Audio Recording The U.S. Field Artillery march
The U.S. Field Artillery march
About this Item
- The U.S. Field Artillery march
- Sousa, John Philip -- 1854-1932 (arranger)
- New York Military Band (performer)
Created / Published
- Edison, Orange, N.J, 1921, monographic.
- - United States. -- Army. -- Field Artillery -- Songs and music
- - Marches (Band)
- - Band music
- - National music
- - Popular instrumental music -- 1921-1930
- - Popular Songs of the Day
- - Songs and Music
- - War and Conflict
- - Progressive Era to New Era (1900-1929)
- - Politics and Government
- - Copyright: Carl Fischer, Inc., 1917, 1945.
- - John Philip Sousa's arrangement of the E.L. Gruber song, "The caissons go rolling along."
- - Cutout date: 10/31/1929.
- - Coupling date: 6/30/1920. (venue)
- - With (reverse side): Piccolo pie / Creatore and His Band. DLC
- - 50688-R Edison Diamond Disc (issue number)
- sound recording
- electronic resource
- sound disc
- 1 sound disc : analog, 80 rpm ; 10 in.
- Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
Library of Congress Control Number
- Edison Diamond Disc 50688-R
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Chicago citation style:
Sousa, John Philip, and New York Military Band. TheU.S. Field Artillery march. Edison, Orange, N.J, monographic, 1921. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/00694042/.
APA citation style:
Sousa, J. P. & New York Military Band. (1921) TheU.S. Field Artillery march. Edison, Orange, N.J, monographic. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/00694042/.
MLA citation style:
Sousa, John Philip, and New York Military Band. TheU.S. Field Artillery march. Edison, Orange, N.J, monographic, 1921. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/00694042/>.