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9 thoughts on “ Hail Columbia - Princes Band - Patriotic Airs Medley Part I / Patriotic Airs Medley Part II (Shellac)

  1. Negar
    Jul 09,  · The United States Army Field Band 11,, views 50+ videos Play all Mix - Hail Columbia! with Lyrics; First American National Anthem - United States of America YouTube.
  2. Gronos
    Jul 02,  · A bit of patriotic music on the Victor "batwing" label and a 78RPM record. Performed by Harry Macdonough and the Hayden Quartet, with an orchestra backing th.
  3. Malar
    Item 2: Pryor's Band/Sousa's band, undated American Patriotic Airs (Hail Columbia, Columbus the Gem of the Ocean)/America, 10 in. disc, Victor: Item 3: Pryor's Band, undated Arms of America March, 10 in. disc, Victor: Composer: Pryor Item 4: Pryor's Band, undated National Emblem March/Lights Out March, 10 in. disc, Victor:
  4. Jutaur
    The story of Hail Columbia is an almost complete contrast with that of Yankee Doodle, the chief point in common being that the music preceded the portcicintucunewmostterrepekeenow.coinfo President’ss March, probably composed by Philip Phile, a Philadelphia violinist, was popular in within a year of its production. In an actor, Gilbert Fox, applied to Joseph Hopkinson, accomplished son of the talented Francis.
  5. Voodoojas
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Patriotic Airs Medley Part I / Patriotic Airs Medley Part II on Discogs.
  6. Maladal
    Hail Columbia. Lyrics: Joseph Hopkinson Tune: “The President's March” Philip Pfeil (Phile) [Download the mp3] Hail Columbia, happy land! Hail ye Heroes, heaven-born band, Who fought and bled in Freedom's cause, Who fought and bled in Freedom's cause, And when the storm of war was gone, Enjoy'd the peace your valor won! Let Independence be.
  7. Nele
    Hail Columbia "Hail, Columbia" is an American patriotic song. It was considered, with several other songs, one of the unofficial national anthems of the United States until , when "The Star-Spangled Banner" was officially named the national anthem.
  8. Brarr
    Let independence be our boast, Ever mindful what it cost; Ever grateful for Hail Columbia - Princes Band - Patriotic Airs Medley Part I / Patriotic Airs Medley Part II (Shella prize, Let its altar reach the skies. Chorus Firm, united let us be, Rallying round our liberty, As .
  9. Goltizuru
    Hail Columbia, happy land! Hail, ye heroes, heav'n born band The music for "Hail Columbia" was composed by Philip Phile (Pfeil), believed to be one of a number of German musicians who immigrated to the United States in its earliest years of independence. Its words were composed nine years later by Joseph Hopkinson, a Philadelphia Judge.

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