"Heigh-Ho" is a song from Walt Disney's 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, written by Frank Churchill (music) and Larry Morey (lyrics).
It is sung by the group of seven dwarfs as they work at a mine with diamonds and rubies, and is one of the best-known songs in the film. It is also the first appearance of the seven dwarfs. The melodic theme for "Heigh-Ho" might have been inspired by Robert Schumann's composition for piano "The Happy Farmer, Returning From Work" from his 1848 work Album for the Young, Opus 68.
Jan Utbult are one of Scandinavia's most established authors of music tutor books. "Startklart", "Blåsbus", "Blåståget", "Blåsbanken", "Pianobus" and "Gitarrbus" are his most popular publications, used by students all over Scandinavia.
He is educated at the Academy of Music in Gothenburg with trombone and music theory as main subjects. For several years he worked as teacher at the Härnösand School og Music.
Since 1998, Jan Utbult has worked full time as author of music tutor books. Several of his most popular books are published in German and English language in addition to his native Swedish.
SOUND SAMPLE RECORDED BY NOTESERVICE WIND BAND, CONDUCTED BY REID GILJE
Full recording available on "Gill Bay - New Music for Flexible Instrumentation - Demo Tracks 2018-2019"
Download complete album or single track on iTunes or Amazon.
Can be streamed on TIDAL, Apple Music, Spotify, Beat, Deezer and Music Unlimited.
|Format||Score and parts|
|Theme/genre||Children, Disney, Film/TV/Musicals, Popular music|
|Instrumentation||Brass band, Flexible instrumentation|
|Series||Noteservice Flex 4 Series|
|Band catalogue||European Band Catalogue 2018|