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Lily the Pink arranged for School Wind Ensemble.
here are easy parts available for your beginners, e-mail me with any other part requirements.
Check out my other arrangements in the ’School Junior Band Series’, with titles such as the March from ’Judas Maccabaeus’ & ’Scipio’, you are assured of quality arrangements for your ensemble.
"Lily the Pink" is a popular single by Liverpudlian comedy group The Scaffold.
Based on the folk song "The Ballad Of Lydia Pinkham", "Lily the Pink" was a surprise hit, becoming the Christmas #1 in the UK singles chart for four weeks, in December 1968. Another version of the song was the unofficial regimental song of the Royal Tank Corps, at the end of World War II. It was also a minor hit in North America for The Irish Rovers from the Decca LP release "Tales To Warm Your Mind" in 1969.
For more of my flexible arrangements for young band, visit Phoenix Music Publishers web site:www.phoenix-music.uk.com
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
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