We Be Soldiers Three

The song first appeared in Thomas Ravenscroft’s Deuteromelia 1609. The tavern scene is by the 17th century Dutch painter Adriaen van Ostade.

About SongShepherd

Singer, musician & cyclist.
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2 Responses to We Be Soldiers Three

  1. Bill Brun says:

    Three part harmony a cappella. You never cease to amaze and entertain. The song is a delight. Thanks for brightening our day.
    Mary & Bill.

  2. SongShepherd says:

    Thank you very much for writing! It’s a great pleasure to sing for you both!

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