Tramp, Tramp, Tramp - Edwin Franko Goldman Ed. P.Stuckemeyer - Euphonium and Piano

Reference:  SMPM347
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Tramp, Tramp, Tramp is a fantasia on the Civil War-era tune by the same name, originally writen in 1864. The folk tune, also known as "Prisoner's Hope", was one of the most popular songs of the American Civil War. The song, written from the prisoner's point of view, tells his fellow prisoners that hope is coming. This timeless tune has been used across the musical gamut, including the children's song "Jesus Loves the Little Children" and the Mormon hymn, "In Our Loveley Deseret".

It's set as a traditional theme and variation solo.

 Salvation Army musicians will know the theme as that used for the solo We'll All Shout Hallelujah (Audoire)

Difficulty: 3/6 (intermediate players up)

Solo Parts Included: Bb Soloist (euphonium TC) and euphonium BC

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