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1776. A Salute to Independence Day. John O'Neill.

Translation

1776. A Salute to Independence Day. John O'Neill.

Original

1776. A Salute to Independence Day composed by John O'Neill. For concert band. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Duration "2 minutes, 50 seconds". Published by Imagine Music - Digital. IZ.CBS134. "Composer's Notes. July 4, 1812. or 1776. Every Fourth of July, dozens, perhaps hundreds of concerts are brought to a conclusion with a performance of Tchaikovsky’s ""1812 Overture. "" An exciting piece of music, yes. Appropriate to celebrate the date in history when we notified the British they were no longer welcome here. After all, it was written to commemorate the Russian victory over our good friends and allies, the French. If France had not sent General Lafayette to America, we might be singing ""God Save the Queen"" today instead of the ""Star Spangled Banner. "" 1812 was the year that Dolly Madison rose to fame by rescuing paintings from the White House as the British were setting it on fire. Not a good year for our fledgling democracy. As an alternative, I offer ""1776. A Salute to Independence Day."" Bombs bursting in air, fireworks galore, and 100% American. ""1776"" was originally written for the Reno Philharmonic and received several performances at the annual Fourth of July concerts. Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play. View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. Use our iPad app to view your digital sheet music on the go. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application.

Translation

1776. A Salute to Independence Day composed by John O'Neill. For concert band. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Duration "2 minutes, 50 seconds". Published by Imagine Music - Digital. IZ.CBS134. "Composer's Notes. July 4, 1812. or 1776. Every Fourth of July, dozens, perhaps hundreds of concerts are brought to a conclusion with a performance of Tchaikovsky’s ""1812 Overture. "" An exciting piece of music, yes. Appropriate to celebrate the date in history when we notified the British they were no longer welcome here. After all, it was written to commemorate the Russian victory over our good friends and allies, the French. If France had not sent General Lafayette to America, we might be singing ""God Save the Queen"" today instead of the ""Star Spangled Banner. "" 1812 was the year that Dolly Madison rose to fame by rescuing paintings from the White House as the British were setting it on fire. Not a good year for our fledgling democracy. As an alternative, I offer ""1776. A Salute to Independence Day."" Bombs bursting in air, fireworks galore, and 100% American. ""1776"" was originally written for the Reno Philharmonic and received several performances at the annual Fourth of July concerts. Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play. View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. Use our iPad app to view your digital sheet music on the go. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application.