Told from the point of view of a wild service tree growing in the plains of the Somme, this is a lyrical folk song for remembrance with a genuine difference. As witness to both Agincourt and Waterloo in times past, the tree’s song is both a pastoral lament for the human as well as the ecological cost of war, yet through nature’s capacity for regeneration it lends us all hope for the future. Included in ‘1918 – The Untold Stories of the Great War’.
Also available in SA and SATB a cappella arrangements.
[Price is for 6 copies, including all instrumental parts, and performance licence.]