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United States Air Force Band - America! flac album

United States Air Force Band - America! flac album

Performer: United States Air Force Band
Title: America!
Style: Vocal Music
Duration: 50:09
Relesed: September 7, 1999
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 855
Other formats: AAC AIFF XM MMF VOC MOD

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 This Land Is Your Land Woody Guthrie United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 2:49
2 The Stars and Stripes Forever, march for band John Philip Sousa United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 3:42
3 America the Beautiful (original title "Materna") Katherine Lee Bates / Samuel A. Ward United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 3:54
4 American Salute, for orchestra Morton Gould United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 4:18
5 Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, song (from "Miss Liberty") Irving Berlin / Emma Lazarus United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 2:50
6 Armed Forces Medley for orchestra United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 3:28
7 This Is My Country Al Jacobs / Don Raye United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 3:30
8 George M Cohan Medley George M. Cohan United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 3:48
9 Revolutionary Etude, for choir & band Robert Russell Bennett United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 5:15
10 Northern Lights, for choir & band Robert Russell Bennett United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 8:10
11 The Battle Hymn of the Republic ("Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory," words by Julia Ward Howe; music attributed to Steffe) Julia Ward Howe United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 4:39
12 The Air Force Medley, for chorus & band United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 2:31
13 The Star-Spangled Banner (National Anthem, USA), for orchestra & voice/chorus, ad lib Francis Scott Key / John Stafford Smith United States Air Force Band feat: U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants 1:15

Credits

Katherine Lee Bates - Composer
Robert Russell Bennett - Composer
Irving Berlin - Composer
George M. Cohan - Composer
Ron Coker - Executive Producer
Michael Davis - Arranger, Music Editor
Carmen Dragon - Arranger
Percy Faith - Arranger
Bill Farrar - Art Direction
Morton Gould - Composer
Woody Guthrie - Composer
Julia Ward Howe - Composer
Al Jacobs - Composer
Francis Scott Key - Composer
Philip J. Lang - Arranger
Emma Lazarus - Composer
Randy LeRoy - Digital Remastering
Al McCree - Executive Producer
Don Raye - Composer
Roy Ringwald - Arranger
United States Air Force Singing Sergeants - Ensemble, Vocal Ensemble
John Stafford Smith - Composer
John Philip Sousa - Composer
United States Air Force Band - Ensemble, Primary Artist
U.S. Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants - Primary Artist
Robert Walters - Arranger
Samuel A. Ward - Composer
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