Midsummer Days

Sheet Music composed by Gary Johnston

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Midsummer Days, composed by Gary Johnston, is a light and airy lyrical solo for early intermediates and up. This piece offers a great opportunity to work on syncopated rhythms and lyrical phrasing.

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About the composer

Gary Johnston

Gary Johnston

A native of St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, Gary is a prolific composer and arranger of works for piano, choir and large and small instrumental ensembles. His music has been performed around the globe and has been featured in the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers’ Associations’ “Canada Music Week.” He and his wife, bassist Denise Lear, have been performing together since 1995 and have released a CD of Gary’s music entitled “In A Heartbeat.”

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Mary
Mary
Reviewed on July 2, 2021
Listen to “Midsummer Days” and a movie will roll through your imagination of those endless summer days when the sun shines and time is infinite - a nostalgic slo-mo of children and dogs running through flowered meadows, people bicycling along a tree-lined country lane, laughing friends splashing happily in swimming spots - all your best summer memories. Technically, it’s intermediate level with Latin touches of syncopation and and a breezy rhythm that invites you to almost hear a hand drum accompaniment. The developing melodies invite you to sing along. This would be a lovely summer project.