Unfortunately only one "song" from the trilogy has been released as sheet music. That "song" is Anne's Theme. The theme is played throughout the first movie and is heard in the second move (The Sequel). It is also the first track on the Anne soundtrack. Maybe some day more sheet music will be released.

All of the music in the first two movies was composed and conducted by Hagood Hardy. You can see Hagood Hardy playing the organ at Diana's wedding. Hagood Hardy passed away in the 1990's.

I've only had a few piano lessons and was able to learn this. It took me a little while, but I was determined to learn how to play it!

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The music played at the Christmas Ball in Anne of Green Gables has been identified as Wine, Women, and Song by Johann Strauss.

Another piece of music that has been identified is Oh Promise Me. The words are by Clement Scott and the music is by Reginald D. Koven.

You can download the sheet music here. It should not cost you anything.

The words are:

Oh promise me that someday you and I,

Will take our love together to some sky.

Where we can be alone and faith renew,

And find the hollows where those flowers grew.

Those first sweet violets of early spring,

Which come in whispers thrill us both and sing

Of love unspeakable that is to be,

Oh promise me, oh promise me.

Oh promise me that you will take my hand,

The most unworthy in this lonely land.

And let me sit beside you in your eyes,

Seeing the vision of our paradise.

Hearing God's message while the voices roll,

They're mighty music to our very souls.

No love less perfect than a life with thee,

Oh promise me, oh promise me.


Let Me Call You Sweetheart

Let me call you Sweetheart

I'm in love with you

Let me hear you whisper that you love me too

Keep the lovelight glowing in your eyes so true

Let me call you Sweetheart

I'm in love with you

You can find dulcimer sheet music and listen to the song here. You can hear the song and find more stanzas here. You can find guitar cords here.

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