A song to commemorate the Anzacs. In 1914 the largest gathering of ships even seen in Australian waters occurred at Albany in Western Australia. The men who sailed from there were bound for Gallipoli and an unknown fate.
Commissioned by the Western Australian Primary Schools' Massed Choir Festival, 2014.
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full score and parts Arranged to accompany the voices. For string quartet (vln1, vln2, vla, cello) snare drum, bass drum, trumpet (or bugle in Bb). Includes piano/vocal score. $30.00
Age: 8 to adult Subject: World War I Anzac Day Genre: folk Performer: unison or 2-part choir opt. solo Musical Range: C#4 to D5