Lincoln Brady, Misirlou
for guitar ensemble with three guitars, bass guitar and clap.
"Misirlou" is a folk song from the Eastern Mediterranean region, with origins in the Ottoman Empire. The original author of the song is not known, but Arabic, Greek and Jewish musicians were playing it by the 1920s.
It gained worldwide popularity through Dick Dale's 1962 American surf rock version, originally titled "Miserlou". Dale's version later gained renewed popularity when director Quentin Tarantino used it in his 1994 film Pulp Fiction.
- Product: PDF or Print on Demand
- Pages: 20 pages full score + 5x4 pages parts
- Level: Level 3
Order number: BE-200609
- ISMN 979-0-706815-70-1
Listen to the Misirlou arrangement in this computer-generated mock-up: