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The Wellerman - Brass Quintet

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By Nathan Evans

Brass Quintet - Early Intermediate - Digital Download
By Nathan Evans. Arranged by Reese Blaskowski. Score, Set of Parts. 21 pages. Published by Reese Blaskowski (H0.974749-SC004964039).

Item Number: H0.974749-SC004964039

The Wellerman, originally by the Longest Johns, popularized by Nathan Evans on TikTok, arranged for brass quintet.

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  • 5

    New Plymouth, New Zealand
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  • March 05, 2021 The Wellerman

    A great number for my young brass pupils. I naturally wanted to find out the meaning of the word "Wellerman", and as a New Zealander, I was astonished to learn that this was originally a New Zealand sea shanty from the 19th century, so full marks to Nathan Evans for...

    bringing it to the world. However, the honour of being credited as the composer presumably belongs to that very well-known prolific musical genius Anon. Surely the published version could acknowledge the origins of this piece more fully?

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