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The Song of Liberty, or the March of Concord: A Favorite National Air : Dedicated to the Nations Weal

written and published by Cahill
Format
Musical Score; Online
Published
[Washington, D.C.] : B. Cahill, c1854.
Language
English
Uniform Title
Song of Liberty
Related Title
Hail columbia, valiant land.
Teach the tyrants, let them know.
March of Concord.
Description
[2] p. of music : ill. ; 33 cm.
Notes
  • Song; for voice and piano.
  • English words; 1st verse printed between the two lines of music and verses 2-4 printed as text following the music.
  • The melody is taken from the President's march by Philip Phile.
  • First line of text: Hail Columbia, valiant land.
  • First line of chorus: Teach the tyrants, let them know.
  • Illustration: a scene of the United States Capitol building / D. McLellan, Lith.
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M1 .S445 v.136 no.2