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Army Blue Traditional Music Tune played by the United States Army Band at Military Graduation Ceremonies including Westpoint Military Academy.
The United States Army Band, also known as "Pershing's Own", is the premier musical organization of the United States Army, founded in 1922. Before 2002, the United States Army Band was the only Washington-based military band to have participated in a theater of foreign combat operations.
The Army Goes Rolling Along. B1. Fanfare "Processional". This variation lists Colonel Eugene W. Allen as Leader and Commander, and Captain Charles B. DuBose as Associate Bandmaster and Director The United States Army Herald Trumpets. 른 버전(1개 중1개) 모두 보기. 카탈로그 번호. United States Naval Academy Band. West Point On the March. US Military Academy Band. Rhino Hi-Five: Gordon Lightfoot - EP. Gordon Lightfoot.
The official page of the United States Army Europe (USAREUR) Band & Chorus I saw the band in the Plymouth Guildhall and their performance was inspirational plifting vocals of Ana Rodriguez singing Gershwins 'someone to watch over me' reduced most of the audience to tears. A truly phenomenal ensemble of exceptionally talented musicians. May 29. Всё нравится и желаю удачи и всем здоровья.
Army Blue is often used in ceremonies honoring graduates of the United States Military Academy (West Point). Armed Forces Medley is a medley of The Coast Guard, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Army Songs. The Army Goes Rolling Along. The official Army song. Army personnel will stand at attention and sing the lyrics of the Army song when the Army song is played. The trio to the march National Emblem is often used for the advancement of the National Colors during ceremonies, as well as for the entrance of the National Colors for indoor events. One Ruffle and Flourish, General's March. One Ruffle and Flourish followed by the General's March is used to provide musical honors to Brigadier (one star) Generals.
The United States Coast Guard Pipe Band is a 70-member pipe and drums band, organized into nine detachments which provide bagpipers and drummers for Coast Guard ship commissioning, change-of-command ceremonies, and funerals. Though a privately maintained and funded organization, it operates with special permission from the . Coast Guard that allows it to use the name "Coast Guard. Each of the six senior military colleges, as well as the . Merchant Marine Academy, maintain a cadet-staffed band for ceremonial support and performance at athletic events. The band of Norwich University, founded in 1819, is the oldest such group. The Texas A&M University Fightin' Texas Aggie Band is the largest military band in the United States with more than 350 members. Merchant Marine Academy is the only federal service academy not to have a co-located full-time ensemble.
The United States Army Band (Pershing's Own), the . Military Academy Band, and the . Army Air Corps Band were designated special bands - they performed at special ceremonies, concerts, parades and recruiting drives. Bands Play a Part in Korea. Army bands played a part in these conflicts by increasing morale for Soldiers and providing music for military ceremonies. Bands' duties were varied. For example, the 3rd Armored Division Band performed on the enemy side of a berm while the 24th Infantry Division advanced into Iraqi territory; and many bandsmen spent countless hours guarding the perimeter.
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United States Army Concert Band. United States Army Concert Band. Symphony No. 1 in G minor.
|A4||March-On "Cavalry Soldier"|
|A5||Ruffles And Flourishes|
|A7||Sound-Off "National Spirit"||2:24|
|A9||To The Color||0:36|
|A10||Inspection-"Hands Across The Sea"||1:54|
|A11||Advance The Colors-"National Emblem"||2:20|
|A12||The National Anthem||1:16|
|A13||Post The Colors-"You're A Grand Old Flag"||1:10|
|Pass In Review||(4:14)|
|A14.3||The Army Goes Rolling Along|
|B2||Ruffles & Flourishes And "Hail To The Chief"||0:44|
|B3||Ruffles & Flourishes And "Hail Columbia"||0:39|
|B4.9||To The Color||0:36|
|B4.11||Call To Quarters||0:22|
|B5||Abide With Me||1:36|
|B6||O God Of Loveliness||1:39|
|B7||The Vanished Army||3:18|
|B8||Fanfare - "Majestic"||0:43|
|B9||Finale: - "America The Beautiful||3:07|
|B10||Fanfare - "East To West"||0:48|
- Design – Master Sergeant Stanley Kline*
- Engineer – Master Sergeant Jerry Nedilsky*
- Leader – Colonel Eugene W. Allen*
- Music Director – Captain Charles B. DuBose*
- Photography By – Master Sergeant Leroy E. Sundberg*
- Producer – Major Allen C. Crowell, Jr.*
NotesThis variation lists Colonel Eugene W. Allen as Leader and Commander, and Captain Charles B. DuBose as Associate Bandmaster and Director The United States Army Herald Trumpets.
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