World War One Music

In keeping with the ANZAC theme here is some of the music my grandmother, Elsie Linda Boyd (nee McKnight) had.  She played the piano and the organ beautifully.  When she was young she would play the music for the silent movies at the picture theatre.  Wherever she lived she played the organ at the church, this included when the family lived in Japan, Maldon, a Nissan hut in South Croydon and in houses in the North Bayswater area.

Rose of No Man's Land
Rose of No Man’s Land

Knitting song
Knitting song
Australia's Welcome Home
Australia’s Welcome Home
England Calls For Men
England Calls For Men
Laddie in Khaki
Laddie in Khaki
Our boys at the Dardenelles
Our boys at the Dardenelles
She Who Gives Her Son
She Who Gives Her Son
We'll never let the old flag fall
We’ll never let the old flag fall
It's a Long Way to Tipperary
It’s a Long Way to Tipperary
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