Home Among The Gumtrees
Brass Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

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Brass Ensemble - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.751021

Composed by John Williamson. Arranged by Brendan Elliget MAGA 537. Contemporary. Score and parts. 39 pages. BJE Music #6283245. Published by BJE Music (A0.751021).

Give Me a Home Among the Gumtrees (or Home Among the Gumtrees) is a popular Australian song written in 1974 by Wally Johnson and Bob Brown (aka Captain Rock).

The song was later recorded by popular Australian country music singer-songwriter John Williamson, thus increasing its popularity with many mistakenly believe Williamson to be the original composer.

This bright arrangement is for a Brass Band or Ensemble

Percussion parts include Drum Set and Xylophone. There are parts for both Horns in Eb and F, Trombones 1-2 TC and BC, Euphonium TC or BC, Basses in Eb, Bb, and C…

Grade = 3 Duration = 2:30 mins

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