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Eleanor Rigby – The Beatles

Difficulty: Medium

Can be played on piccolo

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One of my favorite Beatles tracks, this is a lovely tune to play on flute or piccolo. It's relatively easy, except for the start which is mostly in the upper octave. Plain sailing after that!

 

^E   ^F# ^G  ^A   ^G  ^F#-^E   B-G
Ah,  look  at   all    the   lonely  people...

(AB F# BAB G BAB)

^E  ^F# ^G ^A  ^G ^F#-^E  B-G
Ah, look at   all  the lonely   people...

(AB F# BAB G BAB)

 

A-A-B      G-E       G       A    B    ^D
Eleanor Rigby, picks up the rice

^C  B     ^C            B        A  B - A         G     A
In  the church where a wedding has been

G         A B ^C-B        A       A   B      G - E
Lives in a dream, waits at the window

G  -  A        B     ^D   ^C      B     ^C      B  A B   A    G    A
Wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the door

G       A B ^C-B
Who is it  for?

 

A     G     A-B       G-E           B     ^D     B       A     G         E
All the lonely people, where do they all come from?

A    G      A-B      G-E           B       ^E     B      A   B - G
All the lonely people, where do they all belong?

 

^E   ^F# ^G  ^A   ^G  ^F#-^E   B-G
Ah,  look  at   all    the   lonely  people...

(AB F# BAB G BAB)

^E  ^F# ^G ^A  ^G ^F#-^E  B-G
Ah, look at   all  the lonely   people...

(AB F# BAB G BAB)

 

 

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