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A Tribute To The Armed Services
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A Tribute To The Armed Services

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format TTBB
Arranger Lloyd Larsen
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Church Choral
Catalog # 34808

Price: $1.95

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A Tribute To The Armed Services Arranged by Lloyd Larsen. For TTBB. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 34808, UPC: 038081386782)

"A Tribute to the Armed Services" is the only complete medley of official U.S. Military songs/hymns. Using "The Army Goes Rolling Along," "Marine Corps Hymn," "Semper Paratus" (Coast Guard), "Anchors Aweigh" (Navy), and "The U.S. Air Force," Lloyd Larson has created the ultimate anthem of patriotism and homage to our service men and women, past and present. Incorporating "America the Beautiful" as the finale, this medley is ideal for patriotic services, Independence Day, Memorial Day, and civic/school programs. Now available in this thrilling TTBB voicing!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Anchors Aweigh  
Semper Paratus Always Ready Boskerck,Capt. Fran  
U.S. Air Force,The  
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