The Warwickshire Lad is a traditional song with words written by David Garrickand music by Charles Dibdin for the Shakespeare Jubilee Festival in 1769. The music was adapted as the Regimental March of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. The words of the song read as follows:

Ye Warwickshire lads, and ye lasses,
See what at our Jubilee passes,
Come revel away, rejoice and be glad,
For the lad of all lads, was a Warwickshire lad,
Warwickshire lad,
All be glad,
For the lad of all lads, was a Warwickshire lad.

Be proud of the charms of your county,
Where Nature has lavish'd her bounty,
Where much she has giv'n, and some to be spar'd,
For the bard of all bards, was a Warwickshire bard,
Warwickshire bard,
Never pair'd,
For the bard of all bards, was a Warwickshire bard.

 

This arrangement for euphonium was written for Micah Dominic Parsons

Euphonium Solo - The Warwickshire Lad

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