Marching Song

Some articles on marching song, song, marching, songs:

Marching Song Of The First Arkansas - Sojourner Truth's Version
... Sojourner Truth's version of the song, “The Valiant Soldiers,” which appears in the 1878, 1881, and 1884 editions of her Narrative, is almost identical to Silber's edition of the “Marching ... for the war.” Stanzas six and eight are found only in the “Marching Song.” In the post-Civil War editions of Truth's Narrative, “The Valiant Soldiers” is introduced by this ... as abolitionism, women's suffrage and temperance, often including songs in her presentations ...
British Union Of Fascists - Character - Marching Song
... of the dead battalions, Of those who fell that Britain might be great, Join in our song, for they still march in spirit with us, And urge us on to gain the fascist state! Join in our song, for they still march in ...
Marching Song Of The First Arkansas
... Marching Song of the First Arkansas Colored Regiment" is one of the few Civil War-era songs inspired by the lyrical structure of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" and the tune of "John Brown's Body" that is still ... The "Marching Song" has been described as "a powerful early statement of black pride, militancy, and desire for full equality, revealing the aspirations of black soldiers for ... An almost identical song, “The Valiant Soldiers,” is attributed to Sojourner Truth in post-Civil War editions of her Narrative ...
The Battle Hymn Of The Republic - Influence - Other Songs Set To This Tune
... The University of Georgia's fight song, “Glory Glory to Old Georgia,” is based on the patriotic tune, and has been sung at American college football games since 1909 ... Other college teams also use songs set to the same tune ... "Glory Colorado" has been a fight song at the University of Colorado (Boulder) for more than one hundred years ...
Marching Song Of The First Arkansas - Recordings
... were issued based on his version, one by Pete Seeger and Bill MacAdoo on the album Songs of the Civil War, released by Folkways Records in 1960 ... Tennessee Ernie Ford recorded the second on the album Tennessee Ernie Ford Sings Civil War Songs of the North, released by Capitol Records in 1961 ... The Seeger-MacAdoo folk song version includes three verses, and Ford's gospel quartet version includes four ...

Famous quotes containing the words song and/or marching:

    Half of my life is gone, and I have let
    The years slip from me and have not fulfilled
    The aspiration of my youth, to build
    Some tower of song with lofty parapet.
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1809–1882)

    A torchlight procession marching down your throat.
    John Louis O’Sullivan (1813–1895)