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Armed Forces The Pride of America
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Armed Forces The Pride of America

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format TTBB
Arranger Gilpin/Clark
Publisher Carl Fischer, Llc
Catalog # CM8976

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Armed Forces The Pride of America Arranged by Gilpin/Clark. For TTBB. Published by Carl Fischer, Llc. (Catalog # CM8976, UPC: 798408060770)

Here is the definitive version of a patriotic musical armed forces tribute. With the official songs from all five service branches of the armed forces in addition to the Pledge of Allegiance and the Star Span-gled Banner; Armed Forces - The Pride of America! most certainly speaks to everyone who is proud to be an American. Beautifully woven together with classic march melodies, this arrangement even invited audience participation. All parts are written to be easily performed, requiring little rehearsal or preparation to create a thrilling concert experience. Designed to be presented independently by band, orchestra and chorus in any voicing, all versions of this medley can also be performed together. Concerts including instrumental ensembles and chorus always create dramatic results, but all combinations of this work will be an excellent addition to your patriotic program.

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