Nine Hundred Miles

By: Abby Kelley and Trisha Kocherlakota

Nine Hundred Miles Was Arranged By

Philip E. Silvey was the Arranger

The Time Signature Is

4 or common time



These Two Pieces Are Different Because

They are different because Happily Ever After is a very happy uplifting melody and Nine Hundred Miles is more of a sad droopy song.

The Parts

There are three parts, Soprano, Alto, and Bass

Interesting Fact

The song was also sung by Guthrie Woody.

Folk Music Facts

Folk music is suppose to tell a story within the song, it can be either uplifting or very depressing. Many folk songs are based off of death by natural causes, the supernatural, or tells the story of a murder victim.