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USA PATRIOTIC MIDI SONGS

America
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aka "My Country 'Tis Of Thee"
aka "God Save The King"
aka "God Save The Queen"

Sequenced By MTA
The Lyrics

America
16kb - 2.01mpt
aka "My Country 'Tis Of Thee"
aka "God Save The King"
aka "God Save The Queen"

Sequenced By Bill Basham - Diversified Software Research
The Lyrics
A Picture Worth A Million Words!

America
aka "They're Coming To America"
"As Written & Performed By Neil Diamond"
Used As A Soundtrack In The Movie
"The Jazz Singer"

45kb - 3.36mpt
Sequenced By Peter Wolmarans - 1998

América, América
43kb - 3.50mpt
A Beautiful Song As Performed By Nino Bravo
In A Latin-Balada Style

Sequenced By Unknown

America The Beautiful
35kb - 5.47mpt
Written By Katherine Lee Bates In 1893
Her Final Version Was Completed In 1913

Sequenced By George Cadero

America The Beautiful
08kb - 2.55mpt
Sequenced By Unknown

America The Beautiful
21kb - 2.57mpt
(As Arranged By Carmen Dragon And Performed By The Capitol Symphony Orchestra)
Sequenced By Robert C. Goodyear
© 2002

America The Beautiful
38kb - 1.51mpt
Sequenced By Frank "Grandpa" Schober

American Patrol
28kb - 3.56mpt
A Favorite Military March From
The World War II Era

Original Music Composed By
"F. W. Meacham"

Sequenced By Gary Rogers

New
American Salute
122kb - 4.28mpt
Another Favorite Patriotic Song From
The World War II Era

Original Music Composed By
"Morton Gould In 1942"

Sequenced By George H. Pollen - 2002
(Posted 05'23'09)

Ballad Of The Green Berets
40kb - 2.03mpt
W&M By Barry Sadler & Robert "Robin" Moore
A #1 Hit For SSgt. Barry Sadler In 1966 And Was Billboards Top Song Of The Year
And Is Included On His 1966 Album:

"The Ballad's Of The Green Berets"
Which Became A #1 Pop Album & A #1 Country Album The Same Year And The Song Was Also Used As The Main Theme In The 1968 Film:
"The Green Berets"
Starring John Wayne
Sequenced By Bob Barnes

Battle Cry Of Freedom
(See "Rally Around The Flag" Further Down This List)

Call To The Post
"aka Assembly Of The Buglers"
"aka First Call"
01kb - 0.0628mpt
An American Military Services Bugle Call Dating Back To The Civil War.  This Signal Is Used To Call All The Buglers To Gather;  It Is Also The First Call Of The Camp Day (Between 4:45 & 6:00 A.M.) And The Signal To Wake Up, Wash
And Get Ready For The Morning Roll Call

Also Now Used At The Beginning Of Most Horse Races

Sequenced By Unknown

Eternal Father, Strong To Save
"aka The U. S. Navy Hymn"
"aka The Royal Navy Hymn"
"aka The Navy Hymn"
04kb - 0.52mpt
Original Words By William Whiting Of Winchester, England In 1860
With Music Added By John Bacchus Dykes From His Tune "Melita" In 1861

Sequenced By Jun Arisaka

Forty Hour Week
As Performed By The Country Music Group Alabama

A Tune Composed To Give Tribute To The
Blue Collar Workers Of America And Becoming A Favorite Labor Day Song

39kb - 3.17mpt - Mid/Kar
W&M By Dave Loggins, Don Schlitz & Lisa Silver
Sequenced By Ron Tilden

God Bless America
07kb - 1.36mpt
W&M By Irving Berlin In 1918
Sequenced By Phil Smith
The Lyrics

God Bless America Again
23kb - 3.06mpt - Mid/Kar
W&M By Bobby Bare & Boyce Hawkins In 1969
Sequenced By Unknown

God Bless The USA
aka "Proud To Be An American"
As Performed By Lee Greenwood

15kb - 2.48mpt
Sequenced By Les Herrman-1993

Hail To The Chief
aka "The Presidential March"
"Composed By Sir Walter Scott As "Lady Of The Lake" And Some Verses From It Were Set To Music By Songwriter James Sanderson, Circa 1810 And Is Believed To Be First Associated With A President In 1815"
"The First Documented Performance For The President Was July 4, 1828 When
The Marine Band Played It For John Quincy Adams At The Groundbreaking
Of The Chesapeake And Ohio Canal"

19kb - 1.25mpt
This File Sequenced And Provided
By The Courtesy Of
Bill Basham

Diversified Software Research

From The Halls Of Montezuma
24kb - 1.07mpt
"aka The Marine Hymn"
Sequenced By Jim Huff

In America
The Charlie Daniels Band
72kb - 3.14mpt
Original Music Composed By
"Charlie Daniels And Other Members Of The Band"

Sequenced By Gary Rogers

Letters From Home
John Michael Montgomery
A Nostalgic, Sentimental And Patriotic Tune
That Has A Big Meaning To All Of Our Military Men And Women

96kb - 4.25mpt
W&M By David Lee & Tony Lane
Sequenced By Ron Tilden

Liberty Bell March
63kb - 2.04mpt
Original Music Composed By
"John Philip Sousa - 1893"

Sequenced By Jerry A. Enfield

Off We Go Into The Wild Blue Yonder
26kb - 2.25mpt
The Original Title Was "Army Air Corps Song"
As Originally Composed By Captain Robert MacArthur Crawford In 1939
The Real Name Of The Song Is Now Officially The "U. S. Air Force"

aka "Into The Wild Blue Yonder"
aka "The Air Force Song"
aka "Wild Blue Yonder"
Sometimes Erroneously Named Air Force Blue On The Net But This Is A Different Song
Sequenced By Mark R. Weston

Only In America
Jay & The Americans
28kb - 2.25mpt
Original Music Composed By
"Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Cynthia Weil And Barry Mann"

Sequenced By Deb Ackley

Over There
17kb - 1.12mpt
A Great Old Favorite, Inspirational
Orchestral Pop And American Popular Song Dating Back To World War One

"The American Quartet" First Recorded The Song In 1917 And It Was A #1 Hit For Them The Same Year And It Is Considered A Top 365 Song Of The 20'th Century
Original Words & Music Composed By George M. Cohen In 1917
(His Name Is Sometimes Spelled Cohan)

(1878-1942)
Sequenced By James K. "Jim" Taylor
In 1942 George Was Awarded The Congressional Medal Of Honor For The War Tune

Rally Round The Flag
(Solo Guitar Version)
05kb - 3.23mpt

aka Rally 'Round The Flag, Boys

aka The Battle-Cry Of Freedom
A Civil War Tune

Original Words & Music Composed By George F. Root In 1861
Sequenced By Gerald B. Ross - 1997

Rally Round The Flag
(Bandoneon Version)
27kb - 4.21mpt

aka Rally 'Round The Flag, Boys

aka The Battle-Cry Of Freedom
A Civil War Tune

Original Words & Music Composed By George F. Root In 1861
Sequenced By Barry Taylor - 1999
The Lyrics

Semper Fidelis
aka The Marine Corps Anthem

41kb - 2.23mpt
Original Music Composed By
"John Philip Sousa - 1888"

Sequenced By Mark. R. Weston

Semper Paratus (Always Ready)
aka The Coast Guard Anthem
30kb - 1.57mpt
Words By Captain Francis Saltus Van Boskerck, USCG In 1922 And
He Added The Music In 1927

Sequenced By Mark. R. Weston
(Some History Of The Song)
(08/14/08 URL Updated)

Stars And Stripes Forever
Composed By John Philip Sousa In 1896

Classical Version
129kb - 3.34mpt
Sequenced By Douglas "Doug" Gaynor
aka "Rhino"

Marching Band Version
45kb - 3.23mpt
Sequenced By Woody Higginbotham

Piano Version
16kb - 2.49mpt
Sequenced By John Cowles

Play The Song With The Lyrics

Taps
14kb - 1.21mpt
This Version Has Instrumentation As Adapted From Tattoo
By General Daniel Adams Butterfield In 1862
(1831-1901)

(Lyrics Composed By Unknown)

Sequenced By Benjamin R. Tubb - 2000
Information About The Tune

Taps
3kb - 1.08mpt
This Version Has A Rifle Squad, Percussion And Echo

Sequenced By Unknown

The Battle Hymn Of The Republic
13kb - 1.53mpt
A Civil War Tune In A Bluegrass Style
Words By Julia Ward Howe In 1862

Sequenced By R. G. Allen

The Battle Hymn Of The Republic
13kb - 4.16mpt
A Civil War Tune In A Church Music Style
Words By Julia Ward Howe In 1862

Sequenced By Pastor Mark A. Eckert

The Battle Hymn Of The Republic
30kb - 1.58mpt
A Stirring, Sammy Nestico, Progressive Big Band Arrangement Of The Old Civil War Tune
Words By Julia Ward Howe In 1862

Sequenced By Gary Wachtel

The Battle Hymn Of The Republic
106kb - 2.51mpt
An Upbeat MIDI Version Of The Old Favorite Tune Sequenced By
Frank When He Was 79 Years Old!

Sequenced By Frank "Grandpa" Schober

The Caissons Go Rolling Along
aka "The Army Goes Rolling Along"
"aka The Army Anthem"
"aka The Official U.S. Army Song"
26kb - 1.31mpt
This File Sequenced And Provided
By The Courtesy Of
Bill Basham

Diversified Software Research
This Song Was Originally Composed By Brig. Gen. Edmund L. "Snitz" Gruber, And Six Young Lieutenants Including William Bryden and Robert Danford In 1908 During World War I And Was Original Titled
"The Caisson Song"
During the last days of World War I, senior artillery leaders wanted an official marching song.  An artillery officer who did not know Gruber and thought
"The Caisson Song" dated back to the Civil War, gave the piece to noted composer and bandmaster
John Philip Sousa and asked him to fix it up.
Sousa incorporated Gruber's piece into his composition, which he titled,
"The U.S. Field Artillery March" - a few beginning measures being his own and the balance from Gruber.

See United States Field Artillery March Below

The Great Defenders
58kb - 2.57mpt
As Recorded By Lee Greenwood In 1992

W&M By Dan Bradley & Joanne Bradley
Sequenced By Ron Tilden

The Star Spangled Banner
34kb - 4.27mpt
The USA National Anthem
Sequenced By Bill Basham - Diversified Software Research
The Lyrics

The Star Spangled Banner
32kb - 1.21mpt
The USA National Anthem
Sequenced By Gary Wachtel

The Lyrics

The Washington Post
14kb - 2.29mpt
Original Music Composed By
John Philip Sousa In 1889

Sequenced By Dr. ChartChai MeeSangNin
© 2000

There's A Star Spangled Banner
Waving Somewhere

As Performed By Elton Britt

W&M By Bob Miller, Shelby Darnell & Paul Roberts

25kb - 2.30mpt
Country Music's Biggest Hit During The World War II Era
Sequenced By Dick Anderson

This Is America
An Original Composition & MIDI Sequence By Walt Perko

© 1991

13kb - 3.40mpt
To Get The MP3 Version And More Information About The Song
See My MP3 & REAL AUDIO - LINKS ONLY
Section Toward The Bottom Of This Page

This Is My Country
Performed By Various Artists

W&M By Al Jacobs & Don Raye
13kb - 1.20mpt
Sequenced By Jim Taylor
You Might Be A True American If:

This Land Is Your Land
Performed By Various Artists

W&M By Woodie Guthrie
11kb - 1.24mpt
Sequenced By Bob Sorem
© 2000

Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree
A Massive Hit For Tony Orlando & Dawn In 1973, Becoming The Top-Selling Single Of The Year And Becoming A Very Patriotic Tune And Symbol Of Loyalty In 1981 During The Iranian Hostage Crisis
Performed By Various Other Artists In Many Music Styles

Composed By Russell Brown & Irwin Levine
26kb - 3.33mpt - Mid/Kar
Sequenced By Dr. ChartChai MeeSangNin
© 2001

To The Colors
01kb - .40mpt
A Bugle Call Instrumental

Sequenced By Unknown

Under The Double Eagle
41kb - 3.20mpt
A Favorite March All Over The World

Sequenced By Unknown - RW By James C. Liaw
Please See My Classical Page For More Details Of The Song

United States Field Artillery March
aka "U.S. Field Artillery March"
72kb - 2.19mpt
Sequenced By Woody Higginbotham & Reworked By Jerry A. Enfield
Composed By John Philip Sousa Toward The End Of World War I (1917)
Also See The Caissons Go Rolling Along Above!

When The Saints Go Marchin' In
25kb - 2.02mpt
There Might Be Some Controversy On Whether
This Is Really A Patriotic Tune But
It Is A Great Favorite, Old Traditional, Gospel Song
Made Famous In New Orleans, Louisiana
By The Dixieland Jazz, And Swing Bands
In The 30's & 40's

Sequenced By Don Carroll

Yankee Doodle
aka "Yankee Doodle Boy"
aka "Yankee Doodle Dandy"
15kb - 1.58mpt
It Is Said There Are Over 190 Versions Of
The Lyrics To This Favorite Old USA Traditional Folk Ballad And
March Dating Back To The Early 1750's

Sequenced By Barry Taylor

You're A Grand Ole Flag
24kb - 1.06mpt
A Great Old Favorite, Gay 90's, Traditional,
Orchestral Pop Tune And Soundtrack

Original Music Composed By
"George M. Cohen - Sometimes Spelled Cohan"

(1878-1942)
Sequenced By Bill Basham-1997
"Diversified Software Research"