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"In South Australia, I was born Heave away, haul away South Australia round Cape Horn We’re bound for South Australia

Heave away, you rolling king Heave away, haul away Heave away, oh hear me sing We’re bound for South Australia"

"Bound for South Australia" or "South Australia" is a sea shanty used by the wool traders who worked the clipper ships between Australian ports and London.

This traditional tune is well known as a farewell song, sung at the docks as the big ships were leaving.

The song has two distinct parts: The "Shanty" and "Halyard". This is a short arrangement for Concert Band. I also used this tune in my "Australian Folksong Medley No. 2" for concert band.

If you use this arrangement, let me know how it goes. The MP3 was recorded with NotePerformer…


Composer
trad.
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Other
Licensing

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