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Faerie’s Aire and Death Waltz

January 25th, 2008 Posted in classical music

Part 1, click for big:


Part 2 (probably):


Composed and copyrighted by John Stump, who is a huge enigma, according to google. Apparently you can buy the scores here, and Stump was alive but recovering from serious illness a few years back.

5 Responses to “Faerie’s Aire and Death Waltz”

  1. Greg Says:

    I just wrote a piece about John, who was my uncle and who died 4 years ago. You may find it at

    Hopefully this clears up some of the enigma!

  2. Artem Says:

    It was Ringo Starr that said “I’ve got blisters on my fingers”, not John Lennon.

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  5. John Fuckoffyoubastard Says:

    Was the guy who wrote this song mentally retarded? It looks like he was drawing random shapes on a piece of sheet music and decided to turn it into a song. I mean seriously, what does he use 1/64 notes!?! Don’t call me a hater because this is my favorite piano song of all time. Even through is almost impossible to play.

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