How will you celebrate America's Independence Day? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we’ll play "Fourth of July" with music by George Cohan, Woody Guthrie, John Williams, and John Philip Sousa, all right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
- Field Music of the US Army/Marching Tune Anonymous & Edward Bangs Eastman Wind Ensemble, Frederick Fennell You're a Grand Old Flag George Cohan US Air Force Concert Band God and Country William Himes Brass of the Potomac, Stephen Bulla Letters from the Heartland - II. Knee High by the 4th Wendell Yuponce University of Nevada, Las Vegas Wind Symphony,
The Ballad of the Green Berets SSgt. Barry Sadler & Robin Moore Band of the Grenadier Guards, Rodney Bashford Marching Song of Democracy Percy Grainger, ed. Keith Brion US Marine Band & The Choral Arts Society of
Washington, Colonel Michael J. Colburn Fanfare for Freedom Morton Gould US Coast Guard Band, Commander Lewis J. Buckley American Patrol Frank W. Meacham Eastman Wind Ensemble, Frederick Fennell This Land is Your Land Woody Guthrie The US Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants Home on the Range Daniel E. Kelley, arr. James Barnes Dallas Brass The Cowboys John Williams Dallas Brass The Tender Land: The Promise of Living Aaron Copland Dallas Wind Symphony & Turtle Creek Chorale,
Timothy Seelig (Turtle Creek Chorale) The Stars and Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa University of Michigan Symphony Band,
H. Robert Reynolds