A perfect piece any time of year to honor the USA and to recognize audience members who currently serve or have served our nation through military service. The piece begins with the familiar My Country
Spanning U.S. history from the revolutionary days to the first part of the 20th century, this medley begins with Yankee Doodle, originally a British march with lyrics that taunted the Colonies but
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As a poem, Lift Every Voice and Sing was originally performed for Booker T. Washington in 1900. Later set to music, it is sometimes called the "African-American National Anthem." This setting
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