By Joe Morley

It has been remarked that Joe Morley could write tuneful solos with great facility, but he had difficulty in thinking of titles.   It is known that he had an interest in horse-racing, so it is not surprising to find that he used the names of racehorses for suitable solos.   There is no proof, but this corruption of ‘Hell-for-Leather’ sounds suspiciously like the name of a galloper, and it is easy to imagine Morley playing it with his usual clean picking and at a fairly fast tempo.   It is not a difficult solo, so the average banjoist should be able to achieve the speed and get a lot of enjoyment from this piece. 

Hardcopies £3.00 plus postage. Download £2.00

UK post £1.50 (Royal Mail 2nd Class). International £3.00. In order to make our sheet music affordable to all our postage costs apply to any number of solos from our range.


Weight 0.04 kg
Dimensions 210 × 297 × 1 cm

Hard copy, Pdf download

Product Details

Purchasers of this document/file are entitled to use it for their own personal enjoyment and musical fulfilment. However, any duplication, adaptation, arranging and/or transmission of this copyrighted music requires the written consent of Clifford Essex Music Co Ltd. Unauthorised uses are infringements of copyright laws and may subject the user to civil and/or criminal penalties.

It is the responsibility of the consumer to download the product to their computers or devices within a two-day period and to report any technical problems as soon as possible after purchase.


Be the first to review “Elfaletha”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Your Basket
    Your basket is emptyReturn to Shop