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Old 02-02-2017, 02:32 AM
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Default If I Were A Rich Man Duet

"If I Were A Rich Man" was written 1964 by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Hamick for the Broadway musical "Fiddler On The Roof".

In measure 10, the "//" (commonly called railroad tracks) indicates a complete pause in sound after playing the note on the first beat. Then, the fermatas (holds) in measures 10 and 18 direct you to hold each note for longer than you would in tempo. In the "rall. to Fine" in measure 42, the rall. is short for rallentando, which means to slow down gradually to the end.

If you would like to see the lyrics or the chords, you can use Composer commands to display them: for lyrics use qsl; for chords use qscn.

Ralph R. Rayner
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