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Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier

By traditional Irish melody

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Choir, SSA, piano accompaniment and optional cello part included - Intermediate
Composed by traditional Irish melody. Arranged by Brian D. Petersen. Romantic Period, Repertoire. Octavo. 8 pages. Published by Brian D. Petersen (S0.144635).

Item Number: S0.144635

The poignantly sad tune of "Johnny has gone for a soldier" is here offered as an arrangement for women's voices (SSA.) It features an optional cello obbligato and piano accompaniment.  This song is appropriate for concert or contest. Good women's choirs and ensembles will enjoy performing this expressive and beautiful setting. It also features a clip of a companion song, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" at the end. The optional cello part is printed above the choral parts.

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