"Suo Gân" is a traditional Welsh Lullaby. In fact "Suo Gân" translates literally as "lull song". The song is at least 200 years old, and the lyrics were recorded by a Welsh folklorist called Robert Bryan. The song has been performed and recorded by many Welsh singers, and by numerous artists world-wide. It's most famous use was in Steven Spielberg's movie "Empire of the Sun" where it was used on the soundtrack by John Williams, and sung on screen by the young Christian Bale. On mfiles we present three instrumental versions. This one is nominally for flute and piano, although it can be played by other instruments. The other arrangements are for Easy Piano and a more difficult one for Piano Solo.
For this flute and piano version, sheet music and audio downloads are available using the left-hand menu, including the Flute part, on the assumption that the piano player will use the score. Scroll down this page for other options. More Folk Tunes from various countries can be found in our article Folk Music and Songs.
Here is a video of Suo Gan for Flute and Piano:
The image below is the first page of the sheet music, and here you can download the full sheet music for Suo Gan for Flute and Piano in PDF format.