Dynamic and powerful! The glory and grandeur of our nation is ever present in this tremendous arrangement. Beauty abounds in both the choral, orchestral and optional trumpet parts. Guaranteed to
Here is the definitive patriotic armed forces tribute! It features the official songs of all five branches of the Armed Forces, plus The Pledge of Allegiance and The Star-Spangled
Originally published in 1976, this rousing setting of the patriotic standard will be especially effective with the optional parts for brass and percussion: three trumpets, two trombones, tuba, snare drum,
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Translated "out of many, one," this Latin phrase found on the Seal of the United States celebrates the diversity that is so much a part of the American journey. A contrasting lyric middle section provides
Truly a song that needs no introduction, we are proud to now offer this American standard in a stellar arrangement for men's voices. Ideal for both patriotic services and for community presentations, this
"Homeland, the country that I love, hold out your arms to me. I strive for you, and give you the best I hope to be." This soaring melody, Jupiter from "The Planets," is presented with all the
2014 marks the two-hundredth anniversary of the writing of our national anthem. Now choirs all across America can stand together in harmony and celebration with this arrangement based on the improvisation
A new offering from Russell Mauldin's Maestro series, and originally recorded by the Gaither Vocal Band, this includes both an SATB and a TTBB vocal arrangement. With an accompaniment CD also
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