T:Song for Grandfather
    C:Arranged for NAF by Robert Gatliff
    Fc cc c2 Bc | c2 Bc c4 | Fc cc c2 Bc | ecBc c4 |
    f2 ec{/e} c2{/e} c2 | f2 e{/f}c c4 | f2 e{/f}c c2 Bc | B2 A2 F4 |{/A} F4{/A} F4 |{/A} F4 z4 ::
    cfff f2 ef | f2 ef f4 | cfff f2 ef | afef f4 | f2 e{fe}c{/e} c2{/e} c2 |
    f2 e{fe}c{/e} c4 | f2 e{fe}c{/e} c2 BA | B2 !slide! c2 F4 | {/cA} F4{/cA} F4 |{/cA} F4 z4 :|

Arrangement Note: This percussive melody has been covered by a number of recording artists who personalized it via their choices in rhythmic articulation. This arrangement showcases a variety of ways to separate consecutive notes of the same pitch without tonguing by adding short-quick grace notes between notes. Pairs of grace notes can act as a half trills to decorate the melody or act as a break between long notes. Of course, all of which are optional. A suggested approach to stretching this melody out in an interesting and exciting fashion is to play it three times, starting with a minimum of grace notes, simply tonguing the melody on the first pass, and then elaborating with different embellishments on sucessive passes while preserving the melody and rhythmic groove.