Item Number JRM17972-78. TITLE National Emblem March, Washington Grays March. Condition Used - Very Good. This item is sold "as-is" and is non-returnable. For details see disclaimer description below.
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National Emblem, also known as the National Emblem March, is an American march composed in 1902 and published in 1906 by Edwin Eugene Bagley. It is a standard of the . military uses the trio section as ceremonial music for the entry of the ceremony's official party He became frustrated with the ending, and tossed th. .
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. Retreat signals the ceremony that pays honors to the national flag when it is lowered in the evening.
A march, as a musical genre, is a piece of music with a strong regular rhythm which in origin was expressly written for marching to and most frequently performed by a military band. In mood, marches range from the moving death march in Wagner's Götterdämmerung to the brisk military marches of John Philip Sousa and the martial hymns of the late 19th century.
Wedding March from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (1890 - Historic Recording). 6. Washington Post (1892 - Historic Recording). National Emblem (1914 - Historic Recording). Washington Grays (1973 Recording). Country Band March (1998 Recording).
|A||National Emblem March
Written-By – E. E. Bagley*
|B||Washington Grays March
Written-By – Grafulla*
|A1025||Prince's Band||National Emblem / Washington Grays (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||A1025||US||1911|
|A1025||Standard Band||National Emblem March / Washington Grays March (Shellac, 10")||United Record||A1025||US||Unknown|
|A1025||Prince's Band||National Emblem / Washington Grays (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||A1025||US||Unknown|