Tommies’ Tunes 1914-18

Henry E Pether arr. David Grace
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An arrangement for small brass band/ensemble of a collection of First World War songs originally made for community singing. The songs are: A. Here we are again. B. Pack up your troubles. C. Now we are all here. D. I’ll make a man of you. E. The army of today’s all right. F. Long, long trail. G. When we’ve wound up the watch on the Rhine. H Never mind. I Good-bye-ee. J Sister Susie’s sewing shirts. K. Till the boys come home. L Oh it’s a lovely war. M. Where are the lads of the village tonight? N. Belgium put the kibosh on the Kaiser. O Soldiers of the King. This version corrects some earlier transcription errors.

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Henry E Pether arr. David Grace
Year of composition
Year of arrangement
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
14 minutes
Brass band

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