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Below is the bagpipe sheet music for When the Battles Over. See the tall grass is there awaiting, As their banners of long ago. Sleep in peace my soldier laddie, Sleep in peace, now the battle’s over. March no more my soldier laddie, There is peace where there once was war. Sleep in peace my soldier laddie, Sleep in peace, now the battle’s over. And the wind softly tells the story, Of the brave lads of long ago. When you become a member you will have access to over 20 hours of video lessons and tunes and more are being added every month to allow the lesson … when the battle is over "When the Battle is Over” is a suitable title for a retreat march as these were played for soldiers when returning to their barracks or camp at the end of the day. He is considered Ireland’s National Bard and is to Ireland what Robert Burns is to Scotland.

The lyrics by Andy Stewart were written in 1961. And the gray mist is sadly weeping, For those brave lads of long ago.

This march bears a strong resemblance to the melody \"The Last Rose of Summer\" of Thomas Moore (1779 – 1852) an Irish poet, singer, songwriter, and entertainer, now also remembered for the lyrics of The Minstrel Boy. Sleep in peace my soldier laddie, Sleep in peace, now the battle’s over. March no more my soldier laddie, There is peace where there once was war. WHEN THE BATTLE IS OVERWhen the Battle is Over is a suitable title for a retreat march as these were played for soldiers when returning to their barracks or camp at the end of the day.It is a late 19th century composition by Pipe Major William Robb, of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, the tune entered piping repertoire between the Boer and First World Wars. It is a late 19th century composition by Pipe Major William Robb, of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, the tune entered piping repertoire between the Boer and First World Wars. If you would like the accompanying audio and video please join the Highland Bagpipe Academy. Bagpipes When The Battles Over played by Simon Fraser University Pipe Band

March no more my soldier laddie, There is peace where there once was war. March no more my soldier laddie, There is peace where there once was war. Some return from the fields of glory, To their loved ones who held them dear. Sleep in peace my soldier laddie, Sleep in peace, now the battle’s over. Lyrics:When the Battle’s Over I returned to the fields of glory, Where the green grasses and flowers grow. In the great glen they lay a sleeping, Where the cool waters gently flow. retreat march as these were played for soldiers when returning to their barracks or camp at the end of the day But some fell in that hour of glory, And were left to their resting here. With their heads high forward threading, Stepping lightly to meet the foe. Learning to play the bagpipes has never been easier with these carefully designed bagpipe lessons.

When the Battle is Over (VE75 - 2020 Bagpipe Cover) - YouTube

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