Audio Recordings Armed services medley

Format Audio Recordings
Contributors U.S. Army Band
Location United States
Subjects Contemporary America (1945 to Present)
Military Music
Patriotic Music
Politics and Government
Songs and Music
War and Conflict
Armed services medley
Contributor Names
U.S. Army Band (performer)
Created / Published
U.S. Army Band.
Subject Headings
-  Military music
-  Patriotic music -- United States
-  War and Conflict
-  Songs and Music
-  Politics and Government
-  contemporary america (1945-present)
-  Semper paratus--Off we go into the wild blue yonder--Anchors aweigh--Marines hymn--The Army goes rolling along. (Content)
-  Taken from cd entitled: "The flag flies high." Presented by Col. L. Bryan Shelburne Jr., leader and commander.
-  Features the U.S. Army Chorus.
-  "The U.S. Air Force" Words & Music by Robert Crawford Copyright © 1939, 1942, 1951 by Carl Fischer, Inc. Copyrights renewed. All Rights assigned to Carl Fischer, LLC. International copyright secured. All rights reserved. Used with permission. (Copyright Notice)
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