ElevenTwelve
FANTASY ON SCARBOROUGH FAIR
By: ElevenTwelve
Catalog ID: 422679   Duration: 4:23   Tempo: Medium   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dramatic Music | Sad, somber, sorrowful, longing, lost, defeated music
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A rock/orchestral arrangement of the classic theme "Scarborough Fair", written for flute, guitar, piano, drum set & string orchestra. Achieved fame in 1960s by Simon & Garfunkel & featured in "The Graduate." Elegant, nostalgic music that originated in Scotland and England centuries ago.   Keywords: Melancholy Aching Craving Nostalgic Hopeful Wistful Heartwarming Kind Caring Loving Tender Delicate Love Song Compassionate Memories



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