This military march had its beginning as a poem. Robert Planquette set the poem to music when he was only 19 but sold his rights to a publisher when he was in financial distress. Because of its popularity several composers have held claim to the composition. It is a stirring military march that has found favor the world over especially with military units. Several colleges use versions for field shows. This edition closely follows the 1937 arrangement of J. S. Seredy being updated for todays instrumentation.
Robert Planquette / D. Appler - Diana Appler
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