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He Was a Soldier From the U.S.A.: (Fighting for His Native Land.)

Words by J. Fred Lawton ; music by Howard Kocian ; suggestions by C.L. Cooke
Format
Musical Score
Published
St. Louis : Buck & Lowney, c1914.
Language
English
Description
1 vocal score (5, [1] p.) ; 35 cm.
Notes
  • Title from caption title.
  • For voice and piano.
  • "Respectfully dedicated 'To the men who are fighting across the sea, To the woman who weeps and waits, To the land of peace and the home of the free, To our own United States'" -- Cover.
  • Cover design: red, white and blue shield inscribed "Peace" at top of 3 vignettes: battle scene involving both cavalry and infantry units, with 7 different flags represented; a dying soldier beside a canon; a mother and sweetheart sitting together and weeping as they read their mail.
  • First line of text: On a crowded pier, as the night drew near, stood a woman bent in years.
  • First line of chorus: He was a soldier from the U.S.A. fighting for his native land.
  • Advertisement for "the famous 'true blue' song 'Laddie'" on p. [6]
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Bruccoli Great War Collection. Gift of Matthew J. Bruccoli, 1995.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
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    a| Title from caption title.
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    a| For voice and piano.
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    a| "Respectfully dedicated 'To the men who are fighting across the sea, To the woman who weeps and waits, To the land of peace and the home of the free, To our own United States'" -- Cover.
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    a| Cover design: red, white and blue shield inscribed "Peace" at top of 3 vignettes: battle scene involving both cavalry and infantry units, with 7 different flags represented; a dying soldier beside a canon; a mother and sweetheart sitting together and weeping as they read their mail.
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    a| First line of chorus: He was a soldier from the U.S.A. fighting for his native land.
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    a| Advertisement for "the famous 'true blue' song 'Laddie'" on p. [6]
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