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Title: Armed Forces The Pride of America
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Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Carl Fischer, Llc
Catalog #: CPS61
Grade: Medium Easy
Series: Concert Performance Price: $90.00
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Ideal for any spring or patriotic program, Armed Forces - The Pride of America is arranged for band; 2, 3, or 4-part choir; and strings (included in band set), or for any combination or individual group. One of the few arrangements to include the songs of all 5 of the armed forces branches (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, AND Coast Guard), each theme is introduced by narration ideal for letting service members know when to stand or come down front to be recognized. Upon the completion of the armed forces songs, the audience is asked to recite the Pledge of Allegiance over a brief instrumental statement from America, the Beautiful. This leads directly into the Star-Spangled Banner as the ultimate ending to a powerful piece. Honor members of the armed services with distinction with this amazing arrangement!
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