Download 'Can You Hear Australia's Heroes Marching?'
The song has been used for commemorative purposes across Australia by schools, churches, choirs, bands, councils, retirement homes, military services, RSL branches and ANZAC tributes at NRL & AFL matches.
Many schools throughout Australia use this song for commemorative purposes.
Radio stations throughout Australia have broadcast the song leading up to ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day.
The song is also requested to be played at funerals (for veterans).
Over the last 14 years, the song has become very popular, especially for commemmorative purposes in schools throughout Australia. With the ANZAC Centenary 2014 - 2018 and the Centenary this year of the landing at Gallipoli the song will be requested more.
Many people in the general community also want the song for many reasons, for example, to be used in a funeral for a family member who is a veteran.
Full Arrangement $8
Choir Sheet Music $2
Bass Guitar Sheet Music $2
Standard Sheet Music $2
Electric Guitar Sheet Music $2
Piano Sheet Music $2
Drum Kit Sheet Music $2
Trumpet Sheet Music $2
Solo Voice Sheet Music $2
Song MP3 - New Mastered Version (October 2012) For Improved Sound $2
Backing Track Mp3 $2
Song suitable for ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day.
VERY IMPORTANT - You will receive an email for your download link when you are finished with your payment on Paypal.
The ANZAC Centenary 2014 - 2018, highlighted by the centenary of the landing at Gallipoli on April 25, 2015, is a very special time for Australia.
You can now download the Original Version (2001) of "Can You Hear Australia's Heroes Marching?" FOR FREE at the song's official website download page HERE.
The song has touched many people's hearts over the past 14 years and at this very special time in Australia, the author of the song has made the song available for free.
Peter Barnes initiated this song in March 2001. He is the author (and copyright owner) of the song and he created the concept, title and lyrics.
'Can you hear Australia's heroes marching?' Peter Barnes 2001 - 2014. All Rights Reserved.
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"Congratulations on your very professionally presented song, 'Can You Hear Australia's Heroes Marching?' It is most patriotic, stirring and respectfully thought provoking." - Major General Peter Phillips AO MC (Retd) National President of the RSL
"The CD was great. We put it over the P.A. system in the park on ANZAC Day and the whole town has been humming the tune ever since." - Collie Cardiff RSL - Western Australia
"I thought the music was a modern reflection on Australia's war dead... As a Vietnam veteran I would have to say that it is a wonderful tribute to all who have fallen." - Edmund 'Ted' Harrison
"I am taking a funeral tomorrow of a Vietnam Vet who died last week of cancer. The family would like to use your song... I am asking for permission to use it at the funeral." - E-mail from a Reverend
"We, the ACT TPI Association, have been asked by the Federation of the TPI Association to create the same CD using your song for a national campaign to Federal politicians. The Federation has asked me to ask your permission to use your song on the national campaign. They only intend sending the Cds to the Federal and other local State politicians. For your information, we have found the CD of great benefit in informing our local politicians of just what is a TPI. Could you please advise if your approval is given to the Federation using your song on the CD?" - TPI - Totally and Permanently Incapacitated Ex Servicemen and Women
"Last Sunday, the Brisbane Broncos played the Penrith Panthers at Suncorp Stadium in a round 7 NRL match. The match including the ceremony was shown live on Fox Sports. At 2.25pm there was a special Anzac tribute and your wonderful song was played as the special guests, match officials and both teams entered the stadium. They walked on in staggered starts escorted by Army service personnel to the music and it was absolutely wonderful. They all lined up in one line and the 'toss' was performed by an 85 yr old POW veteran. The Qld Premier with match referee and both team captains. The Qld President of the RSL read the Ode and a Navy bugler played the Last Post. It was a very moving few minutes and everyone loved it. You should be very proud of your song. Thanks again for permitting us to use the song. I have played it probably 30 times over the last month. It moves me every time, the words are reflective of our appreciation for these men & women." - Brian McGrath - Operations Manager - Brisbane Broncos Football Club
"I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the Subiaco Football Club to thank you again for your contribution to our ANZAC Day fixture on Saturday the 28th of April... We have received nothing but positive remarks regarding the day and no doubt this came from your involvement by providing the 'can you hear Australia's heroes marching?' DVD. We played the DVD at our President's Function prior to the match and the crowd of 60 people were all visibly moved." Rhys Anderton, Operations Coordinator, Subiaco Football Club
"Thanks for your note on your song which I played the other night and got a terrific reaction. Many of the listeners on the 28 stations to which we broadcast want to know if it can be purchased anywhere?" John Kerr (2UE)
"I'm a German student ... I beg for your permission to use your song 'Can you hear Australia's heroes marching?' for a project in my English lesson. This project is about Australia. One optional task was to find a song about Australia. And I looked on the internet and found your song 'Can you hear Australia's heroes marching?', which was very emotional to me." E-mail request
"Just a quick note to say thank you for the use of your song, and to let you know that our Anzac Day ceremony (held today) was an outstanding success. The overwhelming reaction that I got was due mostly to your beautiful remembrance song. I received so many favourable comments, and there was even some tears amongst those that attended. We had a couple of returned servicemen as our special guests and speakers, and they too were very moved by it. So thank you once again." Comment from a school
"Just to let you know, we did a powerpoint presentation which combined photos of the local Anzac March with our school group, our students who marched with cadets etc and photos of the armed forces in Afghanistan, East Timor, Vietnam, Korea and both World Wars. Your song was the backing track. It was very powerful." Comment from a school
"I was searching around for songs to play at my High School's Anzac Day service and yours has struck me as the best. I was wondering if I could use it, as I am composing the video for the service, as the background music. I would be very grateful." Comment from a school
"Could I please have the file of this most beautiful song, I would like to play it at the School Anzac Day celebrations." Comment from a school
"Our school is currently organising a Commemorative Service for ANZAC day and would love to teach the junior choir the song." Comment from a school
"Is it possible to receive the lyrics so the children can learn the words for our ANZAC day ceremony." Comment from a school "I am a Middle School Music teacher... I came upon your website whilst researching for appropriate songs to teach my school's choir for Anzac Day and I believe 'Can You Hear Australia's Heroes Marching?' would be a highly effective piece for our annual Anzac celebrations." Comment from a school
"I was wondering if it was possible to be sent the sheet music of piano and trumpet for the song as we would love to sing your song at our school's remembrance day service?" Comment from a school
"We would like permission to use the song for our school ANZAC Day Service powerpoint presentation. This will compliment our new ANZAC Memorial Garden..." Comment from a school
"Our Year 7s are organising the Anzac Day Service for our school this year and I have heard your song and believe it would be ideal to be played at the service." Comment from a school
Important: There are two very big centenary anniversaries coming up... The start of WW1 in 1914 and the landing at Gallipoli on April 25, 1915.
ANZAC Centenary 2014 - 2018
The link above takes you to the Australian War Heroes
website download page (official website of the song). You can also download the original version of the song (2001) for FREE. All the payments for the song are made through PayPal, a safe and secure online payment gateway.