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An Australian Sea Ballad
Author: Sheldon, Robert

The Australian folk song "Catalpa," was inspired by an the escape of Irish prisoners from a jail in Freemantle, Western Australia in 1876. It is said that the song became so popular in area pubs that it was banned and jail was threatened to anyone caught singing it. This beautiful setting allows for the utmost blend and sonority of the full band and provides a wonderful contrasting moment in any concert program.

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