Bri­ana’s trib­ute to Anzac tra­di­tion

Joondalup Weekender - - Anzac Day 2018 - Tyler Brown

BRI­ANA Sor­gio­vanni has been at­tend­ing Anzac Day ser­vices since she was six months old.

This year, the 22-year-old is mark­ing the oc­ca­sion with a trib­ute song ti­tled Lest We For­get that she wrote when she was 19.

“As I grew up and formed a greater un­der­stand­ing, I re­alised oth­ers my age don’t ap­pear to un­der­stand the true mean­ing of Anzac Day,” she said.

“So I wrote a song in hope that the tra­di­tion lives on.”

The Sor­rento res­i­dent said the song fol­lowed “a man who is both a hus­band and a fa­ther through the hard­ships of his war jour­ney”.

“It was writ­ten as both a form of ap­pre­ci­a­tion and in hope to gen­er­ate more aware­ness among the younger gen­er­a­tions about the he­roes of our coun­try,” she said.

“The song will be aired on a few ra­dio shows in the com­ing weeks as well as on my for­mer school Sa­cred Heart Col­lege’s news fo­rums.”­mu­ni­ ANZAC DAY

Pic­ture: Matthew Bos­man

LIS­TEN TO THE SONG ON­LINE Bri­ana Sor­gio­vanni has re­leased an An­zac trib­ute song ti­tled Lest We For­get.

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