scarborough Fair

Post by vaarky » 09 Sep 2017 20:46

Too bad TinEye.com doesn't work for this sort of thing...

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